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Don’t Let The Winter Games Turn You Into a Zombie

Every couple of years, the Olympic Games come along, and people lose a ton of sleep.  Between television and the Internet, each time the games are held, it seems like more of the events are available for viewing either live or on time delay.  What this means is that you could literally watch the Olympics…
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How Groundhog Day Can Help Improve Sleep

In the 1993 comedy movie “Groundhog Day,” a self-centered weatherman played by funnyman Bill Murray re-lives the same day over and over, with amusing and occasionally poignant results. Murray’s character spent day after day trying to break the cycle, but we here at SleepBetter would like to point out that doing the same thing day…
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A New Binge Sleeping Trend?

We’ve all heard of binge watching TV — watching episode after episode of a show on Netflix or elsewhere.  But, what about binge sleeping?  Apparently it’s a trend, and it has its good sides and downsides. According to Huffington Post, one of the new trends in sleep for 2018 in sleep bingeing — taking long…
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Five Top Tools for Better Sleep

What’s in your sleep toolbox?  We came up with five suggestions to help you get a better night’s rest: A place for your devices As in … a place other than your bedside.  Smartphones and tables are wonderful tools, but their introduction has not been good for our sleep.  Between the distractions at night and…
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Writing Down Your “To-do” List Can Help You Sleep

Writing a “to-do” list at bedtime may aid in falling asleep, according to a Baylor University study. Research compared sleep patterns of participants who took five minutes to write down upcoming duties versus participants who chronicled completed activities. “We live in a 24/7 culture in which our to-do lists seem to be constantly growing and…
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The Dangers of Sleeping in the Cold

A large portion of the country is living in a deep freeze right now, with temperatures staying well below freezing for days on end.  Between heavy snow and wind, power outages are assured.  How can you sleep at night in a cold house, and what are the dangers?  Here are some tips from SleepBetter: Be…
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5 New Year’s Sleep Resolutions for 2018

We’re at that the time of year when a lot of people take stock of themselves and try to figure out what they can improve.  One thing that most people could work on is the amount of sleep they get each night.  Research has shown that getting the right amount of shut-eye can improve your…
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How to Survive New Year’s Sleep Deprivation

Some people refer to New Year’s as a “one minute holiday” because the entire celebration is focused on that countdown to midnight.  That may be true in many ways, but to get to that countdown requires staying up later than usual for many people.  That can make January 1 a very tiring day.  While the…
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Sleep Better While Celebrating

This time of year is simply crawling with parties.  First, you have the office holiday parties, then neighborhood holiday parties, and then after that you have family get-togethers.  Even after all of those are done, you still have New Year’s Eve to deal with.  One might think the only sleep problem related to all of…
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Sleep Better on the Shortest Days of the Year

Today is the winter solstice, which means it’s the shortest day of the year.  The good news is that from now until the summer solstice, days start getting longer, but the process is short.  How do you sleep better when it simply feels dreary and dark outside? Get plenty of sun when you can. While…
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