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Natural Tips for Sleeping Better

Posted by Kevin Faber on Dec 5, 2020 6:50:00 AM

Most know that even missing one night of sleep can have a profound impact on how they feel the next day. If you get poor sleep on a regular basis, this negative impact of a lack of sleep can be multiplied. While some may struggle with getting good sleep on a regular basis, the reality is that it doesn't have to be difficult to improve your sleep quality. If you are looking for ways to get better rest at night here are some things to consider.

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Topics: losing sleep, staying healthy, sleep health, lifetyle

How Your Gut Affects Your Sleep

Posted by Mikkie Mills on Nov 10, 2020 12:53:00 AM

Your body should always be one of your number one priorities. Health and wellness are crucial at all points of your life. Your gut health, especially, is important to your overall wellness. Unfortunately, a lot of people don’t realize how interconnected many of the systems in their body are. If you are unwell in one area, odds are it is going to affect other areas.

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Topics: sleep habits, diet, lifetyle

How Healthy Living Improves Sleep

Posted by Linda Gimmeson on Nov 7, 2020 7:42:00 AM

Each passing decade, human lives seem to become more complicated with technology. One of the adverse effects of technology and human dependence upon it is how it is changing the way the human mind perceives the world. It has changed human focus, memory, and even sleep cycles.

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Topics: sleep health, lifetyle, overall wellness

How technology alters sleep quality and how to tackle it.

Posted by Dr. Angela Randazzo on Sep 22, 2020 10:26:19 AM


Going without a smartphone or a laptop is unimaginable in this digital world. In fact you’re reading this article on a digital screen right now!  

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Topics: blue light screen, poor sleep, lifetyle

Can Allergies Make You Tired?

Posted by Christine Huegel on Sep 17, 2020 5:39:00 AM

If you are one of the 50 million Americans who experience allergies, you are probably familiar with the uncomfortable symptoms that often come with allergy season, like itching and watering eyes, sneezing, and a running nose. But did you know that allergies can also make you feel tired?

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Topics: sleep apnea, allergies, CPAP therapy, lifetyle

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