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  2. How to Stay Lucky with Sleep This St. Patrick’s Day

    There’s one day out of the year when everyone is at least a little bit Irish, even if that only means imbibing in a green cocktail or wearing a touch of the country’s favorite color to avoid being pinched at work or school. We’re talking about St. Patrick’s Day, of course, and it’s one of the most popular holidays to...

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  3. Celebrate World Sleep Day with 7 Simple Tips for a Better Night’s Rest

    With almost 50% of American adults dealing with some type of insomnia, and over 100 kinds of sleep disorders out there hanging over our heads, making sure that we’re getting the best sleep possible and practicing good sleep habits is more important than ever. That’s where World Sleep Day comes into play with its global mission to educate us about...

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  4. Daylight Savings Time Is Here! Get Some Quick Tips for Springing Forward like a Pro

    Early morning light and blooming flowers mean that spring has sprung and it’s time to put away the snow shoes and winter coats until next year. We also “spring forward” and move our clocks ahead an hour when this beautifully bountiful season rolls around again. But why do we observe Daylight Saving Time (DST) in the first place? Moving the...

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  5. Celebrate Sleep Awareness Month with the Powerful Power Nap

    To kick off National Sleep Awareness Month, we’re going to be tackling the important topic of sleep deprivation – what it is, what it does, and how to prevent it. The scary truth of the matter is that not getting enough sleep can have some serious side effects, and way too many of us are coping with the impact of...

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  6. Are Your Child’s Poor Grades Due to a Lack of Sleep?

    If you have children or grandchildren in school, chances are that they’re just not getting enough sleep to keep them at the top of the class. Sleep deprivation is a special issue for kids in Kindergarten to eighth grade, as they are going through a shift in their biological clock schedules, causing them to naturally want to stay up later...

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