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  2. Does “Sleepy Tea” Actually Help You Get to Sleep?

    You’ve seen the soothing and reassuring boxes of herbal tea on the shelves of your local grocery store that call to you when you’re having trouble sleeping – they say “Just drink this and you’ll drift off to Dream Land” with their cute little pajama-clad bears or alluringly steaming mugs of drowsiness. But do they really deliver on their promises?...

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  3. The Hidden Benefits of Toddlers Ditching Naptime

    Many parents live for the peace and quiet that comes along with their little one going down for a nap, and the thought of losing that small slice of golden silence during the day can cause some serious concern for what the future might hold. But what if you were to learn that there are some actual benefits to your...

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  4. 8 Tips for Being a More Efficient Sleeper

    When it comes to sleep, it’s not just about how much you’re getting – quality definitely counts! And just like measuring the effectiveness of energy or education, we can also measure the quality of our sleep. A simple way to measure your sleep efficiency is with this equation: time spent in bed ÷ time asleep. How did you measure up?...

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  5. Neuroscientist Warning: This Bedtime Routine is Ruining Your Sleep

    Pretty much every one of us follows the exact same pre-bedtime routine – we get into our PJs, head for the bathroom, flip on the lights, and brush our teeth clean of the food and grime of the day. But according to some neuroscientists at the Oxford University in England, we might want to reconsider our nightly oral hygiene routine...

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  6. Got Back Pain? Your Sleep Position Might Be to Blame!

    Everyone has a favorite position for falling asleep – back, side, or stomach – even if the majority of us (60% of U.S. adults, according to the American Chiropractic Association) end up switching in the night. Sleep in Motion During our various sleep cycles, we tend to move from our sides to our backs, and then onto our sides again...

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