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Neil Peter Walsh Jun 18
How influences immunity AND immunity influences sleep. Great review
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Diana J Herrington Jun 12
Sleep is the golden chain that ties health and our bodies together. -Thomas Dekker
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The Heart Truth Jun 17
If you don’t get enough sleep, the nightly dip in that's good for cardiovascular health may not happen Try to get 8 hours of a night so your heart can rest easy.
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Tara Narula M.D. 18m
Wishing I got more Zzzzz’s after our convo today about on
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Home Instead Jun 19
Getting decent is essential for health and sanity - especially in a caring role. We'd love to hear whether these work for you.
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Sally Leech - Menopause Coach Jun 19
Getting a good night's is essential for our wellbeing. Learn more about how it can help your
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NIH NHLBI Jun 11
An estimated 50 to 70M Americans have chronic . deficiency is linked to many chronic health problems, including , kidney disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, stroke, obesity & depression. Learn more:
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Reverie 💤 16m
Good news, snackers! There's nothing wrong with digging in late at night, because certain foods actually help you ! Here are a few that top our list: 1) Cherries 2) Dark Leafy Greens 3) Kiwi fruit 4) Chamomile 5) Yogurt
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Hikaru Shirosu 4h
Music video for Blue Stone of Altas (Piano Solo Version) The single will be released on July 2.
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Bobby Cleveland 4h
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Kids Apparel Boutique 15m
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Reedness School 3h
Always important to remind ourselves about the importance of children getting a great night's sleep before they come to school.
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Del Duduit Jun 12
At night, I can't fall asleep. In the morning, I can't get up. 🙄🤷‍♂️😏
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Stanislas Wawrinka 22h
When you need a power nap mid match ... 🤔🙄🤷🏻‍♂️😴
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luke Woodcock 2h
The more I sleep, the more tired I’m getting. Sooo maybe the less sleep the better.
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Kristie Leong M.D. 2h
Taking a warmth bath before may help you snooze better. The drop in temperature after a bath promotes the release of , a hormone that helps with sleep.
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SPURS NEWS 3h
DO NOT ON If you do it'll be a mistake.
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Wendi Irlbeck, MS, RDN Jun 18
💤Sleeping fewer than 6 hours/night is associated🔗with an increased⬆️risk of: 🤕Injury 😞Fatigue 📊Diabetes 📔Making errors ☠️Pre-mature death ❤️Cardiovascular disease 🧠Mental health disorders 🍪Sub optimal dietary choices
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Beyond Kilos&Inches 11h
Hit Snooze And You Loose ;) Promising not to hit snooze is not working for me these days. :( Getting up even before the alarm was my ritual for many years. Time to fix all loose screws 😬 ”Jo Sovat hai woh khovat hai 😬”
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Mel 21h
Trying to tire him out ... 🤲
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