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Did you know your brain does chores while you sleep?

“It’s like a dishwasher,” says Dr. Maiken Nedergaard, a University of Rochester School of Medicine professor. You’d never guess she’s talking about your brain. It’s true — studies show that during sleep, your brain circulates cerebrospinal fluid throughout the brain and nervous system. It pumps new fluid into the brain to refresh the old fluid. […]

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Sleep Better When Travelling

Sleep Better When You Travel With These Tips

It’s the first night of an important business trip, and you’re tossing and turning on a lumpy hotel-room bed. You’re on vacation and have a long, eventful day planned for tomorrow, but your feet are hanging off the edge of the couch your friend generously offered. Whether you’re dealing with tight, scratchy sheets at a […]

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Block out Light for Better Sleep

It’s no secret that one of the components of a good night’s sleep is a dark, cool room. But not everyone gets that luxury. Even a bright alarm clock can put out enough light to be detected through closed eyelids. In fact, over 26 percent of workers in the U.S. work odd hours and plan […]

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Eat healthy foods for more energy!

Celebrate The New Year

For many, a New Year’s Eve celebration is not complete without good friends and fun times. But with an all night celebration, comes the difficulty of staying up all night! This can be a challenge when you are used to a regular 9 to 5 schedule. Since most jobs don’t let employees have January 1st […]

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Sleep Better to Live Better

How much sleep is enough sleep?

Do you dream of achieving the perfect 8-hour sleep schedule? Well, you may need to keep dreaming. After all, the ideal amount of sleep doesn’t come in a one-size fits all solution. In fact, oversleeping can make you feel just as lethargic as sleeping too little, and 8 hours may not be the magic number for you. […]

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Poor Sleep Puts Young Adults at Greater Risk for Heart Disease

Poor sleep habits can lead to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease in adolescents. As a result of poor quality sleep, many young adults lack energy and adopt poor lifestyle habits like using caffeine to stay awake, spending too much time on screens. A lack of quality sleep can affect your short-term memory and learning abilities according to CNN’s The Chart. Adolescents […]

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