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Sleeping Pills

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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There are many basic health routines that improve both mental and physical health, but here’s an easy one that almost everyone likes: sleep. Get more, and do it better, and your night’s rest could be elevating your mood to “lottery winner” levels! It’s easy to make a few simple changes, and there’s lots of healthy […]

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You Control Your Sleep!

June 12, 2015

If you struggle with insomnia (tens of millions of people do!), research has a pretty consistent answer for you: your thoughts and habits have a lot of power to get you to fall asleep and sleep soundly. For instance, if you can’t fall asleep after 20 minutes, get up—do something that relaxes you, be productive […]

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Sleeping pills cause a fake sleep—you may go down without tossing and turning, and stay there until morning, but the next day you’ll be drowsy, unable to drive safely, and that’s if you didn’t get into trouble sleepwalking during the night. True sleep refreshes the brain. Your brain and body go through a number of […]

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Zolpidem, is the active ingredient in many sleeping pills, including Ambien. A new report states that more people are having adverse reactions to the pills, causing an increase in visits to the ER—about 220% more, with women ending up there far more than men (and that doesn’t even count people having accidents due to side-effects […]

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