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Stats & Facts About Sleep (Infographic) - Part 2

Stats & Facts About Sleep (Infographic) - Part 2

Along with proper nutrition and regular exercise, sleep plays a major role in our health. With this compilation of interesting facts and statistics about sleep, we hope you will gain insight and recognize the importance of sleep in your daily lives. The significance of the positive, as well as negative effects of sleep, should not be ignored, or taken for granted.

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Did You Know Info Series - Jan 2020

Did You Know Info Series - Jan 2020

Did you know ... that humans are the only mammal that willingly delays sleep? Did you know ... that laughing can increase blood flow by 20%? Did you know ... that tea can lower risks of heart attacks, certain kinds of cancer, and type 2 diabetes? Did you know ... that yoga can boost your cognitive function and lower stress?

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Win a BB Weighted Blanket (valued at $249)

Win a BB Weighted Blanket (valued at $249)

Body Benefit Blankets is giving away an amazing BB Weighted Blanket (valued at $249). Enter your name for a chance to win!

Weighted health blankets are known to help improve sleep quality, ease restlessness, and improve concentration. Body Benefit Blankets is giving away an amazing that can be used by anyone in your family.  

 

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Stats & Facts About Sleep (Infographic)

Stats & Facts About Sleep (Infographic)

Along with proper nutrition and regular exercise, sleep plays a major role in our health. With this compilation of interesting facts and statistics about sleep, we hope you will gain insight and recognize the importance of sleep in your daily lives. The significance of the positive, as well as negative effects of sleep, should not be ignored, or taken for granted.

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Depression and Anxiety: Two Sides of the Same Coin

Depression and Anxiety: Two Sides of the Same Coin

The terms “anxious” and “depressed” get thrown around a lot in casual conversation. Both are normal emotions to experience. But although the biological underpinnings of these problems are similar, anxiety and depression are consciously experienced differently. These two might be considered two sides of the same coin.

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Sleep Problems in Teenagers

Sleep Problems in Teenagers

The recent studies help scientists to better understand the importance of sleep during childhood and adolescence years.  The deprivation of sleep in modern society is having a catastrophic impact on health, wellness, even the safety and education of teens and children.

 

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5G TECHNOLOGY - Big Risk for our Health and the Planet!

5G TECHNOLOGY - Big Risk for our Health and the Planet!

What is 5G?  The next generation of wireless technology will require millions of mini-cell towers closer to each other. This means a human being’s high frequency EMF exposure will increase exponentially not only with 5G cell towers but sensors placed on every car, every work place and inside every house.  

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Weight Loss with Far Infrared Ray (FIR - Therapy)

Weight Loss with Far Infrared Ray (FIR - Therapy)

Far Infrared Ray (FIR) is a type of energy waves that surround us but we can’t see. The sun is the main source of far infrared rays. FIR penetrates through skin up to 2 inches, unlike ultraviolet rays, FIR never burns the skin, doesn’t cause any damage. FIR is completely healthy and safe. FIR is already produced in our bodies and used for its own healing and detoxification. Many studies showed that FIR is helpful for enhancing blood circulation, reducing pain, strengthening the cardiovascular system, easing joint stiffness and inflammation, and revitalizing skin cells.

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Menopause and Insomnia

Menopause and Insomnia

Menopause takes place over a period of many years. The hormonal changes commonly cause a wide range of sleep disorders. Sleep deprivation, insomnia, sleep disordered breathing (SDB), restless legs syndrome (RLS), mood and anxiety disorders are just some of the challenges women undergo.

During midlife, most important factors disturbing the sleep are:

  1. Declining production of sleep-promoting hormone progesterone
    Lower level of estrogen which has strong impact on sleep and mood
    Frequent sleep disrupters such as hot flashes, night sweats and mood swings.

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