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3 Reasons You Need To Start Getting More Sleep

Sleep, sleep sleep. It’s something that we all crave yet struggle to get. We’ve spoken about ways of getting a better night’s sleep before, and it’s probably worth checking that post out if you are someone that struggles to sleep at night! Still, why do we need to sleep? On a basic level, we know that it’s a way for us to recharge and get ready for the next day. If we didn’t sleep, our bodies just would not be able to function. We get that, but what are some of the other reasons you nee...
Tags: Fashion, Sleep, Weight Gain, Sleeping, Hormones, Sleep Routine, Health & Fitness, Melatonin, Sleep Problems, Sleep Quality


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At Fuorisalone’s Cortile d’Onore beginning September 4, Ledvance presents [email protected], a circadian rhythm-based LED concept that approximates full spectrum light. This matters because artificial lighting environments contain a preponderance of the single spectrum of blue light. Constant exposure to it can wreak havoc with our circadian rhythms and especially with melatonin production, thus damaging sleep. [email protected]’s full-spectrum light mimics natural sunlight, waxing and waning wi...
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Struggle To Sleep at Night? You May Suffer From One of These Common Sleep Disorders

Do you find yourself lying awake at night, unable to fall asleep? When morning comes, and you are still exhausted, it may be because you suffer from a sleep disorder. Not getting enough sleep can make it difficult to do your job productively, make it unsafe for you to drive, and contribute to chronic health problems and obesity. Read on to learn more about some of the most common sleep disorders and what you can do to stop this cycle of sleeplessness. Restless Leg Syndrome Restles...
Tags: Health, Fashion, Sleep, Insomnia, Sleep Disorders, Sleeping, Melatonin, Sleep Problems, Home Life, Sleep Apnea, Sleep Solutions, Restless Leg Syndrome


Dr. Andrew Huberman — A Neurobiologist on Optimizing Sleep, Enhancing Performance, Reducing Anxiety, Increasing Testosterone, and Using the Body to Control the Mind (#521)

Illustration via 99designs “Use the body to control the mind.” — Dr. Andrew Huberman Andrew Huberman, PhD (@hubermanlab), is a neuroscientist and tenured professor in the Department of Neurobiology at Stanford University’s School of Medicine. He has made numerous important contributions to the fields of brain development, brain function, and neural plasticity. Andrew is a McKnight Foundation and Pew Foundation fellow and recipient of the 2017 Cogan Award for his discoveries in the stud...
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The Worst Symptoms of Sleep Disorders and How to Cure Them

A sleep disorder is a condition in which your sleep gets impaired frequently, and you stay restless. This affects your productivity in the daytime, and you remain tired and lazy. Sleep is essential for your health. An inadequate amount of sleep can cause other chronic illnesses. Therefore it is crucial to treat sleep disorders.  A sleep disorder occurs when your pineal gland stops producing enough melatonin, a sleep hormone that regulates your circadian rhythms. As a result, it is usual...
Tags: Fashion, Sleep, Sleep Disorders, Sleeping, Sleep Routine, Health & Fitness, Melatonin, Sleep Problems, Sleep Habits, Sleep Quality, Sleep Solutions, Sleep Remedies, Sleep Trouble, Bounty Garden


What is blue light? How it affects your health, ways you can control your exposure, and when to use blue light glasses

Blue light is increasingly part of our every day lives as device use rises. Portra/Getty Images Blue light is a shorter-wavelength colored light found in everything from traditional light bulbs to computer and smartphone screens. Blue light is good for your body during the day, but at night blue light can affect your circadian clock and body's ability to produce melatonin, causing mild to more severe health effects. Experts say you can reduce the negative effects of blue light by wea...
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How to Fall Asleep After Waking Up

For many people, sleeping isn’t easy. Roughly 70 million Americans suffer from some kind of sleep disorder, according to the Cleveland Clinic, and around 100 million people in the U.S. don’t typically get enough sleep. The problem has become even more pronounced during the pandemic.Read more...
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These melatonin gummies are now my go-to sleep aid - they cut my nighttime restlessness in half and help me relax

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Hello Bello Research shows that melatonin may help promote sleep, and it's now common for people who have trouble falling asleep to take it.I recently tried Hello Bello's Sleep Well gummies and found they helped me fall asleep quicker and wake up less exhausted than drugstore melatonin.Aside from containing melatonin, the gummies also have three other key ingredients doctors recommend: Chamomile, l...
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Americans have turned to melatonin to soothe pandemic-induced stress. Experts worry high demand, little federal oversight, and insufficient data leave the industry ripe for scams.

Hollis Johnson/Insider American consumers spent $825,559,397 on melatonin supplements in 2020, representing a 42.6% year-over-year increase, according to Nielsen. Industry analysts expect the melatonin market to continue to grow, but a lack of federal oversight of supplements and sparse research into melatonin's long-term effects may harm consumers. As more sellers look to cash in on the melatonin hype, doctors ask Americans to use caution when shopping. Visit Business Insider's homepage ...
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3 Sleep Supplements For Proven Better Night’s Rest

If you’re anything like me, you sometimes find yourself up late at night replaying parts of the day through your head. It can make it tremendously difficult to fall asleep! I’ve been working on optimizing my bedtime routine, and make sure I: Avoid electronic devices after 8pm (keep your phone out of the bedroom!)Eat an earlier dinner, so I have plenty of time to digestListen to a Calm “bedtime story” if I’m having trouble clearing my mind Sometimes this just isn’t enough though – thi...
Tags: Fashion, Sleeping, Sleep Routine, Health & Fitness, Lavender, Melatonin, Sleep Problems, Sleep Habits, Home Life, Chamomile, Mattress, Sleep Solutions, Sleep Remedies, Sleep Supplements


Dream Nighttime CBD Gummies

Each of Colorado-based Mandara’s Dream CBD gummies boasts 30mg of oil extracted from refined, THC-free hemp plants. Though full-spectrum oils offer a suite of benefits, CBD isolate (as it appears here) works with melatonin to help users fall asleep—and stay asleep. Third-party tested, Farm Bill compliant, and grown without the use of pesticides or GMOs, Mandara’s source hemp proves to be a sound introductory to …
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Mom’s Secrets For Getting A Full Night’s Sleep

How do you get a full night’s sleep? Sleep is first and foremost in any person’s life, whether you have six kids or you’re a bachelorette. No matter who you are and what you do for a living, sleep is essential! Don’t let anybody tell you it isn’t. Sleep is the time period in any 24 hours where your system switches off the outer services and goes into recovery mode for the damage it has incurred all day. Needless to say, if you have any illnesses or incapacities, this is the time when these ...
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Buy: Melatonin Spray

Whether traveling between time-zones, on long-haul flights, or simply having restless nights, melatonin is—of course—a common, natural sleep aid. Usually it's taken in tablet form, but Sprayable Sleep offers something different. This innovative, patent...... Continue Reading...
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6 Science-Backed Sleep Remedies

Sleeping pills are big business: About 1 in 25 adults has taken a prescription sleep medicine in the last month, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control. And according to Consumer Reports, Americans spent $41 billion on sleep aids and remedies in 2015—a number that’s expected to reach $52 billion by 2020. But…
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When Time Changes, But You Don’t: Top Tips for Adjusting to a Drasticaly Different Time Zone

There’s nothing most of us love more than escaping our everyday lives and environment for an exotic experience abroad. Whether it’s sinking your toes into perfectly white sand or going skiing across snowy mountains, almost all vacations abroad come with one significant negative: jet lag. Shown to cause many unwanted effects many of us aren’t... Read More » The post When Time Changes, But You Don’t: Top Tips for Adjusting to a Drasticaly Different Time Zone appeared first on A Happy Hippy Mom.
Tags: Travel, Parenting, Sleep, Jet Lag, Melatonin, Apalon Apps, Time Zone


10 Ways to Beat Insomnia and Get Better Sleep

Two-and-a-half years ago, I experienced a terrible case of insomnia. I took the sleeping drug Lunesta (eszopiclone), which afforded me a few wonderful nights’ sleep until I realized it substantially increased my anxiety during the day. Within a week on the drug, I became addicted, experiencing more and more withdrawal (anxiety) symptoms. Other sleep aids had the same effect — even over-the counter medications like Benadryl (diphenhydramine). So I was forced to figure out how to get my sleep back...
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You Asked: What’s the Best Sleeping Pill?

Depends on your symptoms. But experts say any pill is a short-term fix, not a solution.
Tags: News, Sleep, Uncategorized, Insomnia, Sleep Disorder, Ambien, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Melatonin, Sleep Problems, Antidepressant, CBT, Trouble Sleeping


Album Stream: A Tribe Called Quest ‘We Got It from Here… Thank You 4 Your Service’

It has been 18 years since A Tribe Called Quest’s last studio LP, 1998’s The Love Movement. Following the untimely death of ATCQ founding member Phife Dawg in March, the Queens-based collective deliver their sixth and final album We Got It from Here… Thank You 4 Your Service. First recorded late last year after the legendary group reunited for an unforgettable performance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, the 16-track double album is now available hours before its intended release a...
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Spectral Edge launches Nighteq to help consumers sleep better after watching TV

Demonstrates innovative video personalisation technology on IPTV set top box at OTTtv World Summit Cambridge, and London, UK, 7 November 2016: Multiple studies have shown that blue light can reduce melatonin production, resetting body clocks and making it difficult to sleep after watching TV or using tablets/laptops. To combat this issue, Spectral Edge (www.spectraledge.co.uk) today...
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Board Question #87814: Can you build a tolerance for Benadryl? I've been having ...

Q: Dear 100 Hour Board,Can you build a tolerance for Benadryl? I've been having trouble sleeping (at night), and Melatonin and generic sleep-aid don't work for me at all. Doc mentioned Benadryl as safe, but I'm worried I'll just get a tolerance for that too. -Pills & Pillows A: Dear you, According to this website, chronic use of Benadryl to treat insomnia can result in building up a tolerance, as well as other issues. Benadryl is really the sort of thing that would be better if you were only u...
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Psychology Around the Net: August 27, 2016

The latter part of August is when most kids are headed back to school in America, and while many parents take this time to post first-day-of-school photos (as well as jokingly posting a few thoughts on their kids heading back to school!), there’s one topic that’s even more serious: bullying. (Of course, I realize this is a major issue for kids around the globe.) According to StopBullying.gov, children who are often at risk for being bullied are “perceived as different from their peers,” “dep...
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When Symptoms of Depression Strike in the Summer

Most of us are familiar with seasonal affective disorder (SAD). During the short, cold, dark days of winter, 4 to 6 percent of people feel depressed, lethargic, pessimistic and even hopeless. They may eat more and sleep too much. But you might be less familiar with another type of seasonal affective disorder: depression that sparks in the summer, which about 10 percent of people with SAD experience. Summertime depression is essentially the opposite of wintertime depression. “People tend to lose ...
Tags: Psychology, General, Sleep, Happiness, Summer, Disorders, Stress, Self-help, Depression, Seasonal Affective Disorder, Hopelessness, Electronic Devices, Mental Health And Wellness, Dysthymia, Major Depressive Disorder, Melatonin


Everything You Need to Know About How Light Affects Your Sleep

Modern life is all about innovating our way out of our inabilities. We’re not meant to fly, or live 20 stories in the air, or speak to a friend in New Zealand. And (buzzkill alert) we’re not meant to be awake when the sun don’t shine. Of all that we can now do, the latter may be the most universal. If we’ve mastered anything, it’s light. For the large part, this is good news; extra hours in the “day” mean we can socialize longer and get more work done.Read more...
Tags: Health, Republished, Sleep, Rest, Insomnia, New Zealand, Melatonin, life-hacks


How Melatonin Helps You Sleep

If you’re having trouble sleeping, melatonin is a popular and easy remedy. It’s effective for many people, doesn’t have any serious safety issues, and is available as pills or gummies for pennies a dose. It’s also misunderstood, though: melatonin is not a traditional sleeping pill.Read more...
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$100 Superior Source Vitamins giveaway 5/5

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I Don’t Know What to Do with My Insomnia Anymore

Hi, I am 15 and I have been with insomnia for a couple months. I have school and can’t sleep And this is making me so sad. It is making me feel emotionally broken. And it is killing my self esteem. I’ve been in therapy for the past 5 years. I exercise and meditate but with insomnia it feels like nothing is helping. Not even those strong pills. I AM so tired And need to get some rest and my parents are very angry with me because of it. Please, what can I do? A. Are you taking prescribed medicatio...
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Better Sleep for a Better Life

While getting seven to eight hours of sound sleep each night is easier said than done, there are adjustments you can make to improve your odds of a good night’s sleep. And what you do in the hours before you go to bed could matter most. More than 90 percent of Americans use electronic communications in the hour before they go to bed. Allowing such stressors into your pre-sleep time is only going to keep you awake. A 2014 study suggests that late-night smartphone use is bad for your work the foll...
Tags: Technology, General, Sleep, Research, Light, Stress, Self-help, Sunlight, Blood Pressure, Hypertension, Lighting, Dreams, Electronic Devices, Mental Health And Wellness, Health-related, Industrial And Workplace


Sleep & Enter Sandman: More Than Just a Song

“You need to improve your sleep hygiene?” my counselor admonished me in her straightforward tone. “Sure, I probably need to floss more frequently. But I brush my teeth a couple of times a day and always — always — before bed,” I cheekily responded. She was too diplomatic to say what she was truly thinking. I knew. She furrowed her brow and continued. “Matt, you need to sleep. You can’t function on your current schedule.” I hemmed and hawed. Slumping my shoulders ever so slightly, I conceded. I...
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Trouble Sleeping? Your TV, Computer or Phone May Be the Cause

Sleep is the foundation of good health, including your mental health. A poor night’s sleep starts the day off at a deficit. It’s like a boxer fighting with one hand tied behind his back. The problem is that most people don’t know what’s causing their poor sleep. They may think it’s stress, or feeling over-worked, or troubles in a relationship. All of those things could very well be contribute to a poor night’s sleep. But an overlooked aspect of poor sleep is the proliferation of computer screens...
Tags: Psychology, Iphone, Apple, Technology, General, Sleep, Research, Insomnia, Seasonal Affective Disorder, Screen, Circadian Rhythms, Jet Lag, Blue Light, Melatonin, Sleep Problems, Circadian Rhythm