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It may seem obvious that the amount of sleep we get would impact our mental health—after all, sleep is critical for the brain!—but you may not realize how deeply and immediately a sleep affects us. According to a new study, following a poor night’s sleep the amount of suicidal thoughts increases, especially in patients who […]

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Days are getting longer and brighter, and if you’re a light sleeper, that can make it harder to get the sleep you need. Stay ahead of it before spring officially arrives with some basic good sleep practices, and if you need an extra boost, our Sleep Support Pack.

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Everyone has experienced the fatigue of not enough sleep at some point. Sometimes it’s a chronic problem because of ongoing illness, anxiety, or congestion. Other times it’s an all-nighter, and there’s that almost delirious second-wave of energy the next day. You know you need sleep, but you may not realize how your brain hurts itself […]

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For some, insomnia is a year round struggle. Others think of sleep disruption as a summer problem when the days are busy and the nights short. But winter can cause (or exacerbate) sleep problems, too. Since sleep is one of the pillars of good health, longevity, and happiness, it’s worth keeping yourself on track, and […]

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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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