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The Risky Game of Sleep Deprivation

The Risky Game of Sleep Deprivation

While you may be counting down to get back to the world of zombies that is The Walking Dead, sleep loss has created an epidemic all around us in reality. Without the proper amount of shut-eye, the risk of developing serious health conditions increases, including cancer, heart disease, depression, and diabetes. Numerous studies have also […]

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8 Sleep-Promoting Gifts to Give This Christmas

8 Sleep-Promoting Gifts to Give This Christmas

Just about everyone could use the gift of better sleep, and what better way to help someone achieve it by literally making it possible? Sleep-promoting gifts can be way more interesting to receive that a standard gift. The Huffington Post is making your Christmas shopping easier with these awesome recommendations! 1. Charging station: It’s important […]

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How to Make Sleep a Success as an Entrepreneur

How to Make Sleep a Success as an Entrepreneur

America is a place where you can literally build an empire from nothing, encouraging entrepreneurs everywhere to work late into the night. However, sleep deprivation isn’t the best answer to boost success. Numerous studies tell us that proper sleep is the key to better health, productivity, creativity and happiness. To help any entrepreneur who is […]

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Early Birds vs. Night Owls, Who Wins?

Early Birds vs. Night Owls, Who Wins?

What does it really mean to be a night owl or early bird? As it turns out, your preferred sleep schedule reveals a lot about your health, brain and personality. In another awesome video from the YouTube series ASAPScience, you can learn what the benefits and consequence for each sleep schedule. Does the early bird […]

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The Right Amount of Sleep Your Family Needs

The Right Amount of Sleep Your Family Needs

At this point I’m pretty sure you have figured out that “willing” yourself awake doesn’t work no matter how hard you try. When you go without sleep, you are setting yourself up for a long day of low energy as you make more mistakes, misplace items, eat more, can’t concentrate, look less attractive and that […]

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Scientists Propose Two New Sleep Schedules

Scientists Propose Two New Sleep Schedules

Our preferred sleep schedules are generally based on our genetics, we’re typically classified as one of two basic chronotypes. Scientists classify people who prefer to stay up late and feel more alert in the evenings as “night owls” and those who stick to early mornings and feel best during those times as “morning larks.” However, […]

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5 Tips to Sleep Better During Menopause

5 Tips to Sleep Better During Menopause

Menopause is a natural process in a woman’s life, but it does not solely affect her ovaries. Over 60% of women who experience menopause have a hard time sleeping at some point during their menopausal years, with some noticing disruptions as early as 10 years before menopause begins. Check out these tips from Everyday Health […]

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