6 Tips to Beat Work Anxiety

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Anxiety

By Michele Hoos Maybe you have a new job, but you feel more like your job is having you. Maybe it’s the new responsibilities of a promotion that have you feeling frantic. Or maybe you just have a big project on your plate and you’re really feeling the pressure. No matter what the reason, you’re overwhelmed—and your work stress is … Read More



Napping: Do’s and don’ts for healthy adults

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Napping isn’t just for children. Understand the pros and cons of napping and the best way to take a nap. By Mayo Clinic Staff If you’re sleep deprived or just looking for a way to relax, you might be thinking about taking a nap. Napping at the wrong time of day or for too long can backfire, though. Understand how … Read More



Are You Sick Or Are You Stressed? 8 Tips To Relax And Feel Healthy

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by Torrie Pattillo Everyone experiences stress at some point in life. Whether it’s from working too many hours, a career that lacks passion, worries about finances or the economy, a sick family member or relationship troubles, stress will find its way into our life. With illness on the rise, stress is often the biggest culprit. If you’re experiencing any of the … Read More



37 Science-Backed Tips For Better Sleep Tonight

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by  Sarah Klein We know we’re supposed to get enough sleep, and we really try. But we also know it’s often easier said than done. Luckily, there are a handful of helpful tips and tricks experts swear by, to combat sleep problems both big and small. Whether they’ll help you get into bed more relaxed or get out of bed … Read More



12 Ways to Shut Off Your Brain Before Bedtime

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By Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S. Does getting to bed feel like a nightmare? For many of us, as soon as it’s time for bed, the brain begins buzzing. We might experience racing thoughts or a thought or two that keeps gnawing at us. Then those thoughts can turn into worry thoughts about not being able to function the next day because … Read More



A Virtual Start Can Mean Real Sleep For Students

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By Jane Swift Every year, 7:30 a.m. seems to come earlier. If that sentiment seems familiar, perhaps you are the parent of a teenager. With three teenagers, the daily gauntlet to get them out the door and to school on time has gotten tougher as they reached middle and high school. This fact hit home when we experienced a two-hour … Read More