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Poor digestion can cause subtle discomfort—a sluggish afternoon, poor sleep, or just crabbiness—or it can cause large disruptions—an increasingly limited diet, insomnia, and disruptive stomach pain. Some people have food triggers, sometimes it’s the amount, or a change in diet and then for some it’s just everything. Struggling through elimination diets, carefully combing through ingredient […]

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There’s a Sleep Shortage

September 28, 2017

One in three Americans aren’t getting enough sleep. That means that one in three Americans are at an increased risk of heart attacks, stroke, cancer, mental distraction, and just general misery as their bodies continue to struggle to keep up. What exactly constitutes the “right” amount of sleep, and how can you keep up? The […]

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In many cases, a basic solution may be the right answer to a complex problem. For mental health problems like depression, hallucinations, and anxiety, focusing on getting more sleep might clear up symptoms for some people. A study offered people with insomnia Cognitive Behavior Therapy as treatment, and compared to a group with no therapy, […]

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A report has found that art, in all its forms, may promote health and well-being. It may even save the medical system so much money that it’s worth “prescribing”. Two years of research has found evidence that art may help keep you well, recover from illness, live longer, and save money. One of the studies […]

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nless you’re younger, or sick, then you need more!). There are ways you can work summer days in your favor, and you can always use natural sleep support for better sleep. Start by looking at the glass as half full: there are lots of ways that summer can help you get more sleep, if you’ll […]

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