Tag Archives: sleep

#Work Smarter to #LiveLonger

A new study is showing us, if you want to live longer, it may be wise to shorten your workday. Lean into the process, bosses. Time at work is not the problem, actually. It’s the way we spend time while … Continue reading

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#Eat Less, More #Sleep for #Health

Finding the fountain of youth is like chasing shadows. You know that sufficient sleep and exercise will do a body good but what can we eat to coerce the youthful glow? A new study says less is more for the … Continue reading

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#Sleep Your Way to a Healthier #Heart

A survey says 6 to 8 hours of sleep is the optimal amount for heart health. What happens if we get any more or any less?  According to this study, without hitting the sweet spot of sleep, you could be … Continue reading

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Don’t Let #Sleep Deprivation Ruin Your Social Life

Sleep is vital to survival. A new study has found that being sleep-deprived can infect a person with contagious loneliness. With all the health benefits of sleep, it makes sense. The study evaluated participants after undergoing sleep-deprivation. The people who … Continue reading

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#Time When You #Eat for #WeightControl

Would you believe that weight loss may have more to do with the time window of when we eat rather than the foods we eat? According to new book, this may be the great debate in weight. Most of us … Continue reading

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What’s the Purpose of REM Sleep?

The brain uses REM sleep as a way to keep the brain warm. When are car battery gets cold – it essentially loses charge. Our brains are not as easy to replace as a car battery. This may be the … Continue reading

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How Sleep Impacts Life Rhythms

Whatever your age, if you haven’t realized by this point in life that sleep or lack thereof affects your brain, this study is about to school you. A new study shows us that when we run on a deficit of … Continue reading

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Stranger than Fiction Myths on Sleep

The reasons we sleep are easy to see because it’s a bad-look when we’re dragging. Beyond what meets the eye, it restores our immune system, clears toxins from the  brain, balances hormones, and lowers blood pressure. Importance of sleep has … Continue reading

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Good Reason for Low Alcohol Consumption

Not too long ago, a study explained to us that we need to sleep in order to help facilitate the waste out of our brain. When I read the study, it seemed like flushing the toilet of junk-collected in our cebrospinal fluid. … Continue reading

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The Good News About Sleep

We’re finally winning, Americans! In the game of sleep, a survey finds that between the years of 2003-2016, we got about 17-minutes more sleep per night. That’s pretty incredible. The dark side of the sleep gains is that one-third of … Continue reading

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