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On Why Sleeping Well Is Important

Sleep time is one of the most important parts of the day. Quality sleep can help you prevent mental and physical problems, improve your overall quality of life.

During sleep  several areas of your body are busy, keeping the brain healthy as well as several other parts of the body.

Sleep deficiency has an impact on your health. Sleep deficiency raises your risk of chronic health problems. Your behavior, cognitive  and social skills might also be affected.

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Overcoming Insomnia – How to Establish Good Sleep Patterns

Do you stay awake all night and sleep all day? Do you lie around all the time but never get rested? Do you have trouble getting to sleep? Are you able to get to sleep, but wake up frequently throughout the night? Do you believe you are sleeping long enough, but you still wake up tired? Continue reading

Sleep Disorders – Snoring – Sleep Disorder Treatments

There you are, all tucked in between the covers, ready to drift off to sleep, when your partner begins snoring it rattles the walls. It looks like another sleepless night – and possibly a strained relationship. Before committing your snoring partner to multiple sleep disorders surgeries, there are some things you can do to restore sleep to your household. Continue reading

Google Says – Getting Enough Sleep Improves Health and Work Performance

Overall, 30 percent of employed U.S. adults reported getting less than six hours of sleep a night, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in its report. The National Sleep Foundation recommends that healthy adults get seven to nine hours of sleep. Continue reading

The Human Growth Hormone – HGH and Exercise

The human growth hormone HGH is something we all want more of. It builds muscle, burns fat, helps you resist heart disease, and protects your bones — among many other health benefits. By exercising and increasing your muscle mass, growth hormone raises your resting metabolic rate and gives you more power for your workouts. It also helps you tap into your fat stores for fuel and discourages your fat cells from absorbing or holding on to any fat floating around in your bloodstream. Continue reading