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Can’t Sleep? Simple Carbs May Be to Blame

If you’ve ever spent hours tossing and turning without being able to fall asleep, you know how frustrating it can be. According to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM), about one in three people have at least mild insomnia, and about 70 percent of American adults report not sleeping enough at night. So, what’s keeping so many people up at night? There are hundreds of answers to that question, from common behaviors like drinking coffee too late in the...
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Healthy Sleep Habits to Avoid Migraines

How many times have you gone to bed making a mental list of everything you had to do the next day: waking up at 6:00 am to make breakfast, taking the kids to school, attending back-to-back meetings at work, running back home to make it to your kid’s baseball game, etc., only to wake up with a pounding headache? Morning migraines are more common than people realize. According to the National Sleep Foundation, almost fifty percent of all migraines occur...
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