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I received an email from a woman who has been suffering from sleep problems for years, asking for advice on what to do to improve her sleep.
Imagine this story. A woman has high cholesterol, requiring her to take a pill to lower her numbers. This causes her muscles to feel sore, inducing her to take routine pain medications.
You have been staying up late two nights in a row working from home finishing office work.
There’s a big presentation coming up tomorrow morning and you want to get good sleep.
College students regularly complain of being tired, not getting enough sleep, or not being able to focus on tests.
You check off the items on the list to help you get a night of restful sleep -- a good bedtime hour, comfortable night wear, soothing lighting, the right room temperature.
It’s Sunday night, the weekend is over, it’s time to turn in early and get a good night’s sleep, so you'll wake up fresh and ready for work in the morning.
Insomnia is a sleep disorder where a person finds it difficult to fall asleep and stay asleep for the duration of the intended time in bed.
I am often asked about supplements to help people get better sleep. Anyone that has worked with me knows how much I value sleep as an integral part of my treatment plans with patients.
It seems as though we are caught up in the tangle of urban living only to harm our bodies.
There is some disturbing news from the scientific community based on research that those who have trouble sleeping or experience poor qualit
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