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Sleeping After Eating: Nighttime Snack 411

Should you sleep after eating? And what snacks are best to eat before bed? It’s as familiar as hearing you shouldn’t eat just before swimming: Don’t eat before bedtime, either. But is there any evidence to show that sleeping after eating is actually harmful? Well, that depends. For people who suffer from reflux, lying down…

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4 Best RV Road Trips

Here are four great routes for getting that rig out on the open road. Part of the appeal of a road trip is serendipity. Yes, you need a campground or a parking spot and, eventually, a dumping station, but for the most part, because you’ve got everything you want in your well-designed mobile home-away-from-home, you…

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Does Your Bed Help You Sleep?

Despite the proliferation of sleep apps and other technology, many people don’t realize the role their beds play in how soundly we snooze. Your bed helps you sleep well. Terry Cralle, a certified clinical sleep educator in Washington, D.C., and coauthor of “Snoozby and the Great Big Bedtime Battle,” and “Sleeping Your Way to the…

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Surprisingly, 1-in-4 Couples Does This In The Bedroom

Humans have slept in social groups from the beginning of our ancestral past, particularly for warmth and safety from predators. Today, however, 1 in 4 couples sleeps alone, for all kinds of reasons, from noisy snoring, to different sleeping climates, to blanket hogging. When we sleep alone today, however, we aren’t worried about physical predators,…

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Camping Could Reset Your Biological Clock

Need to rejigger your internal alarm clock? An outdoor camping trip may help. It happens to the best of us: We stay up too late too many nights or sleep in too many weekends, and our biological clocks get out of whack. Once the circadian rhythm is disrupted it can be tough to reset. Fortunately,…

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5 Hacks to Make RVs Feel Like Home

The glamour of the open road is exactly why you love traveling with your home on wheels – the spectacular sunsets, the roadside diners, the serendipity and possibility at every turn. But, you don’t want to rough it, do you? That’s why you have an RV and not a tent and backpack. You want your…

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Waiting on Baby Luke

Brought to you by our featured guest blogger, Emily Ann Gemma, author and founder of The Sweetest Thing. Back in December I did a post (HERE) about choosing a Sleep Number® bed and why I love it. Now I’ll review the bed and share our experience with it. As I said in my post, I had heartburn issues…

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4 Ways Snoring + Camping Can Co-Exist

Is snoring an ancient mechanism designed to scare bears away from our ancestors’ sleeping spaces? It’s possible, says Dr. Kathleen Yaremchuk, an ear, nose and throat doctor who studies snoring. But that argument isn’t likely to keep fellow campers happy on your next camping trip. One snorer in camp can keep a whole tent, RV…

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What Your Sleep Schedule Says About Your Relationship

Married couples are more likely to go to sleep and wake up at the same time if the wife is happy with the relationship, research suggests. Happy wife, happy life, right? “Most of what is known about sleep comes from studying it at the individual level; however, for most adults, sleep is a shared behavior…

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Enter the Five Beds in Five Weeks Sweepstakes!

Tossing and turning all night? Enter the Five Beds in Five Weeks Sweepstakes for a chance to win a Sleep Number 360™ smart bed valued at over $5,477. Enter for a chance to win here. Sleep Number® Five Beds in Five Weeks Grand Prize includes: Queen Sleep Number 360™ i10 Smart Bed and Integrated Base…

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