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This week, the clock moved back an hour. Most people enjoyed that hour of extra sleep, and got a better start to their Mondays. It’s a nice end to how daylight savings began: springing clocks forward, and creating a huge spike in heart attacks the following Monday. It’s a pretty noticeable difference, and it comes […]

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Experts: You Need More Sleep

October 13, 2017

There’s a measurable effect from lack of sleep, from monetary cost, to lost efficiency, to changes in mood and health (including weight), to an impact on lifespan. Sleep is the cause and solution to so many problems that experts are on a mission to get Americans to sleep more, because right now, most aren’t getting […]

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A nap in the middle of an average day isn’t being lazy, it’s boosting your mood, creativity, memory, and focus. And with a sleep shortage going on, more sleep is important for our health, especially heart health. If you’re already getting enough sleep at night, just a 15 to 20 minute nap will be enough […]

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Research is pretty clear: for patients of Chronic Disease Syndrome, exercise probably won’t help, it might even do harm. Exercise is generally talked about as a panacea, as preventing everything from cancer, to insomnia, to depression, but when it comes to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, exercise (despite years of doctors recommending otherwise) may do more harm […]

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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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