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Sleep Disorders

Do you struggle to get out of bed in the morning? Do you feel tired and slow all morning, even if you got a good sleep the night before? Maybe you’re not a morning person, but it could be you have a sleep phase disorder. Humans have an in-built “biological clock”, which tells us when […]

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Mental Illness in the Workplace

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health estimates that mental health conditions are responsible for approximately 30% of all disability claims and 70% of the associated plan costs. Employers dealing with these costs—and the related lost productivity—are understandably focused on getting employees who are dealing with mental health issues back to work as quickly as […]

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Time Changes

It’s just one hour, but it throws people off of their day when they don’t have it. Daylight Saving Time begins this month and that means the mornings are getting a little darker and everyone will be losing one hour of sleep. This change has a direct effect on everyone’s internal cycles, causing crankiness, rushing, […]

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What to Consider When You Buy a Light Box

There are a few important considerations to make before you decided which light box will help you the most. Light therapy for SAD comes in different light intensities. Light boxes differ in light intensity, size, shape and features.  These are the things you should consider to find the safest and most suitable light box for your needs: […]

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Melatonin and Sleep

Here is a great article from the National Sleep Foundation about Melatonin and sleep. You can read the full article HERE. Melatonin and Sleep The pattern of waking during the day when it is light and sleeping at night when it is dark is a natural part of human life. Only recently have scientists begun […]

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