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  2. Your Life’s Purpose Might Be the Best Sleep Aid Out There

    An endless amount of money worldwide is spent by people desperately trying to improve their quality of sleep. Things like sleeping pills, luxury mattresses, and even specialty pillows are all tools known to help you doze off at night. But what if your foolproof, no-more-messing-around sleep miracle was right under your nose the entire time? Struggling to get to sleep...

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  3. The Best Drinks for Better Sleep

    It’s probably dawned on you by now that getting the ideal, extra restful and completely uninterrupted night’s sleep is pretty much all but impossible. That’s regardless of what you’ve got going on during your waking hours. Especially with the temptation of our phones and social media hanging over our shoulders, sometimes sleep doesn’t seem to be a top priority. Even...

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  4. Why Does Thanksgiving Dinner Make You Sleepy? (Hint: It’s Not What You Think!)

    Let’s face it – turkey has gotten a pretty bad rep when it comes to making people involuntarily sleepy. The whole “turkey makes you tired” myth has been circulated regularly, especially during the Thanksgiving season. Heck, the supposed sleep-inducing properties of turkey were even immortalized in a Seinfeld episode! But the thing is, science disagrees with the popular theory that...

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  5. Is Halloween Having a Spooky Effect on Your Sleep?

    The most spooktacular time of the year is finally upon us! It's the season that all children (and many grown-ups) look forward to all year long. The first signs of fall show up in every grocery and craft store you happen to go into. Pumpkins for carving, painting or simply displaying take their rightful seasonal places. Costumes, face paint, yard...

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  6. Foolproof Ways to Banish Sleepless Nights

    Some people are able to pass out as soon as their head hits the pillow and stay out until their alarm goes off. But insomnia and countless other sleep interruptions are the reason that over half of American adults spend more time praying for sleep than actually sleeping. And unless you’ve discussed insomnia with your doctor and have been formally...

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