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Exercise

Having Good Sleep Hygiene For Better Sleep

Sleep hygiene refers to practices and habits that are help you get good quality sleep and stay alert during the day.

Living Healthy

Cry It Out or Co-Sleeping – What Does Science Say About Infant Sleep Training?

There is a debate over whether or not co-sleeping or letting your baby cry it out is the best option but what does the science say?

Living Healthy

Sunrise Alarm Clocks

A sunrise alarm clock increases the light gradually to mimic the effects of a sunrise - learn about why it might help your overall health.

Living Healthy

Sleep Easy: One Life-Changing Trick to Combat Insomnia

The next time you are struggling to fall asleep, try the 4-7-8 breathing method. Not only is it 100% natural and free, it’s also incredibly easy.

Gadgets

Weighted Blankets: Bear Hugs For Sleep

Weighted blankets can help people fall asleep by applying a hug-like pressure to combat anxiety and provide a calming effect.

Living Healthy

So Your Partner Snores Too Much?

If your partner snores too much, there are ways to help including a CPAP machine (continuous positive airway pressure device.)

Living Healthy

Eat To Sleep

If you're having trouble sleeping, there are different drinks and foods that you can use to help your body get much needed rest.

Gadgets

Blue Light Special

Blue light is a spectrum of light that can come from technological devices and keep you from getting the sleep that you need.

Living Healthy

The Great Cost of Sleep Deprivation

Depriving your body of the sleep it needs can have devastating effects on your health and it is an epidemic that must be addressed.

Gadgets

Being Technology-Free Can Set You Free

With all of the new gadgets in today's world, going technology-free sometimes might help you feel more energized and productive.

Living Healthy

The Connection Between Diabetes, Depression, and Sleep

The stress of living with diabetes can result in depression. Improving quality of life through scheduling, exercise, and sleeping can prevent depression.

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