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Can’t seem to sleep through the night? Feeling exhausted when you wake?  Have brain fog the next day? Sleeplessness, sleep disruptions, and other potentially chronic sleep problems that interrupt your dreamland success are pretty common, but they don’t have to be.

In fact, what you are eating and drinking may be the culprit.  You may want to reconsider when or how often you consume the following 9 foods, which can wreak havoc on the quality and quantity of your sleep. Plus, keep reading for tips on what you should be eating to sleep better at night!
In our fast-paced world, functioning on poor sleep has become a badge of honor. However, when sleep problems are ongoing they should not be ignored. The toll that poor sleep can take on health is real and can be very serious over time. This article takes an in-depth look at how not getting enough quality sleep nightly might be affecting people in ways they never imagined.
Are you one of the 60 million Americans dealing with chronic sleep issues? If so, then read this because a new product has recently hit the US market, to help induce sleep naturally. And it’s so safe you can take it every day. This natural compound may have you sleeping like a baby again.
If you find yourself constantly complaining about how tired you are, the good news is you’re not alone. Fatigue, a lack of energy, weakness - these are all common, and all fall into the "tired" category. There are many different causes; for some individuals it may be due to lifestyle habits, while others may need to be examined by their medical doctor. 


Let’s look at the reasons why you may be so tired, and then what you can do to take control of your life and feel more energized.

The old wive's tale of needing to get at least eight hours of uninterrupted sleep per night may be harder for the modern man or woman to obtain these days. Eight hours seems to be what most people need to wake up feeling refreshed. However, what if there were more direct benefits to sleep than just feeling well rested? Did you know that there is a powerful relationship between sleep and happiness?

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