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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7 Myths about Napping, Debunked

Is it possible to be too ‟type A” to take a nap? We partnered with The Huffington Post to separate fact from fiction when it comes to daytime dozing. Myth No. 1: You Shouldn’t Nap After a Certain Time of Day This is generally true. Nerina Ramlakhan, a physiologist specializing in sleep and the author of Tired…

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Is Melatonin a Safe Way to Help Kids Fall Asleep?

More and more parents are turning to over-the-counter melatonin to help their kids fall asleep faster. But is it a safe option? We partnered with The Huffington Post to take a look at the latest research. In increasing numbers, parents around the country are turning to over-the-counter melatonin in hopes that the drug will help…

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How to Get the Most Out of Your Flu Shot

It’s the heart of cold and flu season and not too late to get the flu vaccine, but be aware: Catching some Zzzs is crucial before you catch up on the immunization. We partnered with The Huffington Post to find out why. We are now officially in the cold and flu season. Although flu activity…

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Why You Sleep Better with One Foot Sticking Out of the Sheets

The ideal sleep temperature is around 65 degrees. Warm bedrooms make it more difficult to sleep, so it’s no surprise many of us sleep with one foot sticking out of the sheets. We partnered with The Huffington Post and created a video that gets to the bottom of this hairy situation. Watch the video and…

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