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Sleep Right, Eat Right, Feel Right

We tend not to think about sleeping and eating as being interconnected; except for maybe that post-Thanksgiving “food-coma” in November. It turns out that every interaction your mind and body have with food is impacted by how well rested you are. From your mood and motivation to eat, to coordinating brain chemicals that trigger hunger, […]

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Take a Moment to Appreciate Sleep

March is a great time to ponder the importance of sleep. World Sleep Day occurs March 16th and Daylight Savings Time starts the morning of March 11th – giving us all an unwelcome added dose of sleep deprivation. It turns out that there is a well-known week-long spike in car and workplace accidents following our […]

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Sleep Smart for a Healthy Heart

When people think of heart health, they probably picture someone jogging or eating a salad. While proper exercise and diet both do their parts, most people don’t realize just how important healthy sleep is to the cardiovascular system. Sleep and Hypertension Hypertension, also known as high blood pressure, is a major risk factor for cardiovascular […]

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Use Sleep to Fulfill Your New Year’s Resolutions

After dealing with the holiday stresses of traveling, gathering and wrapping up end-of-year work obligations, most of us make at least one New Year’s resolution. Despite our good intentions, the vast majority of these pledges are abandoned by February. Surprisingly, the best way to reach your goals may be to add another resolution to your […]

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A Simple Way to Prevent Overeating During the Holidays

It’s an annual tradition. The holiday season invites us to gather with loved ones, and many times, eat big meals. This, in turn, tees up the conventional New Year’s fitness resolutions. While we’re all familiar with this yearly cycle, recent studies cited in the publication, SLEEP from the Sleep Research Society, demonstrate that a single, […]

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How to Help A Family Member Suffering from Poor Sleep

While it’s easy to perceive the many effects that poor sleep has on our own waking lives, it can be more difficult to appreciate the impact that our poor sleep has on those around us.This is especially relevant for close family, who have no choice but to cope with effects of a loved one’s sleep problems on an ongoing basis.

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How to Manage Pain & Discomfort to Get a Good Night’s Sleep

Is pain preventing you from sleeping? According to the National Sleep Foundation’s Sleep in America poll, 57% of Americans experience chronic or acute pain on a weekly basis. Pain, stress and poor health can all impact your sleep by making it more difficult to fall or stay asleep. The result is a downward spiral of […]

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How to Determine the Health of Your Sleep

The daily pursuit of a happier, more satisfying life depends on your wellbeing, and multiple factors help to determine wellbeing, particularly your nutrition, stress relief, exercise and sleep. Some things are easy to keep up with if you’re paying attention such as how many calories you consume, how relaxed you feel, how often you socialize […]

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Managing Sleep and Stress for Back to School Success

With summer vacation drawing to a close, it’s time to move the family toward a more regimented schedule. Replacing the looser itinerary that may have developed over months of family vacations, sleepovers and compromised bedtimes with a more structured and regular daily agenda can be difficult. With the CDC estimating that at least 60% of […]

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4 Principles for Healthy Driving

Have you been spending a lot of time on the road this summer? Remember that making healthy choices can make covering long distances easier and more enjoyable. If you aren’t careful, eating the kind of food you find within a mile of the interstate and spending an extended time in a seated position can be […]

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