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Are Adults Getting More or Less Sleep in the US?

According to a recent survey and study, American adults are getting less sleep now than ever. Between 2004 and 2012 Americans reported relatively stable cases of short sleep – basically less than 6 hours of sleep a night – but the numbers have been increasing since 2013. The study notes that this trend is especially noticeable in Hispanics and non-Hispanic blacks, which leads to debate on the raci...[Read More]

Gratitude for Sleep: Note it Down for Better Sleep

It is naturally easy to think about the bad than the good, but would it be beneficial to our health if we focused on the positive side of life a little more? A study done to show the effect of gratitude on sleep showed that going to bed with a positive attitude led to better quality of sleep. Those who register and note the things they are grateful for are more likely to sleep better than those wh...[Read More]

8 of the Best Sleep Apps to put you to Sleep

8 of the Best Sleep Apps to put you to Sleep Fact: we are meant to spend a third of our lives sleeping, but sadly, not many manage the recommended 7 hours per night. Matter of fact, 1 in 3 adults do not get close to the said 7 hours. Of course, lack of enough sleep is a result of many factors, including lifestyle changes – a sedentary lifestyle coupled with an unhealthy diet – as well as distracti...[Read More]

What sleep deprivation can do to your brain

by Dr. Mercola Science may still be discovering the mechanisms behind why sleep is so important to your health, but you have probably experienced waking up after a poor night’s sleep, feeling cranky, over-tired and mentally foggy. This is only a small fraction of the mental and physical health issues you may suffer from sleep deprivation. Sleep is one of the important pillars of good health, equal...[Read More]

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