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What’s your Optimal Sleep Position?

If you’re like most folks, you likely go to sleep in roughly the same position every night. Maybe you curl up on your side on a pile of pillows, or perhaps you drift off to sleep lying flat as a pancake on your back, with your arms and legs perfectly straight. But just as certain […]

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How to Sleep Better During Pregnancy

It’s well known that once a newborn has arrived, a sleep schedule will be disrupted for a very long time. But for pregnant women, those months leading up to the new arrival can present their own challenges when it comes to obtaining a decent night’s sleep. Being able to rest and rest well is essential […]

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Six Ways to Wake Up with More Energy

If you struggle with getting up in the morning, you’re not alone. Very few people can greet the day with a burst of energy, and it can be challenging to shake off that sleepy feeling and get motivated. But there are a few things that you can do to make the transition from sleep to […]

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Is Sleep Apnea Causing your Insomnia?

Most folks think of sleep apnea and insomnia as two distinct sleeping disorders. But did you know that in many cases these two conditions are linked? In fact, over the years, doctors and research scientists alike are finding that insomnia isn’t always its own separate disorder. In fact, in a number of cases, it’s actually […]

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Is Obstructive Sleep Apnea in the Genes?

There are a number of factors that can cause or intensify sleep apnea. From your diet and mealtimes to your sleeping position when your head hits the pillow, there are lots of little things that can make a sleeping disorder better, or worse. But when it comes to what causes obstructive sleep apnea in the […]

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5 Common Bedtime Routines that May Impact Your Sleep

You may be doing everything right in the moments before going to bed: Shutting out the lights Turning off the TV Avoiding caffeine and sugar in the evenings But if you are still having trouble reaching a deep sleep, or are waking up in the mornings feeling fatigued and groggy, then there may be a […]

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4 Ways Caffeine Can Impact Your Sleep

Americans love their caffeinated beverages. On any given day, roughly 85% of the United States population has a caffeinated product. And the average consumption of caffeine by Americans is roughly 300 mg per person – or about three times higher than the world’s average. But if you ingest a bit too much caffeine, or sip […]

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Feeling Uninspired? Then Sleep On It!

Most folks who are stuck with a tricky problem at work or home have at some point been told to “sleep on it.” And as it turns out, this time-tested advice happens to be perfectly true. A good night’s rest can have so many benefits to our health from the inside out, and one of […]

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5 Tips for Buying the Perfect Mattress

Everyone has those mornings where you wake up feeling stiff, achy and a little fatigued, but if this happens on a regular basis, it may be time to take a closer look at your mattress. Many sleep experts – including the National Sleep Foundation – recommend people replace a mattress after 7-10 years, and this […]

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How Does Sleep Apnea Impact Your Metabolism?

Obstructive sleep apnea and weight gain tend to go hand in hand. Doctors and researchers have found that obese patients have a much higher chance of developing sleep apnea due to extra weight and pressure on the throat. And new correlations between having sleep apnea and gaining weight are being regularly reported. In fact, a […]

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