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Anxiety & Stress

Symptoms Anxiety May Be Causing and Ways to Cope with Them

Anxiety can lead to a wide range of physical and mental effects. Today, we'll talk about some of the most common signs of anxiety and how to deal with them.

5 Great Podcasts to Listen to Before You Go to Sleep

Podcasts are a great way to wind down and relax before going to bed. They are also a great way to learn new things and keep yourself informed about current events.

Is Too Much Sleep Bad For Your Spirituality?

We often focus on how getting enough sleep is very important for your spiritual health. But what about getting too much sleep? In this article we focus on how too much sleep can be bad for not only your physical and emotional health, but also your mental and spiritual health.

What Are Sleep Problems? Understanding The Causes, Effects, And Treatments Of Sleep Disorders

Sleep problems can significantly affect your quality of life, leading to a range of physical and mental health issues. Today we explore the different types of sleep disorders, their causes, symptoms, and treatments to help you understand and manage your sleep problems effectively.

Sleep Tight: 7 Tips for Ending Your Day on a Relaxing Note and Getting a Better Night's Sleep

Here are seven tips for ending the day on a good note and getting a good night's sleep, including putting away electronic devices, drinking soothing beverages, exercising, creating a calming environment, reflecting on the day, meditating, and praying.

Meditation For Sleep

If you're trying to get better sleep, meditation could be just what you need.

You’re Only Five Days Away from a Good Night’s Sleep

Most of us struggle to get enough sleep. And when we do sleep, it’s restless and uncomfortable. We wake up feeling just as tired as we were the night before. This has both short- and long-term effects on our overall health and happiness.

A Bedtime Routine That Actually Works

“I’m tired.” This is the new go-to answer to the question, “How are you?” You’ve probably responded this way before (we all have). And you say it with this little smile, usually followed by a sigh, as if your universal tiredness is a sweet joke or a fact of life.

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