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Electronics and technology make life simpler in many ways, but when it comes to sleep we could do without the distraction and light of our cell phones and tablets.
I have noticed an increased volume of Facebook postings by friends lamenting about being awake at 3 a.m. and unable to go back to sleep.
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There are those days when you can’t seem to remember even the simplest things, like where you put your keys, or that you had a doctor’s appointment.
The summer sun can be wonderful, but it can bring some interesting complications to your ability to get adequate sleep.
You’ve tried dietary supplements, relaxation techniques, exercise — even warm milk, but you can’t fall or stay asleep.
You’re not alone.
Millions of women experience disturbed sleep at the time of menopause.
You may have missed National Napping Day on Monday, March 11 but that doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the benefits of napping for the rest of the year.
It’s that time of year again. Daylight saving time is just around the corner, and many Americans are still struggling to get a proper night of rest.
Sleep disturbances are common in people with cancer — especially those who are undergoing chemotherapy or other types of treatment, or survivors who've been treated in the past.
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