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How to Enjoy Peaceful Nights with Sleep Maintenance Insomnia Light Therapy

Do you struggle to sleep properly? Do you wake up in the middle of the night and find that you are unable to fall asleep again? If this is you, then you may suffer from sleep maintenance insomnia. This is one of the most common sleeping disorders, and ...

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How to Damage Your Health by Building Your Sleep Debt

Categories: Sleep, Stress, Weight Management

Do you get enough sleep? As stress levels rise in the modern world, the amount of sleep that most people get is dropping. Unfortunately, you can’t skip sleeping or sleep less than you need without consequences. If you don’t get enough sleep then the de ...

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Sleep Training: Why Everyone May Need It Someday

When you hear the words sleep training, probably the first thing that comes to mind is teaching a baby to sleep through the night. However, even adults sometimes need sleep training, especially when you suffer from Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome (AFS). In to ...

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Phosphorylated Serine May Help Take Care Of Insomnia

Elevated cortisol levels may result in numerous health issues like chronic sleeplessness, weight gain, acne, blood pressure issues, and irritability. The causes of these elevated cortisol levels may include constant exposure to stress, problems with yo ...

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Hack Your Bio-Rhythm: The Relationship Between Melatonin and Cortisol

One of the best ways to get the most out of your health and vitality is to work with – not against – your natural biological clock, especially the circadian rhythm. The circadian rhythm is responsible for the 24-hour internal clock that orchestrates yo ...

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HPA Axis Markers: The Missing Link in Managing Health Problems

There’s a big difference between conventional medicine and functional medicine, and it has to do with how you look at the health of a patient. Do you try to decipher which organ or system is creating symptoms, or do you look at the entire patient’s bod ...

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A “Second Wind” Can Disturb Your Sleep, Especially If You Have Adrenal Fatigue

Some people are happy to get a “second wind,” suddenly finding they have more energy to complete a task or stay awake longer. But if you get a second wind when you are trying to sleep, you could have a problem on your hands. A second wind that keeps yo ...

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The Hidden Link Between Sleep and Weight Loss

Weight loss is a serious issue in society and on a personal level for a lot of people. Not only does excess weight affect the way you look, but it also has a direct impact on your overall health and wellbeing. And losing weight can be very difficult. H ...

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Health Hazards of Daylight Savings Time

Are you aware that the majority of adults need an average of between seven and nine hours of sleep per day in order to function properly? And did you know that your body uses this period to heal itself? Or that a disruption to your normal sleep cycle c ...

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Natural And Effective Sleep Problem Solutions

Having a good night sleep gives you a great boost of energy you need to start your day. In the world of smartphones and busy lifestyles, the importance of getting a good night’s sleep is often ignored. Over 30 to 50 percent of the American population e ...

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