Software Solutions Associates, LLC
January 5, 2016
Kathleen M. Cossette | MN, DHS Certified Peer Specialist; Certified Wellness Facilitator; Health and Wellness Teacher
Turn off all electronic equipment and dim the lights a minimum of 30 minutes before bed; a full hour is best. The experts say it takes that long for the brain to calm down from outside stimuli.
Question: But what in the world will do I for thirty minutes to an hour?
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