Approximately one in four men have sleep apnea, and it could lead to problems with eyesight.
This practice can help calm your brain to get you relaxed and prepared to sleep.
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These four habits are the best for preventing serious health problems, such as heart disease and diabetes.
Doing these things on a regular basis can help boost overall energy.
Do not disturb (your circadian rhythms). As we fall back, enjoy that extra hour of sleep — for now — but use the time to recalibrate your clock in a healthy way.
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