Long Branch, N.J. – Sleep tight – and learn how to sleep right – at “Sweet
Dreams,” a free program offered by The Cancer Support Community
at Monmouth Medical Center.
Holistic Health Practitioner Diane Todd will explain what your dreams say
about your quality of sleep at the event on Wednesday, April 19 from 6:30
to 8 p.m. in Suite ST-007 of the Maysie-Stroock Pavilion located at 300
Second Avenue in Long Branch.
According to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, sleep unfolds in four
phases, culminating in REM (rapid eye movement) sleep. The stages repeat
in order every 90 to 110 minutes on average. Todd will speak with attendees
to see if they are getting the required amount of rest every night to
stay healthy, share tips for healthy sleep habits and talk about the most
common dreams and what impact they have on sleep.
Everyone is welcome, but registration is required by calling the Cancer
Support Community at 732-923-6090.