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Alaska Sleep Education Center

Men are from Mars and Women are from Venus; but we ALL need good sleep here on Planet Earth.

Posted by Stefanie Leiter on Feb 22, 2019 12:00:00 PM

At bedtime, you may get into the routine of brushing your teeth, taking a shower, and laying out clothes for the morning at the same time as your partner or spouse. It may even follow with some light stretching, meditation, or yoga.

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Topics: women, beauty sleep, couples, men

7 Tips on Getting Up Earlier

Posted by Guest Blogger: Serena Dorf on Dec 4, 2018 1:17:13 PM

Do you want to turn into a morning person? That’s fantastic! Your life is going to change drastically, starting with this very moment, if only you’re ready to take action. Seriously, waking up early comes with lots of advantages, from boosting your productivity to living a healthier and happier life.

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Topics: beauty sleep, daytime sleepiness, waking up

Black Friday Is a Great Day to Sleep!

Posted by Kristen Havens, www.SleepResolutions.com on Nov 22, 2018 6:00:00 PM

The day after Thanksgiving isn't a day of rest for everybody. Some people need to go back to work on Friday. Some sign up to run turkey trot 10Ks or marathons. Others dedicate their day off to volunteering by helping the less fortunate at soup kitchens. But for many Americans, that jump on the long weekend means shopping: waking up early and getting out of the house for Black Friday sales. 

Some shoppers, famously, get in line on Thursday night and camp outside stores so they can get a jump on the competition when the doors open. Some stores open as early as midnight to accommodate eager customers fueled by the excitement of getting good deals before inventory runs out. 

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Topics: stress, holiday, beauty sleep

Beauty sleep is real! How lack of sleep is ruining your skin.

Posted by Jennifer Hines on Jun 29, 2018 2:30:01 PM

Beauty Sleep is Real

It is ok to cancel plans to say “I need my beauty rest” because beauty sleep is real.  The quality and length of sleep you receive every night can have a profound impact on your skin’s overall health.  When we sleep our bodies recharge.  Not only do our bodies recharge, our skin does as well.   During sleep we heal, restore and eliminate toxins from the skin.  If sleep is compromised so is the body’s ability to carry out these essential skin functions.  

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Topics: Sleep, beauty sleep, skin

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