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Post-COVID Sleep Disorders up by 75 Percent, 2 Solutions

Post-COVID Sleep Disorders up by 75 Percent, 2 Solutions

Most COVID patients can’t sleep well—here’s why, and what to do

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How to Consolidate Your Memory During Sleep

How to Consolidate Your Memory During Sleep

Official recommendations on the number of hours one should sleep (based on age) do exist, but only about 35 percent of American adults meet the number. Lack of sleep not ...

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Frequent Urination Disrupting Quality of Sleep: 3 Types and How to Treat It

Frequent Urination Disrupting Quality of Sleep: 3 Types and How to Treat It

A good night’s sleep is key to helping your body recover from daily exertion. However, frequent trips to the toilet at night will interrupt sleep and make one physically and ...

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How to Boost Your Immunity While You Sleep

How to Boost Your Immunity While You Sleep

‘The natural healing force within each of us is the greatest force in getting well’

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Why People Gain Weight in the Fall

Why People Gain Weight in the Fall

A list of “specific recommendations for the prevention of obesity by improving the circadian system health.” SAD doesn’t just stand for standard American diet. There’s a condition known as seasonal ...

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7 Evidence-Based Ways To Burn More Fat While Sleeping

7 Evidence-Based Ways To Burn More Fat While Sleeping

We all hope to have a fit and healthy body. However, losing weight and getting into shape can be painful and challenging. The best weight-reducing methods are eating healthy food ...

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5-Ingredient Bedtime Green Smoothie (Recipe + Video)

5-Ingredient Bedtime Green Smoothie (Recipe + Video)

By Chef Enrico Alaggia A well-rested night is essential to start a productive day. It's so easy to pack some freshly blended goodness into your day with this 5-ingredient bedtime green ...

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Natural Ways to Balance Hormones at Any Age

Natural Ways to Balance Hormones at Any Age

Your hormones can take you for a ride. Men often worry about low testosterone contributing to fatigue and more, while much of the focus on women’s hormonal challenges surround reduced ...

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Sleep-Deprived Kids Will Snack More: Study

Sleep-Deprived Kids Will Snack More: Study

Experts studying kids' sleep and eating habits have learned more about a potential reason for childhood obesity. Kids who are deprived of sleep tend to eat more calories the next ...

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Waking at 3 A.M.? It Could Be Your Liver

Waking at 3 A.M.? It Could Be Your Liver

Waking up and dwelling on our fears and failures at 3 a.m. is quite common. But it's simply frustrating. Learn more about what is sending you into this cycle and ...

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Can You Control Your Dreams?

Can You Control Your Dreams?

Lucid dreaming may help you in your waking life

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Rose Moon Milk – A Relaxing Sleep Tonic (Recipe + Video)

Rose Moon Milk – A Relaxing Sleep Tonic (Recipe + Video)

Chef Alessandra Viola Have you ever tried to drink pink milk? After a long day, this rose moon milk is a perfect way to get yourself relaxed and prepared for ...

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Easy 10 Minute Golden Milk (Recipe + Video)

Easy 10 Minute Golden Milk (Recipe + Video)

By Chef Enrico Alaggia This golden milk will help you to relax and destress before going to bed. With turmeric and ginger, it is not just delicious but also healthy. ...

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The Dangers of Night Shifts: How Night Workers Put Their Health on the Line

The Dangers of Night Shifts: How Night Workers Put Their Health on the Line

Night shift workers are integral to multiple areas of society; however, people may not be fully aware of the danger that such work pose. The impact of night work is ...

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Sleeping Medication: How It Should Be Used and What Its Risks Are

Sleeping Medication: How It Should Be Used and What Its Risks Are

Sleeping medication can help adjust people's sleep schedule to sleep; however, there are limits and risks associated with such treatment, especially when used without the guidance of a sleep professional ...

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Poor Sleep Can Make Folks Selfish, Study Finds

Poor Sleep Can Make Folks Selfish, Study Finds

The health risks of losing sleep are well known, ranging from heart disease to depression, but who knew that too little sleep can also make you selfish? That's the takeaway ...

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America’s Love Affair With Sleeping Pills May Be Waning

America’s Love Affair With Sleeping Pills May Be Waning

Fewer Americans are turning to sleep medications to fight insomnia. After a dramatic rise in prescriptions for drugs like Ambien, the trend has ebbed, according to a new study, and fewer ...

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The ABZzz’s of Getting Kids to Sleep

The ABZzz’s of Getting Kids to Sleep

Children aren't getting enough sleep but parents and caregivers can help

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Daylight Saving Time: Five Tips to Help You Better Adjust to the Clock Change

Daylight Saving Time: Five Tips to Help You Better Adjust to the Clock Change

Daylight saving time was first implemented during the first world war to take advantage of longer daylight hours and save energy. While this made a difference when we heavily relied ...

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What Are the Correct Positions for Sleeping?

What Are the Correct Positions for Sleeping?

Research tells us about the most popular sleep positions and their effects

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Re-establishing Sleep Schedule: How to Get Enough Sleep and Why It’s Important

Re-establishing Sleep Schedule: How to Get Enough Sleep and Why It’s Important

Sleep is important for health and well-being, but it can also be elusive. Work and social lives can play havoc on people's sleep schedules, and it is important to be ...

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How to Use Melatonin Safely

How to Use Melatonin Safely

Melatonin overuse has become a very common phenomenon in the United States. In a recent interview with the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), Judith Owens, MD, MPH, director ...

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Late Bedtimes Could Raise Your Odds for Diabetes, Heart Trouble

Late Bedtimes Could Raise Your Odds for Diabetes, Heart Trouble

 If you're constantly burning the midnight oil, you may be setting yourself up for Type 2 diabetes and heart disease. When compared with folks who go to bed early and ...

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A Good Night’s Sleep Recharges Immune System

A Good Night’s Sleep Recharges Immune System

If you want to stay well, make sure you're getting enough sleep. That's the conclusion of a new study that found that good sleep helps regulate a key component of the body's ...

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Trouble Falling Asleep?

Trouble Falling Asleep?

These practices can help remedy sleep-onset insomnia

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Sleep and Immunity

Sleep and Immunity

Is the link between immune function and a good night’s rest a myth? To really boost our immune systems, maybe we just need to get enough sleep. Or is that a ...

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Hypothesis: Circadian Rhythm Links Mental Disorders

Hypothesis: Circadian Rhythm Links Mental Disorders

Anxiety, autism, schizophrenia, and Tourette syndrome each have their own distinguishing characteristics, but a new study asks if circadian rhythm disruption may bridge these and most other mental disorders. In ...

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