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One in three Americans suffers from sleep disruption, and the consequences can be worse than just fatigue. Here’s how to deal with the most common sleep issues.
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A power nap can give you the energy you need to get through the day. But how long is too long? And when’s the best time to snooze? Read on for our top expert-backed tips.
It’s time to put those old sleep rumors to bed: Not everyone needs eight hours of shut-eye to reach peak performance. Do you?
Rumor has it this supplement will help you get some quality sleep — but what is melatonin, really? We went straight to the experts to get both sides of the story.
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