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  2. Trouble Sleeping? Fatty Foods May Be the Cause of Your Insomnia

    We’ve all hit the “after lunch lull,” but what if it’s caused not by eating itself, but what you eat? According to recent studies by sleep researchers in both the United States and Australia, there appears to be a direct link between diets that are high in fat and a lack of quality sleep. Both studies observed two groups of...

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  3. Healthier Beds = Better Sleep: How to Wash Your Bedding the Right Way

    Sleep experts recommend that we get eight hours of sleep per night, and that means that we spend an entire third of our lives in bed. That equals almost sixty hours per week of sweat, dead skin cells, and body oils in our sheets. Yuck! And of course, we should be washing that crud away on a regular basis to...

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  4. Why Do Some People Need More Sleep?

    For most people, the need to sleep more than the average of eight hours per night usually indicates that the body is trying to fight off an infection, or even that there could be a chronic medical condition developing and a trip to the doctor is in order. But what about those of us that just seem to need more...

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  5. 4 Ways Better Sleep Can Improve Your Sex Life

    If you’ve ever found yourself choosing sleep over sex, you’re far from alone. A survey conducted by the National Sleep Foundation discovered that 1 out of every 4 couples claimed to be too tired for intimacy with their partner on a regular basis. That survey was done back in 2010, and we can only assume that the issue has escalated...

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  6. Get the Most Out of Your Night by Knowing the 5 Stages of Sleep

    Almost everyone now knows how important sleep is to our health and overall well-being. If we miss out on sleep, our bodies let us know with a variety of signs and symptoms. Sleep deprivation can cause irritability, loss of motor skills, and even some serious medical conditions, such as diabetes and obesity. Scientists have discovered that sleep-related health issues can...

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