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    • Find out how food, alcohol, and stress affect your sleep
    • Recognize what helps you get good quality sleep
    • Learn what tends to disrupt your sleep
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    Daily Sleep Summary (Ideal Range is 7–8 hours)

    Daily Sleep Summary (Ideal Range is 7–8 hours)
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    Date: Enter today's date. Please enter it in the following format: MM/DD/YYYY.

    Total time slept: Enter the total amount of time you slept last night, in hours.

    Lifestyle Factors: These icons represent factors that may have an effect on your sleep. Tracking these factors along with logging how long you've slept each night can help you and your health care provider work towards improving the quality and quantity of your sleep. Choose as many icons as you need for each entry, and use the Notes field for indicating whether you're tracking that you did or did not do something (e.g., exercise).

    Notes: Include any notes that you find useful for improving your sleep. This may include your level or duration of exercise, what you ate, or that you took (or forgot to take) medication.

    **To edit an entry after leaving this page, click the entry on the View Graph tab or View Log tab.

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    Every time you add an entry or use this tracker, you will receive a quick tip to help you improve your sleep.

    Using this tracker every day is a great first step.

    The information on this graph may help you draw conclusions for yourself, but do not use it to adjust your medication. Always consult with your healthcare provider to discuss your treatment regimen.

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