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5 Ways to Manage Excessive Daytime Sleepiness

Sleep is just as important part of a healthy lifestyle as diet and exercise. Many people get less than six hours of sleep due to their busy lifestyles. This results in sleep deprivation and excessive daytime sleepiness, both of which can be harmful to your health in the long run.

Sleepiness can be caused by sleep apnea, a condition which should be diagnosed by your doctor. Fortunately, you can manage excessive sleepiness–without reaching for an energy drink.

Tips to Minimize Excessive Sleepiness

The quickest way to nip sleepiness in the bud is to modify your daily routine to allow you to get more sleep. Other ways to naturally manage excessive sleepiness include the following:

Should You See a Doctor?

If excessive daytime sleepiness is still a problem even after trying all or some these tips, see your doctor or a qualified sleep specialist to rule out sleep apnea. They can help to determine the cause of your sleepiness as well as give you an appropriate course of treatment.

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