To avoid excessive textual content on a page, use headers to break up your text. Screen readers used by people with low or poor vision use headers to navigate a page, so please apply the Heading styles to your headers. This is done in the WYSIWYG Editor as you are editing your content.
Note that the title of your page is coded as Heading 1. In order for screen readers to appropriately navigate your page, all of your headers should be styled beginning with Heading 2. Sub headings can be styled with Heading 3, and so on.
For help applying headers visit How do I style my page with headers and alerts?.