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Daylight savings time and sleep

Daylight savings time and sleep

Humans are guided by circadian rhythms, which are 24-hour cycles that regulate sleep and other key bodily functions such as appetite and mood. These rhythms are largely dependent on light exposure. The sudden changes in natural light with DST can delay your sleep-wake cycle, making you feel tired in the morning and alert in the evening, or vice versa.
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Is a weighted blanket right for you?

Is a weighted blanket right for you?

Having the right mattress for you is a huge step forward when it comes to getting the rest you need. But we know that modern life can be stressful, and laying down on something cozy isn’t always enough to quiet down your thoughts. A weighted blanket coupled with your Milton mattress might be a combination worth exploring to revitalize your rest and bring a newfound sense of calm. 
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Nonsense dreams may be a sign of good health

Nonsense dreams may be a sign of good health

All around the world, people have attached meanings and mythology to dreams. Dreams can contain prophecies, reveal secrets about the past, or maybe mean nothing at all – all depending on who you ask. A new theory might help shed some light on why our brains paint these elusive stories for us.
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Best and worst US cities for sleep

Best and worst US cities for sleep

We’ve all heard New York described as ‘the city that never sleeps’. Catchy slogans aside, there are real reasons why people in some cities may sleep better – or worse – than people in others. A study carried out by the Sleep Foundation, in partnership with Sleep Cycle, helped identify the cities in the US where people are getting the best sleep, and the cities where people could use more shut-eye. 
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