The Journey of My Sleep & Quiet TIme Habits

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Title

The Journey of My Sleep & Quiet TIme Habits

Subject

Sleep; Rest; Quiet Time; Conflict Resolution; Goal Setting; Youth; Habits of Health & Habits of Mind (Ubbes, 2008)

Description

National Health Education Standards

Standard 1:
Students will comprehend concepts related to health promotion and prevention to enhance health.

Performance Indicators for Grades 6 – 8:
1.8.1 Analyze the relationship between healthy behaviors and personal health.
1.8.7 Describe the benefits of and barriers to practicing health behaviors.

Standard 4:
Students will demonstrate the ability to use interpersonal communication skills to enhance health and avoid or reduce health risks.

Performance Indicator for Grades 6–8:
4.8.3 Demonstrate effective conflict management or resolution strategies.

Standard 6:
Students will demonstrate the ability to use goal-setting skills to enhance health.

Performance Indicator for Grades 6-8:
6.8.1: Assess personal health practices and overall health status.

Creator

Pegg, Elizabeth; Edwards, Caleb

Publisher

Miami University Libraries

Date

2013

Contributor

Ubbes, Valerie (editor and genre designer)

Format

PDF

Language

English

Type

Text

Identifier

TheJourneyofMySleepQuietTimeHabits

Text

The Journey of My Sleep & Quiet Time Habits
by Elizabeth Pegg & Caleb Edwards

How will you improve your habit of health called sleep?
How do you feel when you are well rested?
What helps you get more sleep?
What keeps you from getting sleep?
What about texting…?
What can you do if you get enough sleep?
What are the negative outcomes of not getting enough sleep?
How do you clear your mind after a busy day?

The Importance of Sleep
National Sleep Foundation Recommendations:
Go to bed at the same time each night, and rise at the same time.
Make sure your bedroom is a quiet, dark, and relaxing environment, which is neither too hot or too cold.
Physical activity may help promote sleep, but not within a few hours of bedtime.

Citation

Pegg, Elizabeth; Edwards, Caleb, “The Journey of My Sleep & Quiet TIme Habits,” Health Literacy Database at Miami University, accessed February 22, 2019, https://dlp.lib.miamioh.edu/healthliteracy/items/show/173.