The #1 tool ALL my patients use for better sleep

One of the best ways to improve your sleep is by keeping a sleep journal. All you need is paper and a pen! By keeping a basic sleep journal, you can learn a lot about how you’re sleeping and what changes you may need to make.

In this video, sleep expert Dr. Michael Breus explains why sleep diaries are so important to his work with patients, how to keep a basic sleep diary, and what changes you can make based on the information you learn. Download a simple, free sleep diary right here:

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0:00 The importance of keeping a sleep journal
0:42 The information in a typical sleep diary
2:39 Establishing a baseline
3:58 The first change to make
4:42 Creating a consistent bedtime
5:16 Sleep restriction
6:36 How long does it take to make a habit change?

😴 Michael Breus, Ph.D., is a double board-certified clinical psychologist and sleep expert. He's been in practice since 1999 and helped thousands of patients improve their sleep. Dr. Breus has written five books on sleep and conducted over 1,000 interviews to the press and public.

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5 Comments

  1. This is totally wrong, really bad advice. Subjective personal memory is worthless. I started using a Fitbit tracker and it gives vastly better information. You can get one for $100 or less, and if you have a sleep problem and won’t spend even that, you’re a fool.

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