I Used Myself as a Guinea Pig for 8 Alternative Sleep Aids – Wired

 

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I Used Myself as a Guinea Pig for 8 Alternative Sleep Aids
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Can't sleep? You're not alone. Some 70 million Americans have chronic sleep problems, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And it's about far more than feeling tired all the time. Sleep deprivation is a contributor to a host of
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Heavy Snoring, Apnea Could Lead to Brain Issues: 7 Snoring Aids & Remedies – Eurweb.com

 

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Heavy Snoring, Apnea Could Lead to Brain Issues: 7 Snoring Aids & Remedies
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*(Via Latinos Health) – People with sleeping disorders, such as heavy snoring and apnea, are more likely to develop mental decline earlier, according to a new study. However, the study revealed that those who treat their sleeping disorder with
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Discover the sleep aids market – global share, trends, growth analysis and … – WhaTech

 

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Discover the sleep aids market – global share, trends, growth analysis and
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A sleep disorder is a medical condition of the sleeping patterns of a person and animal. Some sleep disorders, such as insomnia, sleep apnea, RLS, bruxism, narcolepsy and sleepwalking poise negative effects on human health. – Advertisement -.
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Over-the-counter sleep aids linked to dementia – Medical News Today

 

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Over-the-counter sleep aids linked to dementia
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A new study has found a significant link between high use of anticholinergic drugs – including popular non-prescription sleep aids and the antihistamine Benadryl (diphenhydramine) – and increased risk of developing dementia and Alzheimer's disease in …
Study suggests sleeping drugs can increase risk of Alzheimer'sThe Guardian
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