Do any of you consider this misleading? I know CPAP can reduce the number of arousals during the night and stop the snoring which probably helps your bed partner more than you. I consider good sleep a comodity- obviously the sleep center does to, hence their sign. I think the majority, or at least some insomniacs need more help than CPAP. There are popular books that aim to improve your sleep and these seem to be mostly about proper sleep hygiene. Sleep hygiene is is a lot more complicated than it sounds. It means looking at your whole day not just the hour before bedtime. You may need to give up coffee, tea or chocalate early in the day. You may need to start exercising enough to be physically tired at night, but you don't want to exercise just before bed. You certainly give up worrying in bed. Maybe you give up TV, or the computer before bed (and take up reading "War and Peace") to reduce the light hitting your retina.
I go to bed early because my partner has to get up at 2:30AM most mornings. We relax in a darkened room, but do have the TV on. It took me awhile to get used to the TV being on, especially when we didn't have the timer (I know I could have added a timer- just lazy.). I walk my dog a couple of times a day and try to be out for 45 minutes to an hour each time. It's very gentle exercise as he likes to stop and smell. If I get our in the yard and rake or mow or do housework it is a relatively good, active day. I sleep about nine hours on a good night and wake to my dog touching me on the arm.
How do the rest of y'all sleep, what is your pre-bed ritual, your sleep hygiene? Do any of you consider the sleep center's sign to be misleading?