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Get the Deep Sleep You Need at Night

Posted by Paisley Hansen on Apr 23, 2021 5:12:00 AM

Even though getting quality sleep is a key part of having good health, there are still many who struggle to get the sleep they need at night. There can be many reasons for this, whether stress is sabotaging your sleep, or you have habits that prevent you from getting the quality of rest you need.

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Topics: insomnia, deep sleep, getting better sleep

9 Breathing Exercises for Sleep: Techniques that Work

Posted by Sandra Manson on Feb 15, 2021 4:12:00 AM

 

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Topics: breathing, relax, deep sleep

Get the Deep Sleep Your Body Needs

Posted by Paisley Hansen on Jan 15, 2021 12:10:00 AM

Despite the fact that sleep is one of the most important parts of maintaining good health, many struggle to get the deep sleep that their body needs on a nightly basis. Not only can a lack of sleep leave you feeling groggy and exhausted in the short term, but in the long term there can be many serious side effects, like an increased risk for heart disease and stroke as well. The good news is, though, that there are many simple things you can begin doing today to help improve your sleep quantity and quality.

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Topics: REM, REM sleep, deep sleep

6 Natural Ways To Promote a Deeper Sleep

Posted by Kevin Faber on Dec 15, 2020 4:45:00 AM

Sleep is a necessity for human life. Without it, it's impossible to function in society. Unfortunately, this activity can be arduous for people to achieve. Some keep waking up too soon while others can't fall asleep at all. Curing this issue is often daunting, especially since there are many unsafe treatments available. So, here are six natural ways that you can promote a deeper sleep.

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Topics: cpap alternatives, sleep habits, deep sleep

Power Your Mind Down and Get Amazing Sleep

Posted by Linda Gimmeson on Dec 8, 2020 4:30:00 AM

Sleep is vital to life and essential for overall good health. It's your body's way of recharging. Every system of the body is affected by the amount and quality of sleep you get each night. Despite its importance, it's often the first thing to be sacrificed when life gets busy. Sleep deprivation can not only be caused by emotions like anxiety and depression, but it can also cause these issues. It can suddenly turn into a vicious cycle and lead to other major illnesses like heart disease, diabetes and stroke. The first step to getting the sleep you need is determining the leading cause of your insomnia. If your mind tends to race at bedtime, the solution could be as simple as adding brain-calming strategies to your daily life.

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Topics: deep sleep, mindfulness

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