Sleep Patterns Lead to Diagnosis and Treatment of Dementia0

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Too Stressed to Sleep0

Sometimes falling asleep can be more difficult than we think it should be.   Perhaps you find yourself tossing and turning in bed, unable to shut off your thoughts.   Even when you seemingly fall asleep, anxiety dreams take over, such as missing an assignment or appointment at work or school.   Eventually you wake up even more […]

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RhinoMed Pronto Nasal Vapor Inhaler0

Pronto is the latest product release from Rhinomed, an airway technology company that also makes Mute nasal dilators. Pronto is a nasal vapor inhaler with a dual action. It opens the nose to improve airflow and delivers the vapors from the company’s proprietary blends of pure essential oils. The Pronto Sleep essential oil blend includes […]

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How Light Can Be Good, Bad, Or Ugly [Podcast 68]0

In this episode, Kathy and I have an enlightening discussion about the good, bad, and ugly aspects of light. Some of the topics covered will be: How light exposure can affect your appetite hormones and cause weight gain How sun exposure may lower your risk of cancer Why working at night may increase your risk […]

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The Importance of Sensory Stimulation for Baby’s Sleep0

Babies go through an extremely delicate developmental phase between their birth and 18 months. While you may claim (with absolute justification) that each developmental stage of a child is just as delicate before they reach adulthood, it is also fairly undeniable that, within the first 18 months, every imaginable physical and psychological dimension of your […]

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How to Introduce Your Dog and Baby0

Bringing your baby home to meet your dog can be a confusing and stressful experience, especially for your dog. They’ll likely not have been around many babies before and their world is going to be filled with new sights, smells and all sorts of other changes. Thankfully, expecting parents have plenty of time to prepare […]

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Stress Free Family Holidays: 3 Ways to Prepare For Take Off0

Whether you’re opting for a staycation or jetting off to foreign climes, holidays are always a great way to spend quality time together as a family. However, especially with young children, it’s to be expected that there’ll be a few hiccups along the way. So, to pull off a smooth-running, fun and relaxing vacation for […]

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5 Things To Know Before You Buy Blue Light Blocking Glasses0

How much time do you spend thinking about your light consumption? If you’re like most people, the answer is: not enough. Controlling light exposure isn’t something our pre-industrial, pre-digital ancestors had to worry about. But in today’s perpetually lit-up world, it’s important for us all to regulate how we consume light–and the timingof light our […]

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Habits to Avoid for a Great Night’s Sleep0

Habits to Avoid for a Great Night’s Sleep Around one in three adults in America don’t get their recommended seven to nine hours of sleep a night and far from being a necessary burden, it is often the result of specific lifestyle choices. Sometimes, adults cannot help facing the effects of altered circadian rhythms. This is the […]

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8 Common Sleep Myths Debunked0

Even in the modern age with all of the information we could possibly desire available at our finger tips, myths and falsehoods about all subjects still abound. And while we can’t help clear the air about myths still circulating in other fields of interest, we can help set the record straight about common sleep myths. […]

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