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Waking Up Has Never Been Easier
Waking Up Has Never Been Easier

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With a blaring alarm jerking us awake out of a deep sleep, it's no wonder people wake up groggy! The Wall Street Journal take a look at smart alarms that provide a better way to a wake up refreshed.

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Did You Know: Not only does excessive drinking cause you to need more trips to the bathroom at night, it also disrupts your REM sleep stage. The lack of an adequate deep sleep means you’ll wake up without feeling truly rested.

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Before taking a siesta, make sure you know the pros and cons of taking a nap.

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In honor of National Pet Day, we take a look at a common pet debate: should your furry friend be allowed to sleep in bed with you? As it turns out, sleeping with a pet could be hurting your ability to get a good night's sleep.

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From sleep apnea to insomnia, celebrities also have their share of sleep troubles.

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+Monsters and Critics praises SleepTracker saying that for "those afflicted with Sleep Apnea and other health issues, this particular monitoring device worn as a watch on the wrist is a godsend."

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How much sleep do healthy adults need? Different variables, like sleep debt and age, can influence how much sleep we need, however studies have provided benchmarks for how much shuteye we should be getting.

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When it comes to getting a good night's sleep, we recommend something more comfortable than these unusual (and uncomfortable) sleep locations.

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"This is a watch that will not only keep track of how well you have slept but it will give you a nice report — showing you how well or poorly you slept. If there is an indication that there is an issue; these report can then be given to your doctor.” - The Huffington Post

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Parasomnias, a variety of sleep disorders defined by abnormal sleep behaviors, include everything from night terrors and sleep walking to REM Behavior Disorder. Looking for an example? We have 8...
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