5 WORST FOODS to Eat Before Bed …and 3 BEST

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***** by Jesse Cannone Healthy Back Institute Co-Founder If you like a little snack to “tide you over” while you sleep, you’re in luck. Some foods are actually quite healthy, even acting as stealthy muscle builders or sleep promoters, when eaten right before bed. Others, as you’re probably aware, are not such a good choice

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The Surprising Noise that Helps You Sleep Far Better

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We probably don’t need to tell you that many Americans are scraping by on far too little sleep. Survey after survey shows that most adults are either staying up too late — cutting into their valuable sleep time — or unable to fall asleep and stay asleep. The end result, of course, is a nation […]

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Chronic Fatigue? Blast the Energy Zappers

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Do you go through each day filled with fatigue and a lack of energy? We live in a fast paced world, and it seems like there are a million things going on at once each and every day. It’s no surprise there are new energy drinks and energy pills popping up at every gas station […]

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Lying Down Therapy

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By Carolyn Dean, MD, ND Do not underestimate the benefits of simple therapies. I’ve made that pretty obvious because I spend so much time recommending one mineral — magnesium and one detox — clay. And here’s the latest! I’ve had several clients recently who are suffering from adrenal exhaustion but the very cause of their […]

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Lemon Balm for Sleep

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Lemon balm is a member of the mint family native to areas of the Mediterranean and western Asia. Going back to at least the Middle Ages, it has been used to treat stress, insomnia and intestinal discomfort. For ages it was mixed with wine to improve one’s mood. Today lemon balm grows around the world […]

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10 Tips for Better Sleep

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Getting a full night’s sleep is as important to good health as maintaining a proper diet and getting enough exercise. Yet a third of Americans get less than 6 ½ hours of sleep each night – much less the recommended 7-8 hours. Lack of sleep is associated with an inflammation causing increase of cytokine molecules. […]

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