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Sleep

Some people know they need their beauty rest, while others insist they can function just fine on 4-6 hours. The truth is, not getting enough sleep (7-9 hours) has a measurable influence on your next day performance, whether you’re typing, driving, or an all star athlete. If you’re struggling to get your Zzzs, get help […]

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Health agencies really, really want you to get some exercise. You don’t have to get fit, sweat it out, or make major lifestyle changes—just get active for 11 minutes each day. A walk, some intense cleaning, anything that gets you up can moving can count. And while it may be better to get your heart […]

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Disrupt Insomnia

November 13, 2018

Lose sleep, and spend the next day feeling bad. Whether it’s occasional or a chronic problem, forgoing sleep or fighting insomnia can have adverse affects on your health. People who get less than 7 hours sleep face an increased risk of heart attacks, perform worse at work and driving (also giving them an increased risk […]

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Fight Modern Insomnia

October 29, 2018

Insomnia is nothing new, but a new, common, widespread cause of it sort of is: being overtired. If you’ve dealt with young children, you likely know all about being overtired—it’s when you miss getting them to sleep when they’re ready, and they get a second wind, and end up wound up and unable to sleep, […]

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Shorter days naturally take a toll on mental health. Less Vitamin D, less fresh air (when it gets too cold), often less exercise, and, the old fallacy is sort of true: our moods can be tied to the weather. Don’t wait until January to make a resolution, make one right now to support your mental […]

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