3 ways to help people with stomach ulcers sleep well
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), people with stomach ulcers can take the following steps to get a better night’s sleep:
Create space for sleep: make sure the sleeping place is dark, quiet and relaxing.
Turn off the screen: televisions, computers, phones, tablets, and other electronic devices can make it harder for you to fall asleep.
Therefore, you should remove these items from the bedroom to reduce distractions.
Consistency: you should get into the habit of sleeping and waking up at the same hour every day. This consistent habit is good for sleep.
Cut back on snacks and drinks: avoid large meals, late-night snacks, caffeine and alcohol before bed to get a good night’s sleep.