By Katrina Plyler for U.S. News
With any illness, injury or sniffle, you'll hear one common suggestion: Get plenty of rest. Whether we're nursing a...
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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 o...
Research is showing that long periods of deprived sleep can disrupt our appetite and the way we interact with insulin. Less sleep often leads to a rise in the hunger hormone.
A good number of my coaching clients have difficulty drifting off into a peaceful slumber and/or sleeping through the night.
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