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    Can’t sleep? Check your stress level.  Seven out of ten adults in the U.S. say that they experience anxiety on a daily basis, and this stress is often at the root of sleep issues, including insomnia. Whether a fight with your spouse, a deadline, or financial angst is keeping…
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    Stuck tossing and turning when it's time to sleep? Discover some surprising ways that you might be shortchanging your shuteye in the hours leading up to bedtime—and how to reverse course. You eat dinner too late. Late work hours can lead to late-night dining. But eating like you're in Europe…
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    The right alarm clock can make early mornings easier—and even fun. Whether you’re someone who bounds out of bed at the first beep or slaps the snooze button, there’s a gadget that suits your sleep style. If You’re a Sound Sleeper... Are you guilty of snoozing through the beeping? End…
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    You probably know that you should be sleeping seven to nine hours a night, but do you really know why? It’s not just that you’ll feel more energy (although that’s a definite plus). There are a lot of other benefits that arise when you prioritize sleep. That’s because while…
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    Reason number 4,597 to finally commit to regular exercise: It's been proven time and again to improve your nightlife (sleep, that is). People who work out both drift off faster and wake up less during the night, netting better overall sleep. And that means waking up feeling more refreshed—and more…
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    Just like some foods can give you a huge boost of energy, others can make you feel pleasantly sleepy, meaning they’re perfect for eating with dinner or as an evening snack. These are five things—three foods and two drinks—that may improve your zzz's. Whole grain crackers: You’ve probably heard…
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    Chances are, by the time your baby is a year old, you've finally settled into a comfortable rhythm of a morning and afternoon nap. But for most toddlers, somewhere between the first birthday and the second, that second nap disappears. While you may worry about your little one…
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    Most people sleep during the hours that make the most sense for their professional, family, and social lives. Their awakening times are largely determined by these responsibilities and commitments, whereas when they go to sleep often depends on their personal preferences and evening activities. Most adults need seven to…
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    Your clock or phone alarm might have a snooze option, but it’s worth it to pretend that it doesn’t exist. The extra sleep that you can get by hitting snooze comes in small chunks and isn’t good quality—and it can actually do you some harm. Since the snooze session doesn’t…
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    Getting enough sleep is central to living your best life—from staying safe on the road to being productive on the job. Adults typically need seven to nine hours a night, but for about 40 percent of Americans, that much shuteye is an elusive goal. The average is more like 6.8 hours—12 minutes…