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If you live in the United States (except for Arizona, Hawaii, and the U.S. Virgin Islands), the creepy sleep robbers stole an hour from you on Sunday.
In the United States, about 25 percent of the population has occasional sleeping problems, while 10 percent of the population has chronic sleeping problems, according to MedlinePlus.
In small doses, stress can be beneficial — it can be that boost you need to get everything done. But too much can have negative consequences.
Sleep, or the lack of it, can affect every single one of us, and our mental health.
If you have been having trouble sleeping at night, you may have considered supplements to help you sleep. But how well do they work?
You are not on any medications that interfere in sleep, and you do not have
It is the wee hours of the night and you are tossing and turning in your bed. Your partner and or pet are snoring away and you can’t catch any ZZZZZs.
After undergoing stressful or traumatic events, people often struggle with ways to cope emotionally.
An adult needs on average eight hours of sleep a night in order to remain healthy. Some need around 10 hours of shut eye before they can function without feeling sleepy.
A recent study by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) showed "more than 8.3 million adults in the U.S.
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