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    CPAP machines are designed to help people who suffer from sleep apnea feel better. These machines increase airflow during the night, helping you breathe better so you can sleep without disruption. But for the machine to work well and keep you healthy, you do need to keep…
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    Feeling foggy and forgetful these days? One key to sharpening your memory may be reworking your sleep schedule so that you get more shuteye, since your brain works overtime while you’re in bed to help boost your ability to remember. A healthy dose of sleep can help you...…
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    Sleep is one of the best medicines when it comes to fighting off colds. It's a big booster for your immune system, improving your body's ability to fend off viruses before they take hold. And when you do get sick, adequate sleep helps you bounce back faster, in part by…
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    You know that you feel better after logging enough hours of shuteye at night. But the benefits go deeper than your next-day energy level. Find out how adequate sleep can help keep your body working at its best, protecting you from some of the most common ailments. It decreases inflammation.…
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    Whether you didn’t log as many hours of sleep as you wanted to last night or you just feel more tired than usual, a 20-minute nap may be just what you need. In that short amount of time, you can improve your mood and energy level, and make it…
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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…