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    Effects of Fall Weather on Sleep

    Transitioning from summer to fall is rife with pumpkin-spiced everything, the beauty of colorful leaves, and a much lower chance of enjoying a lovely day outside without sweat and mosquito bites.  It also means that the sky’s moving along as well -- the sun sets earlier and rises later. If you’re an early riser, it might be harder to wake...

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  3. House porch decorated for the fall season with an Original Lull Mattress Box in the center.

    Sleep and the Holiday Season

    Fall isn’t just delightful for the colorful leaves and actually bearable, moderate weather. It’s a time when a lot of fun festivities begin, particularly Halloween, cultural holidays such as mid-autumn festivals and Diwali, and of course, Thanksgiving.  These are all great reasons to take a little vacation out to visit friends and family, celebrating with spooky decor, cultural attire and...

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    How To Fix Your Sleep Schedule For School

    It’s September, which means either you, someone you know, or your kids are going back to school or have been back in school!  New beginnings should always be backed with great sleep so you can be alert and ready for any new, unexpected challenges. Whether it’s an unusually hard class, a new crush, or an exciting new student org, the...

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  5. 5 Ways Sleep Makes Your Skin Look Better

    Anyone who’s taken a good look in the mirror after just one night of sleep deprivation knows the toll of it on your skin. Under Eye bags are a dead giveaway. It’s no wonder why so many cosmetic companies market undereye concealers by promising a “yes, I DID sleep 8 hours last night” look.  If your skincare routine isn’t giving...

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  6. How Working From Home Affects Your Sleep

    In the era of increasing digitization and a pandemic, it’s understandable that the proportion of remote jobs is increasing. COVID-19 disrupted office life and sent millions of workers all over the world home worldwide, dissipating traffic and commutes. Many workers found themselves using their own computers in the safety of their own home, lowering their risk of infection and sickness. ...

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