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Fast Company Magazine
Six Ways To Slay The Summer SlumpThat’s because the time between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. is when our bodies are strugg
Six Ways To Slay The Summer Slump
Fast Company Magazine / Posted yesterday
That’s because the time between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. is when our bodies are struggling mightily against the urge to sleep. The National Sleep Foundation indicates that it’s a natural response to circadian rhythms and a drop in blood sugar levels. The... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
Back to School: Sleeping Tips< 10 hours 7-12 Years Old 10 – 11 hours 9 hours 13 – 18 Years Old 9 – 10 hour
Back to School: Sleeping Tips
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted yesterday
< 10 hours 7-12 Years Old 10 – 11 hours 9 hours 13 – 18 Years Old 9 – 10 hours 7.5 hours Here are some tips from the National Sleep Foundation to help your child ease into his or her school-time sleep schedule and to maintain healthy sleep... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
Five Creative Ways To Power Through The Afternoon Slumpcircadian rhythm. In fact, one of our strongest biological urges to sleep comes
Five Creative Ways To Power Through The Afternoon Slump
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 8 days ago
circadian rhythm. In fact, one of our strongest biological urges to sleep comes between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m., according to the National Sleep Foundation. Taking the afternoon off isn’t usually an option, but some companies have found some fun and... Read more
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Triathlete / Inside Triathlon
A Triathlete’s Guide To Better Sleepspent in REM sleep, where mental processes are reconditioned. To allow your bod
A Triathlete’s Guide To Better Sleep
Triathlete / Inside Triathlon / Posted 9 days ago
spent in REM sleep, where mental processes are reconditioned. To allow your body enough time in stage 3 and REM sleep, the National Sleep Foundation recommends most adults get a minimum of seven hours of sleep per night. For athletes, who... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Why Leaders Should Welcome Employees Napping on the Jobare considering pro-napping policies for their workplaces. Here are a few: The
Why Leaders Should Welcome Employees Napping on the Job
Stamford Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
are considering pro-napping policies for their workplaces. Here are a few: They aren’t getting it at home. According to National Sleep Foundation research, nearly half of all Americans today say that insufficient sleep at night affects their... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Why Leaders Should Welcome Employees Napping on the Jobare considering pro-napping policies for their workplaces. Here are a few: The
Why Leaders Should Welcome Employees Napping on the Job
Connecticut Post / Posted 11 days ago
are considering pro-napping policies for their workplaces. Here are a few: They aren’t getting it at home. According to National Sleep Foundation research, nearly half of all Americans today say that insufficient sleep at night affects their... Read more
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The News-Times
Why Leaders Should Welcome Employees Napping on the Jobare considering pro-napping policies for their workplaces. Here are a few: The
Why Leaders Should Welcome Employees Napping on the Job
The News-Times / Posted 11 days ago
are considering pro-napping policies for their workplaces. Here are a few: They aren’t getting it at home. According to National Sleep Foundation research, nearly half of all Americans today say that insufficient sleep at night affects their... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Why Leaders Should Welcome Employees Napping on the Jobare considering pro-napping policies for their workplaces. Here are a few: The
Why Leaders Should Welcome Employees Napping on the Job
Greenwich Time / Posted 11 days ago
are considering pro-napping policies for their workplaces. Here are a few: They aren’t getting it at home. According to National Sleep Foundation research, nearly half of all Americans today say that insufficient sleep at night affects their... Read more
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Daily Mail
Why women are more grumpy than men in the morninghave found that women do not sleep as well as men - making for a lot of rude aw
Why women are more grumpy than men in the morning
Daily Mail / Posted 17 days ago
have found that women do not sleep as well as men - making for a lot of rude awakenings. According to a study by the National Sleep Foundation, females are 1.3 times more likely to suffer from insomnia. They are also more likely to be woken... Read more
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FOX News
10 surprising reasons you're tired all the timehave a 44 percent increased risk of death over a 6-year period, according to a
10 surprising reasons you're tired all the time
FOX News / Posted 26 days ago
have a 44 percent increased risk of death over a 6-year period, according to a study in the journal PLOS Medicine. The National Sleep Foundation recommends between 7 and 9 hours of sleep for people between ages 26 and 64, and between 7 and 8... Read more
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ABC Action News Tampa Bay
Setting summer sleep schedules for your kids is importanthave a lot more free time, but that doesn't mean you do. Sticking to a a strict
Setting summer sleep schedules for your kids is important
ABC Action News Tampa Bay / Posted 30 days ago
have a lot more free time, but that doesn't mean you do. Sticking to a a strict sleep schedule can be challenging. The National Sleep Foundation recommends: The Mommy Master, Ellie Hirsch, suggests you talk bed time over with your kids and let... Read more

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