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Tips and tricks to get a better night’s sleep
In the frenetically paced world we live in, sleep deprivation is more common than not. But a good night’s sleep—which for most adults is anywhere from six to eight hours—really isn’t a luxurious suggestion. You know that if you don’t have a sound sleep the night before, you drag through the day and have a tough time functioning properly. However, it goes much deeper than that.
Chronic sleep deficiencies can lead to heightened risk of diabetes, stroke, kidney disease, and heart disease. Are you working out and trying to eat healthfully but not really making any strides in weight …