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Pink Noise Improves Sleep and Memory

Researchers at Northwestern University have determined that soft sound stimulation synced up with the rhythm of brain waves induces an improved deep sleep in older individuals. Such stimulation even boosts those adults' ability to recall specific words. An example of such gentle audio stimulation is a rushing waterfall. The study details were recently published in the journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.

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Psychotherapy Is Better Than Sleeping Pills For Insomnia Treatment: Report

Lecia Bushak, May 3, 2016
If you find yourself lying awake at night staring at the ceiling and feeling restless nearly every night, you’re not alone: Nearly 10 percent of Americans have insomnia, and the CDC considers America’s level of sleep deprivation a “public health problem.”

How Blocking Blue Light at Night Can Help Transform Your Sleep

Mercola, May 05, 2016
Do you get the recommended eight hours of uninterrupted, restful sleep every night? Many don't, and in my experience, if you're not sleeping well, it's virtually impossible to stay healthy and emotionally balanced.

Sleep Less Than 8 Hours, And This Is What Happens to Your Body Right Now

health freedom alliance, 29 April 2016
According to the documentary, Sleepless in America, coproduced by the National Geographic Channel, 40 percent of Americans are sleep deprived. Many get less than five hours of sleep per night.

How To Fall Asleep In 60 Seconds: I Practiced The 4-7-8 Breathing Technique For One Month

Lizette Borreli, Apr 20, 2016
Tossing and turning, eyes opening and closing, and the inability to keep my mind from wandering while I try to sleep, are what most of my nights are made of. 