What’s Your Couple Sleep Style?

Do you and your partner love to spoon, or do you cringe at the idea of touching during sleep? Research at the University of Hertfordshire found the most popular sleep styles for couples were back to back (42 percent) and facing the same direction (31 percent). Only 4 percent spent the night facing one another…

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What Does A Good Night’s Rest Do For You? We Want To Know!

To make your life better in eight hours or less, you could whizz through a stack of self-help books or spend an inordinate amount of time cleaning and rearranging your home. But there’s an easier way! As it turns out, a good night’s sleep is literally empowering. It gives you the physical energy to power…

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What Do Your Dreams Say About Your Sleep Quality?

A good night’s sleep is far more nuanced than simply putting in your seven to nine hours and calling it a day. Good, healthy sleep means feeling rested upon waking. It means not having chronic bad dreams or nightmares. And it turns out that the difference between a smile-filled slumber and a fearful one isn’t…

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Want A Better Night’s Sleep? Start By Eating Lunch Outside

If you’re hoping to score a night of sound sleep, look no further than the nearest window. Sunlight can influence the quality of your sack time in ways you may not expect. Check out this video from The Huffington Post to learn more about the #PowerOfSleep. Just like diet and exercise, sleep is unique to each…

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Pink Noise Could Be The Sleep Solution Of Your Dreams

When you’re sound asleep, are you asleep to all sounds? Research suggests that we’re still listening when our bodies are in snooze mode. Ours brain are still awake and processing expected sounds, like the hum of noise machines. But a sudden sound that goes bump in the night? That’s another story. Check out this video…

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Afternoon Slump Got You Down? There’s A Nap For That

There’s a reason you, like clockwork, feel sluggish when 3 p.m. rolls around each day. Scientists call it the circadian dip, and it happens because our bodies regulate periods of wakefulness and sleepiness, the latter of which peaks for most adults during the nighttime hours of 2 and 4 a.m., and the daytime hours of…

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Sleep-Starved: The Obesity and Sleep Connection

We all know as adults what it takes to lose weight and as parents how to prevent our children from packing on unhealthy pounds in the first place: diet and exercise are the two pillars of any weight-reduction/obesity prevention program. But what if there was a third approach we have been largely ignoring, which could…

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Not All Positions Are Created Equal

Your sleep position says a lot about you, like whether you’re a lover or a fighter, or a space saver or a bed hog. But could your bedtime bearings be doing you wrong? There’s evidence some sleep postures might be more restful than others. Check out this video from The Huffington Post to learn more about the…

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