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Fall into Healthy Sleep Habits

Fall into Healthy Sleep Habits

The fall season is here and what better time to snuggle up on the couch with a warm blanket and warm cider while enjoying the changing leaves outside? The chillier weather can also bring about a sleep-altering season. Read on to discover ways to sleep better during the fall months.
Snoring’s Toll on Mental Health

Snoring’s Toll on Mental Health

Most people who experience poor sleep report that it affects their mood, but does it also affect mental health? Answer: Yes, it does. Sleep is closely connected to our mental and emotional health and has been linked to mental conditions including anxiety, bipolar disorder, and depression.
Get Fit, Stop Snoring

Get Fit, Stop Snoring

Studies show that those who experience poor sleep are less active than those who have healthy sleep cycles. People with certain sleep disorders are typically not as likely to exercise. Adults with insomnia tend to be less active than those without insomnia.
Salt and its Effect on Sleep

Salt and its Effect on Sleep

Salt in excess can increase your blood pressure and, even worse, put you at risk for heart disease. If that alone doesn't make you aware, new studies show a direct link between higher daily salt intake and the quantity of sleep you achieve each night.
Stress, Sleep and Snoring: A Vicious Cycle

Stress, Sleep and Snoring: A Vicious Cycle

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has altered every aspect of American life, including health, employment, and education. The American Psychological Association warns that the negative mental health effects of the coronavirus will be serious and long-lasting.
Spring into Good Sleeping Habits

Spring into Good Sleeping Habits

It's that time of year: Daylight Savings Time is here, and it’s time for us all to spring forward. For many, Monday is a day when they feel exhausted. In fact, the average person sleeps 40 minutes less the night following Daylight Savings Time than on a typical night.
The Cost of Snoring is No Joke

The Cost of Snoring is No Joke

Snoring can be costly in many ways. Relationships are the first to be impacted. According to a Better Sleep Council survey, 26 percent of people say they sleep better when alone than with a partner.
Why it Pays to be a “Regular Sleeper”

Why it Pays to be a “Regular Sleeper”

Getting regular sleep offers multiple benefits. Studies show time and...
Poor Sleep is a Safety Hazard. Here’s Why.

Poor Sleep is a Safety Hazard. Here’s Why.

Join us in recognizing National Sleep Awareness Week, March 14-20, 2021. Snuggle up and catch all the Zzzs. You owe it to yourself to get those extra hours you need.
Why Snoring May Impact Your Heart Health

Why Snoring May Impact Your Heart Health

February is the month of love and chocolates, but it's also American Heart Month. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the US...
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