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Try a Relaxing Bedtime Routine!

April 18, 2024

Are you having a hard time sleeping lately? Your bedtime routine signals to your body that it’s time to unwind and sleep! A bedtime routine can help you sleep earlier, faster, and longer. 

Try some of these ideas! 

-Turning off screens for 30 minutes to 1 hour before bed.  

-Drink herbal teas 

-Read a book 





Anything goes, as long as it is relaxing and soothing. The goal is to unwind!  

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Video Description:

The post has a video thumbnail with blue shading overlaid. The top middle has “A bedtime routine is important!” in white text with a rose background. In the video: there is a young woman with brown curly hair in a ponytail wearing pajamas. She carries a book and a pink mug. She is snuggled up in a bed with orange striped comforters and pillows with a cream-colored crocheted blanket on the bottom and cream-colored sheets.  


[The woman gets into bed. She says nothing, she is just going through the motions of a bedtime routine. The text above reads:] Your bedtime routine can help improve your sleep. Pick small habits to help your body know when it’s time to unwind. Here are some ideas for your bedtime routine. Turn off screens for about 30 minutes to 1 hour. Drink herbal teas. Read a book, journal, or meditate. Baths or stretching can also help improve sleep and relaxation. A bedtime routine can help you sleep earlier, faster, and longer. [She gets out of bed. The lights turn off] Sleep tight. [The screen fades to show a thumbnail of a faded white background of a doctor holding hands with another individual] Deaf. Healthy. DeafHealth. Learn more at]

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