7 Ulcerative Colitis People to Sleep Better  

 Prioritize a consistent sleep schedule, aiming for 7-9 hours of rest each night.

Create a relaxing bedtime routine to signal your body it's time to wind down. 

 Limit caffeine intake, especially in the evening, to promote better sleep quality.

Incorporate stress-reducing activities like meditation or deep breathing before bedtime. 

Avoid heavy meals close to bedtime to prevent digestive discomfort. 

Keep your bedroom dark, quiet, and cool for an optimal sleep environment. 

Consider using supportive pillows or mattresses to ease potential discomfort. 

Communicate with your healthcare team about any sleep issues to tailor solutions for your specific needs. 

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