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I am closing this community. Too many security breaches. You can see what I'm up to at www.sleepyheadcentral.com. (Vitamin ZZZ, ZZZCast coming in 2019, etc.) Thanks for your contributions and support!

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Are you losing sleep because of snoring or sleep apnea?
Our Ears, Nose and Throat (ENT) specialists are here to help you get the rest you need by diagnosing your ENT problem and discussing the treatment options you might need.
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Or visit us in one of our two offices: 4632 S. 25th Street, Ft. Pierce 34981, and 1731 SW Gatlin Blvd., Port St. Lucie 34953.
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Our new digital magazine shares sleep health problems from the intimate perspectives of patients and workers. Great reading for anyone interested in sleep.

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Put your thinking caps on and enter today with your best name suggestion for our fun, friendly, clever mascot! If the curator picks your name, you win the Insomnia Busters sleep gifts basket worth $75! The contest expires at midnight Pacific Time on January 31, 2018! Insomnia Busters, here we come! https://sleepyheadcentral.com/2017/11/07/insomnia-busters/
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Did you know snoring can be a sign of a serious sleep disorder known as sleep apnea? This means you have periods when you are not breathing for more than 10 seconds while you sleep. The major risk from this condition is stroke, due to multiple episodes when your brain is not getting enough oxygen. Suspect you have sleep apnea? Call 772-464-9595. We have two offices: 4632 South 25th Street, Ft. Pierce, FL 34981, and 1731 SW Gatlin Boulevard, Port St. Lucie, FL 34953.
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Sleep is essential for overall health and wellbeing, but sadly 1 in 3 adults in the US don’t get enough sleep according to the CDC. This makes sleep deprivation a public health concern. When it comes to sleeping, there’s always one question that scientists debate about; how much sleep is enough to stay healthy, energized, productive, and stress-free and the answer always varies. But, did you know there are some gender differences in this aspect too? It turns out women need more sleep than men. Why? Keep reading to find out!

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If you are experiencing sleeping problems such as trouble with falling asleep or feeling unrefreshed upon waking up, then you probably have a sleep disorder. This is actually a common problem as evident by the fact that around one-quarter of Americans experience sleep problems while up to 10% report insomnia according to the CDC. Considering that sleep is extremely important for your overall health and functioning, addressing any sleep problem you might be having should be the first thing on your priority list. To help you out, we’ve found some scientifically-proven tips to help you establish a healthy sleeping routine.

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On this world #AntiObesityDay, lets take action against this epidemic issue which affects later health, educational attainment and quality life of our children.
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