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Like most furniture, mattresses are expensive, and not something we expect or want to buy on a regular basis. They are easy to forget about once a purchase has been made. In fact, many people hold on to their mattresses long after the time to replace them has passed. Not knowing when your mattress has reached its expiration date or avoiding buying a new one due to price can be a costly mistake to make.  Old, out of shape mattresses...

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According to research shared by the Huffington Post, hormonal changes can often be the culprit in lost sleep for women. Women have a more difficult time getting enough sleep at certain points in their menstrual cycles each month. Pregnant women also frequently lose sleep or suffer from insomnia as hormone levels surge during their pregnancy. Menopause can also bring about hot flashes and restlessness at night that prevent women from...

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When you think of an athlete you imagine someone with exceptional skill, ability, and strength. Someone with sharp, strategic intelligence and dedication. You can imagine that they are mindful of their diets and exercises, and committed to practicing their sport regularly. One thing that, perhaps, is not readily associated with an athlete is sleep. Sleep quality plays a vital role in our over-all health and well-being. It stands to...

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Stress and sleep deprivation, one of the most vicious cycles we endure. We will often find it difficult to fall asleep due to our worries and stress, and in turn, the next day we will undergo even more stress due to lack of sleep. A survey completed by the Huffington Post found that in the U.S., sleep deprivation is a major source of stress among adults. One thing that the stressed can try to help them fall asleep is yoga. Yoga is a...

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(Phoenix, AZ) January 11, 2017 – One in three Americans are making a significant lifestyle choice that affects their long-term wellness and has a big impact on their relationships, work productivity, and every aspect of their lives. The solution to this epidemic is not found at the gym, the health food store, or in the number of candy bars consumed every day. The answer lies in your bedroom. According to a study by the Centers for...

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The holidays are officially over and most of us are back to our daily grind. Did you struggle to wake up for work this week? Are you feeling unrested throughout the day? If so, you aren’t alone. The holidays with all the parties, travel, shopping, prepping, planning, and visiting, can do a real number on our sleep cycles and circadian rhythms, making it difficult to go back to work and our normal lives. Rubin Naiman, Ph.D., sleep...

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It is the time of year when everyone is working diligently on their lists of New Year’s resolutions. Many people will resolve to diet, go on a health detox, exercise more, or perform better at work. What they may not realize when trying to achieve these goals is that the amount of quality sleep they are getting will play a key role in their success or failure. Sleep and Diet  Our eating habits -what we eat and when- are intimately...

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Your health and well-being rely on a good night’s sleep. This is a list of 30 do’s and don’ts you can follow in the hours leading up to bedtime to help ensure that you are getting a good night’s rest. Do’s Do go to the bed and wake up at the same time daily. Even on weekends. Do make sure you are getting enough sleep each night. The average adult needs between 7-8 hours. Do make your bedroom as relaxing as you can. Keep it clean and...

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Christmas is days away and everyone is busy finishing their Christmas shopping and working on their final holiday preparations. In all of the hustle and bustle of the season, it’s easy to forget the joy and excitement that children feel this time of year. The story of a magical man from the North Pole coming to your home to leave you presents while you sleep is very thrilling for young children. This one magical time of year they can...

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6 Tips to Prevent Snoring

Posted By on Dec 14, 2016

People snore when they can’t move air freely through their nose and throat during sleep. When the air can’t move freely it makes the surrounding tissues vibrate, which produces the sound we all know too well. People who snore nightly may have too much or “floppy” nasal and/or throat tissue, which is more prone to vibrate. Sometimes the position of one’s tongue will get in the way of smooth breathing and cause people to snore as well....

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