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    td p{font-size: 14px;margin-bottom: 8px;line-height: 21px;} Nighttime is often prime time for worries and stress. A busy mind can make it difficult to relax, fall asleep, and maintain restful slumber. Weighted blankets have a reputation for promoting calm, which makes…
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    Looking for a way to boost your productivity at work? Think beyond to-do lists, calendars, and extra cups of coffee. Try getting a good night’s sleep consistently instead. Benefits of Getting Enough Sleep Sleep and quality job performance go hand in hand. When you get sufficient sleep, your health, well-being,…
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    The human body's sleep-wake circadian rhythm helps us rise with the sun and fall asleep after sunset. Unfortunately, being on a shift work schedule can disrupt this system, making it hard to fall asleep on time and feel refreshed for work the next day. Approximately
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    Sleep paralysis refers to an inability to move the body just as a person is falling asleep or waking up. During an episode of sleep paralysis a person remains fully conscious and able to breathe, yet feels paralyzed and may experience hallucinations. While episodes of sleep paralysis are brief and…
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    Weekday mornings can be a challenge for teenagers and their parents. Instead of waking up early in the morning to get to class, many teens would rather resist the call of their alarm and stay asleep in bed. Since sleep is vital to the developing minds and bodies of young…
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    td p{font-size: 14px;margin-bottom: 8px;line-height: 21px;} Mattresses typically use a layered construction to provide pressure relief and support. Arrangements vary based on mattress type and manufacturer, but most combine comfort, transitional, and support layers. Each component serves a specific function and affects the way a mattress feels. Comfort layers make up…
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    Many sleepers consider their pillow an integral sleep accessory. For some, it can be as essential as a comfortable mattress. Different sleepers require different types of pillows to achieve their best sleep posture. Most use traditional pillows of the appropriate loft and firmness to help support their heads and…
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    Individuals who struggle to get enough sleep may find it hard to come to work consistently or perform as well as they would like. A lack of sleep can also make it harder to stay alert on the job, remember important information, and respond quickly to workplace changes. The Americans…
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    Biphasic sleep is the practice of sleeping in two separate segments over 24 hours. Today, many people follow a monophasic sleep pattern and get all their sleep during one extended period, typically during the night. However, biphasic sleep was once common. Anthropologists and historians have described biphasic sleep patterns in…
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    Sometimes after a night of sleep or even a power nap, people find themselves waking up with drool on their face, pillow, or clothes. While the event may be embarrassing, drooling while sleeping is a common and normal occurrence. Drooling occurs when excess saliva spills out of the mouth.…