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Blue Light-Blocking Glasses: The Reason Everyone is Wearing Them (And You Should Be, Too)

These prescription-free glasses are the perfect solution to a problem we've discussed many times before -- one that can disrupt sleep, trigger headaches and even compromise brain health. Here's why you probably need them, too.


The Best and Worst Foods for Sleep

Ever wonder what foods make you sleepy? How about the foods that keep you awake when you're trying to get sleep? Here is a list of some sleep inducers and sleep stealers.


Drink This Juice to Extend Your Nightly Sleep by 90 Minutes

Studies show that drinking tart cherry juice two times a day can give you up to 90 more minutes of sleep at night.



Melatonin Benefits: Can it Also Help Protect the Brain?

Melatonin benefits sleep patterns and is an excellent antioxidant. But could this nighttime compound also reduce your risk for Alzheimer's disease?


Natural Alternatives to 10 of the Most Common Drugs

Few side effects should make these natural alternatives to drugs your first choice.


Blue Light from e-Readers Suppresses Melatonin

If you do your bedtime reading on an electronic device, it could be affecting your overall health and alertness. It’s not that the readers themselves are dangerous. Rather, it’s the impact the blue light from these devices has on your circadian rhythm and melatonin levels. These devices have a much higher concentration of blue...


Can Melatonin Stop Your Ears From Ringing?

When you experience ringing in the ears, it can not only disrupt your daily activities. At times, it can also keep you from a good night’s sleep. Tinnitus, as ringing in the ears is “officially” called, is not categorized as a disease, but rather a symptom of another problem, such as exposure to noise,...


Want Better Sleep? Here are 4 All Natural Sleeping Aids That Actually Work

Are you looking for a good night's sleep? Here are non-sedating natural sleep remedies that can help you achieve restful bliss.


6 Drug-Free Ways to Fall Asleep and Stay Asleep

Would it surprise you to learn that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) actually considers insufficient sleep a public health epidemic?