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Getting the Restful Sleep You Deserve

Getting the Restful Sleep You Deserve

Everyone is looking for new ways to get restful sleep. We mean it! A new study says that 27% of Americans would even give up social media if it meant consistently getting eight hours of sleep! By studying 1,004 U.S adults, the app Sleep Cycle, […]

Your Quality of Sleep Declines As You Get Older

Your Quality of Sleep Declines As You Get Older

A recent review of scientific literature published in the journal Neuron found that aging adults may be losing their ability to produce deep, restorative sleep. Medical News Today states that as the brain ages, neurons and circuits in the areas that regulate sleep slowly degrade, […]

Not Getting Enough Sleep?

Not Getting Enough Sleep?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 35% of United States adults do not get enough sleep, an issue that can lead to increased risks of developing a number of diseases and conditions. Sleep is an important part of good health, as […]

Your Thyroid May Be The Cause of Your Sleeping Problems

Your Thyroid May Be The Cause of Your Sleeping Problems

Your thyroid is one of the smallest glands in your body, yet it is actually one of the most important. This gland is instrumental in the healthy regulation of functions like proper metabolism, energy levels, burning calories, the creation of body proteins and the reaction […]

Your Natural Sleep Routine by Dr. Millie Lytle ND, CNS.

Your Natural Sleep Routine by Dr. Millie Lytle ND, CNS.

Written by Millie Lytle ND, MPH, CNS If you have a hard time falling asleep or staying asleep, you may have insomnia. There are two types of insomnia – sleep onset disorder or sleep maintenance disorder. If you experience either of these, there is good […]

Sleep Spotlight: Four Steps to a Better Night’s Rest

Sleep Spotlight: Four Steps to a Better Night’s Rest

Is tossing and turning a regular part of your night? How about falling asleep, but not staying asleep? If your sleep patterns are sporadic, the lack of rest can leave you feeling tired, irritable and can usually cause dark circles under your eyes. Over time, […]