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    Behold: The App That Lets You Control Your Dreams

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    5 Important Habits for Better Sleep

    Practicing good sleep hygiene is the easiest, most effective way to get better sleep. Here are five simple ways to develop good habits.
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    Sleeping at Work

    Sleep, work and succeed with napping tips from James Maas, Ph.D., who coined the term “power nap.”
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    Do Sleep Trackers Work?

    Find out if sleep-monitoring gadgets can help you improve your slumber, along with the cool tech advancements that the next generation of trackers are offering.
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    How to Shut Off Your Brain and Fall Asleep Faster

    Stop struggling to get a good night’s rest and try these tips to help you wind down and fall asleep fast.
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    10 Reasons You Can't Sleep

    Find out if one of these lifestyle habits are causing your sleep problems
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    Jet Lag with No Travel Necessary!

    You don't need to travel to get jet lag, because the body's circadian rhythms can be disrupted just by keeping an infrequent sleep pattern, which can cause social jet lag or work shift sleep disorder.
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    Video: Understanding Sleep Apnea

    Sleep apnea means not breathing for 10 or more seconds while asleep, thereby preventing a good night's sleep. The problem is usually caused by a relaxed tongue that blocks or narrows the air passage. Symptoms include loud snoring, daytime sleepiness, an
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    Napping lowers heart risks.

    Regular naps lower risk of heart problems according to the study, "Siesta in healthy adults and coronary mortality in the general population."
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    Sleep boosts beauty.

    Sleep makes you look healthier and more attractive according to the study, "Beauty sleep: experimental study on the perceived health and attractiveness of sleep deprived people."
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    Lack of sleep leads to snacking.

    Sleep deprivation makes you snack more according to the study, "Sleep curtailment is accompanied by increased intake of calories from snacks."
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