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The biggest obstacle to meeting health goals is often just getting started (and we’ve got tips for that here), but mostly, just start small. Once you’re going, there are often other problems. Sleep, joint pain, muscle tension, and even accidents. You don’t want to lose momentum once you’ve got it, so steal some of our […]

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You’ve probably read (or seen a headline) about how school should start later to accommodate the increased need for sleep and changing circadian rhythms; but adults, your sleep is important too! Studies on workers have shown that health, happiness, and productivity are all tied to enough sleep (and specifically, a supported circadian rhythm). How long […]

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It used to be more common to hear that you need less sleep as you age, but more people are hearing the truth: that 7-9 hours of sleep should stay consistent for your whole life (within that range depends on genetics). When you’re sick, you need more sleep, and that’s ok. You should always try […]

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You may have already read about a research article or two that ties the good bacteria that live in our gut to many other health factors, from heart health, to weight, to mood. Here’s another feather in the cap: if you support your gut with prebiotics (especially through events known to diminish gut health, like […]

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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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