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Six Things You Can Do Now to Improve Your Sleep

If you have trouble falling and staying asleep on a regular basis, there are plenty of things you can do to improve the quality of your rest. Investing in a new mattress, changing your diet and exercise habits, and making over your bedroom have all been heralded as top adjustments when it comes to enhancing […]

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Want to Be a Better Leader? Sleep Well!

Americans in high-stress positions are often familiar with long days and sleepless nights. But new studies and surveys have found that it’s actually more sleep – not less – that could lead to that eventual climb up the corporate ladder. Per a study of roughly 25,000 company leaders across the county, which was posted on […]

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Picking the Perfect Pajamas for Sleep

The most important clothes you wear aren’t necessarily for the office, or a first date, or even a big social event – instead, they’re for your sleep! What you wear when heading to bed can have a big impact on the quality of your rest. It can even help you sleep soundly through the night. […]

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Do Women Need More Sleep than Men?

It’s not unusual to do everything with your partner. From vacations, to meals, to going to bed and waking up, millions of Americans tend to operate in twosomes. But as it turns out, no matter how compatible a couple is, matching bedtimes and wake-up times may not always be the best idea. New studies focusing […]

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7 Ways to Achieve Better Sleep on a Flight

How do YOU sleep on a plane? Red-eye flights are great for arriving at a destination early, and to get a full extra day of activity into a vacation or business trip. But it can often lead to problems if you’re unable to catch a few Zzzs during the overnight trip. And considering that planes […]

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Is It Allergies, Sleep Apnea, or Both?

Spring is just around the corner. It’s time for more sunshine, flowers, and green landscapes all around. But for millions of Americans, it also means more allergies. And when it comes to sleep-related issues, allergies – seasonal or otherwise – can be a key cause or contributor to a number of conditions that impact your […]

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Can Mouth Exercises and Movements Help with Snoring?

Snoring isn’t an uncommon problem, by any means. It’s estimated that roughly 40-50% of men and 20-30% of women snore on a regular basis. Snores can range from a light and breathy wheeze to a reverberating roar. Often, snoring can be a key indication of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). And so it’s commonly recommended that frequent snorers […]

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Is It Stress Keeping You up at Night?

Most folks experience an occasional restless night. But if you find that your inability to fall asleep happens more often than not, there’s likely an underlying problem causing your lack of Zzzzs. Sleeping disorders, like obstructive sleep apnea or insomnia, are common culprits when it comes to being unable to fall and stay asleep. But […]

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Sleep Apnea and PTSD – a Dangerous Link

There are many concerning and dangerous symptoms that are linked with posttraumatic stress disorder (or PTSD). This mental health condition, often associated with members of the military, can correspond with a far-reaching range of both physical and cognitive symptoms. But a recent study has found a somewhat unexpected condition is now also commonly found in […]

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How Seasonal Affective Disorder Affects Sleep – And What You Can Do

It’s easy to feel a little blue or lethargic in the wintertime. The days are shorter, the weather is chilly, and most folks can’t wait to get back to the green and sunny landscapes of spring. But some folks experience more extreme cases of the wintertime blues than others. These cases are a form of […]

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