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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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How Seasons Affect Moods

Most people experience some sort of change in their mood and behavior when the seasons turn. Shifts in the amount of available environmental light over the seasons may have a profound effect on your body chemistry. Some individuals notice a decrease in energy levels and require more sleep as the light decreases. Other potential behavioral […]

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Recognize SAD

Many parts of the United States has recenlty been hit with snow, rain or just plain cold temperature. It’s also when people are really feeling SAD.  And by SAD I mean their Seasonal Affective Disorder. Recognizing the Onset of SAD Are your mood swings more aggravated during winter? Do you feel a deep sense of […]

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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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Ways to Boost Your Metabolism

It’s already evident that when cold weather comes along, hibernation mode soon follows. A recent Gallup poll confirmed that Americans steadily eat worse and exercise less during the fall and winter months – and even more so in 2011 than last. In November, only 49.8 percent of adults reported exercising for at least 30 minutes […]

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