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5 Tips to Sleep Peacefully During Your Exam Session

Posted by Monica Gibson on May 4, 2021 7:45:00 AM

Sleep is one of the most vital components of our daily routine and normal human life can’t go on without it. It provides the necessary rest to our body and prepares us for what lies ahead. Needless to say, the human body can’t function properly without enough sleep.

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Topics: school, sleep hygiene, college, students, final exams

Improve Your Health with Better Sleep

Posted by Kevin Faber on Apr 30, 2021 3:47:00 AM

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Topics: sleep habits, sleep hygiene

Something Keeping You Up at Night? Understanding the Problem.

Posted by Miranda Woolridge on Apr 1, 2021 1:37:00 AM

You’d think that when you have had a very long day and you are tired as if you haven’t slept for days, you fall asleep immediately after your head touches the pillow. But then time passes by, and two hours later you are still awake. What’s the problem? Why can’t you fall asleep when you are so tired?

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Topics: insomnia, sleep hygiene, staying healthy, benefits of sleep

Tips for Getting Better Quality Sleep Tonight

Posted by Linda Gimmeson on Mar 31, 2021 1:17:00 AM

Good sleep is essential for good health. However, many still struggle to sleep well at night. From being unable to wind down from daily stresses, to having a lifestyle that makes it difficult to stick to a regular schedule, there can be many reasons why you may not be able to get optimal sleep at night. While this can be an issue, the good news is that there are steps that you can take to improve your sleep quality overall, and many of them are straightforward and natural. If you are looking for tips to begin improving your sleep tonight, then here are some things to try.

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Topics: sleep hygiene, quality sleep

Five Ways to Improve Your Sleep Problems

Posted by Dr. Angie Randazzo on Mar 30, 2021 7:53:00 AM

There are few things in life more frustrating than the inability to fall asleep. The average adult should get at least seven hours of sleep every night. This is necessary for your physical and mental well-being. However, it has been estimated that at any given time, 10% of the population experiences insomnia. Many of these frustrated people seek a solution in sleep aids and remedies. But before you resort to pricey sleep solutions that may or may not be sufficient, here are unusual ways you should try to summon some slumber.

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Topics: trouble sleeping, sleep hygiene, diet

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