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4 Tips to Help You Sleep Better

Do you have trouble sleeping? Sometimes lupus can affect your sleep. With the pain, medication, and extreme fatigue, sleep can evade us. There are a few ways to help you sleep a little better. Sleep is essential to better health on this lupus journey. Incorporating some healthy habits can help to better sleep and lessen flares.

Here are some ways you can incorporate them into your daily sleep patterns.

  1. Create a routine
  2. Make a comfortable sleeping space
  3. Incorporate soothing smells
  4. Eat healthy and move your body

What ways work for you to sleep a little better? Let us know in the comments.

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