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Sleep Deprivation

Sleep deprivation and sleep disorders are estimated to cost Americans over $100 billion annually in lost productivity, medical expenses, sick leave, and property and environmental damage (National Sleep Foundation).

Are YOU getting the sleep you need to function at your best each day? Give sleep the priority it deserves by exploring the solutions found on this page.

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Sleep Hygiene Pamphlet

 

 

 

Sleep On, Trojans!

Sleep Hygiene

Could you use more quality sleep?

The resources on this page will provide you with information and exercises to help you improve your quality of sleep and overall life.

Think about it, better sleep can increase your energy, health, and mood. Sleep plays a vital role in good health and wellbeing throughout your life. Getting enough quality sleep can help protect your mental health, physical health, quality of life, and safety.

Sleep Hygiene Handouts, by Category

Track Your Sleep

Sleep Log

SleepBot App Information

Nutrition

Drink This To Improve Sleep

Eat This To Stay Awake

Foods for Better Sleep

Foods that Do Not Improve Your Sleep

Shift Workers

How to Manage Shift Work and Your Social Life

How Shift Work Affects Our Sleep

Tips for Shift Workers to Improve Their Sleep

Tips for Healthy Eating and Exercising When Working Shifts

Tips To Help Manage Your Shift Work Schedule

Tips to Help Shift Workers Nap More Effectively

Tips for Better Sleep

10 Tips for a Good Night’s Rest

Bedside Check List

Healthy Sleeping Tips

How to Cope with Jet Lag

Quick Strategies to Fall Asleep

Quick Strategies to Stay Awake

Relationships and Sleep

Relaxation Exercises for Falling Asleep

Sleep Tips for Pregnant Women

Tips for Sleeping During the Day

Sleep Deprivation

What Is Sleep Deprivation?

Fatigue and Drowsiness While Driving

Most Common Sleep Disorders

Sleep Deprivation Health Problems

Sleep Deprivation in the Age of Electronics

Typical Signs of Insufficient Sleep

What is Sleep Debt?

Sleep Hygiene / Health

Do’s and Don’ts for Sleep Hygiene

Where to Begin for Better Sleep

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Stages of Change

The Stages of Change

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USC Sleep Center

The USC Sleep Disorders Center offers comprehensive outpatient and inpatient sleep disorders evaluation. Individuals who would benefit from a comprehensive sleep evaluation are those with sleep irregularities manifested by symptoms or signs such as:

  • Excessive daytime sleepiness
  • Excessive snoring
  • Witnessed apneas
  • Morning headaches
  • Insomnia and abnormal nocturnal movements or behaviors

The sleep disorders evaluation begins with a thorough history and physical examination, and if indicated, preparations are made for a formal sleep study. The program offers:

  • Attended Standard Sleep Studies
  • CPAP Titration Sleep Studies
  • Multiple Sleep Latency Studies

All studies are performed with state-of-the-art equipment. Contact: 800-USC-CARE (800-872-2273)