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Yoga Poses for Insomnia (with pictures)

Yoga Poses for Insomnia (with pictures) I'm not really into the whole yoga thing, for personal reasons, but these are probably good exercises.


Click here for more signs of loneliness ►►►► If you’re in bed a lot, you might be lonely. Studies suggest that lonely people spend more time in their beds, even though they have trouble sleeping....


Pumpkin seeds also get rid of parasites in your body

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Embrace the Latest Trend: Cool Wool

Insomnia | Can't sleep | So tired | Close your eyes | Need to sleep | Counting sheep | Time for bed | Animal humor | Long day | Longer night! Having a bit of Insomnia? Hope you won't need this team tonight! Here's to sleeping eventually!! Good Night, friends.


How Long To Nap For The Biggest Brain Benefits

And with fibro it's always groggy and foggy upon waking. No restorative sleep. Welcome to hell.

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10 Health Benefits Of Jogging

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there's a serenity in shadow, it doesn't try to blind you with harsh rays or slowly burn you alive, unlike the lights need to be known, it's quiet and all too familiar. No one looks outside at night and gets surprised that it's dark in the Winter, it's for reasons such as this that I find comfort in Darkness, it's like an old friend that visits all the time just to hear your signs of relief and burdens you can't share with a person or the sun, never judging or begging to be known....just…


Lapis Lazuli - "Thought to aid in the alleviation of insomnia and depression, Lapis is also known for creating openness, truthfulness, and creativity." According to folklore and stories throughout history says American Gem Society.

from BBC News

Sleep 'cleans' the brain of toxins

The brain uses sleep to wash away the waste toxins built up during a hard day's thinking, researchers have shown. The US team believe the "waste removal system" is one of the fundamental reasons for sleep. Their study, in the journal Science, showed brain cells shrink during sleep to open up the gaps between neurons and allow fluid to wash the brain clean. They also suggest that failing to clear away some toxic proteins may play a role in brain disorders.


Original pinner writes: This happens to many of us with chronic pain quite frequently!