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  2. “Falling Back” into Bed? Daylight Savings Time and Sleep

    Daylight Saving Time ends this Sunday, November 6 at 2 a.m. EST. And while we all love the thought of “falling back” and gaining an extra hour, it may not mean another hour’s sleep each night. Sad, but true! Winston Churchill was quoted as describing Daylight Saving Time as the phenomenon of us “borrowing an hour one night in April...

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  3. Music Scientifically Proven to Help You Sleep

    Who doesn’t love music? It has the power to energize or soothe and has been long been regarded as a powerful means of self-expression. We’ve been musical beings for a very long time – the earliest known musical instrument was made of bone and dates back over 40,000 years. What we’re unsure of is where our musical appreciation comes from...

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  4. How to Help Your Kids Get to Sleep After Trick-or-Treating

    Halloween is full of fun and excitement for you and your little ones alike, but a late night of collecting goodies, running around with friends, and tons of sugar can lead to some troubles getting to sleep for even the best of sleepers. So what can parents do to make sure that their little ghosts and ghouls get a good...

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  5. Is Chocolate Before Bed a Big No-No?

    In honor of National Chocolate Day, we wanted to take a closer look at how (if at all) one of the most delicious eatables known to man affects our ability to get the quality sack time that we need. Chocolate has been adored by the masses for centuries – it’s hard to find a treat that has been consumed more...

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  6. How to Minimize Jet Lag (and Sleep Better) While You Travel

    ‘Tis almost the season for visiting friends and family around the world. And you know what that means, right? Not only will we be exhausted from all of the merrymaking, we’ll have to deal with the ever-dreaded bouts of jet lag. Ugh. Feeling tired after changing time zones is a very real (and very trying) ordeal. While it might not...

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