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Should You Throw Away Your Pillows?

28 Aug 2014 | 44,030 Views

How long should you keep your pillow before getting a new one? And what are the risks if you keep yours for too long?

Study: Interrupted Sleep May Be as Harmful as No Sleep at All

24 Jul 2014 | 127,259 Views

Regularly waking at night appears to be just as damaging as sleeping for only four hours... and the damage happens after just one night of interrupted sleep.

Could Strenuous Exercise at Night Mean Better Sleep?

17 Jul 2014 | 43,209 Views

Surprising new research is challenging the long-held notion that you should stop exercising at least three hours before you’re planning to go to bed.

The Importance of Sleep, and the Hazards of “Dream Deprivation”

13 Jul 2014 | 220,623 Views

And that's not all. You could also be stunting your psychological growth; it's that important. Take these important steps to make sure you're doing this while you sleep to move forward in life and to address and heal hidden emotional issues.

Sleep and Technology Don't Mix: Why You Need to Set an Electronic Curfew

26 Jun 2014 | 75,485 Views

Turning off your electronic gadgets well before bedtime may help your sleep more than you ever imagined.

Why Being Sleep Deprived Is NOT a Sign of Productivity

29 May 2014 | 208,549 Views

It can be traced back to one of the most famous inventors of our time, but does it really make you more productive? This highly successful entrepreneur says it doesn't. Also linked to diabetes, obesity, heart disease, widespread pain, and Alzheimer's.

Sulfate, Sleep and Sunlight: The Disruptive and Destructive Effects of Heavy Metals and Glyphosate

08 May 2014 | 253,482 Views

You need this to usher toxins straight out of your brain. Mounting research shows that this deficiency may lead to autism, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, and more. And an underlying fear of this may be partly to blame.

Can Exercising at Night Hurt Your Sleep?

08 May 2014 | 48,673 Views

It’s late and you haven’t had time to exercise yet. Should you go for a quick workout or will it keep you up all night?

The Aftermath of Daylight Saving Time

17 Apr 2014 | 31,459 Views

Setting your clocks to "summer time" triggers a cascade of disruptions to your health, while the supposed energy conservation it offers has been disproven.

Improving Your Sleep May Be Key for Preventing and Treating Metabolic Disorders

10 Apr 2014 | 335,133 Views

According to a new poll by Sleep in America, 53% of respondents who did this before bed rate their sleep as excellent, compared to just 27% of those who didn’t. It takes just minutes, but it could also slash your risk of obesity, hypertension, and type 2 diabetes.


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