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  • Can’t Sleep? Try Sticking Your Feet Out From Under The Covers

    There are a lot of sleep aids available on the market that promise to help you get a good night sleep, but there’s a good chance that you can send yourself off to dreamland without spending a cent and barely moving a muscle. Next time you find yourself tossing and turning, try sticking your feet or hands out from under the warmth of the covers. Continue reading

  • Feeding Your Sleep

    Food has become the stuff of science. Where once it seemed like it was just what we put into our mouths to abate hunger, food has now been classified into categories that denote all of its magical powers and elements – super foods, comfort foods, junk foods. Now sleep experts are telling us that there are certain foods that can be classified as sleep foods, and non-sleep foods — foods that either help us get a good night’s sleep or actively work against that happening. It’s all about the different nutrients they contain, their density, and whether they contain stimulants that makes the difference, and some of what has been discovered may seem like common knowledge. After all, we’ve all had the experience of catching ourselves falling asleep after we’ve eaten a big meal, or staring at the ceiling after making the mistake of being tempted by the cappuccino machine at the end of dinner at a fancy Italian restaurant. Continue reading

  • Struggling to Get To Sleep? Stop

    I am a person who frequently struggles with falling asleep. That is not to say that I am sleep deprived - I have the luxury of making my own hours, so if I spend an hour or two tossing and turning and trying to find the cool side of the pillow, I am able to sleep in later and make up for lost rest. I’m lucky in this and I know it. Continue reading

  • Six Minutes To Sleep

    There are so many reasons why America is sleep deprived. One of the top culprits is our own refusal to make sleep a priority, putting work, family and social life ahead of our need for rest and adopting the “I’ll sleep when I’m dead” philosophy. Some people struggle with medical problems like obstructive sleep apnea that prevents them from getting restorative sleep, while others are drinking too much caffeine late in the day, alcohol late in the evening, or heavy food too close to bedtime. Continue reading

  • Spring Is Almost Here, And So Are The Allergies!

    If you are a seasonal allergy sufferer, then the return of spring (or summer, or fall, depending upon exactly what you’re allergic to) is a mixed blessing. You’re thrilled to the return of green leaves on the trees, the lush grass and the bounty of flowers, but at the same time you know that their return also means watery eyes, sniffles, and worst of all – interrupted sleep. Yet for all of your suffering, you may not be doing everything that you can to make things easier on yourself — at least that’s what a new study says. Continue reading

  • Why The World Can’t Sleep

    Lest you think that sleep deprivation is a uniquely American problem, there are reports that people all around the world are doing the same thing that we’re doing, tossing and turning and staring at the ceiling until the wee hours. I an attempt to get a better understanding of what is happening to our ability to rest globally, the research firm KJT Group and Philips recently conducted a study titled “Sleep: A Global Perspective. The data that they collected revealed what the main sleep disturbances are around the world. Continue reading

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