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5 Key Ways To Improve Your Memory And Keep It Strong

Up until now we’ve considered routine to be a good thing. However, daily routine can cause us to lose neural connections. Repeating the same process over and over embeds those specific memories because they’re cumulative. Meanwhile other information isn’t as simple to retain and recall unless you’re paying attention. So you lose it.We live in a […]

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Brain Health Tip #1

What is one thing you can start doing right now that will really pay off by immediately improving your brain function?​Sleep!Many of us don’t realize just how important sleep is for our brain functionWe wake up earlier to get things done.We work longer and longer hours.We stay up late.We neglect our sleep.During sleep the body […]

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Still Can’t Sleep? Try This…

  Trouble falling asleep? It happens to all of us at one time or another. But maybe it happens to you many nights, or most nights. Have you tried the warm bath, essential oils, cool, dark, quiet room? I won’t ask if you’re taking sleeping pills. Hopefully not. Try learning this instead. It’s called the […]

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Can’t Sleep? Try A Sleep Tracker

Sleep trackers are small gadgets that show you whether your lifestyle habits are having any impact on your sleep quality. These smart devices pick up data that tracks your body movements at night, and then provides feedback that allows you to evaluate and quantify your quality of sleep. Sleep-tracking devices can help you: Find out how stress, […]

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Withings Pulse O2 Activity, Sleep, and Heart Rate + SPO2 Tracker for iOS and Android

  Fitness means eating properly, staying active and sleeping well. The Withings Pulse O2 Activity, Sleep, and Heart Rate + SPO2 Tracker for iOS and Android is a fitness tracker that helps you keep track of these goals by monitoring steps, running, elevation, calories burned and distance traveled using the device’s insights and reminders. It […]

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Common sleep disorders — do you have any of these?

Over 40 million Americans are dealing with some type of chronic sleep disorder. In addition to those numbers there are millions more who suffer with occasional insomnia or disrupted sleep patterns. To date there are over 70 different types of sleep disorder. The most common are: Insomnia Sleep Apnea Restless Leg Syndrome Narcolepsy   INSOMNIA […]

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Improve Your Sleep Quality

By now you know how important sleep is in order to function at optimal levels. Sleeping well improves your appearance, brainpower, memory, and other vital body functions. It also reduces your risk of gaining weight, feeling fatigued, and developing chronic health conditions.Adults and children need 6 or more hours of sleep every night for optimal […]

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