Time to return to a healthier sleep cycle

SALISBURY — Sleep is a vital process, said Ed O’Malley to an alert audience at the Scoville Memorial Library on Saturday, Feb. 9.

But healthy sleep requires establishing good sleep hygiene, practices and habits.

O’Malley runs Your Optimal Nature LLC in Great Barrington.

He said sleep is a biological drive, with a clearly defined cycle and process.

Bad habits that interrupt healthy sleep can be changed.

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