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If you have trouble sleeping, sooner or later, you may consider taking melatonin. What is it? Melatonin is a hormone made by a small gland in the brain; when it is dark, this hormone is released into the bloodstream and tells our body that it is night and time to start winding down for sleep…. View Article
Hey #MarchMadness fans! You can win an iPad Mini simply by creating a #Cynny Livecast. Check out the link for full contest details and turn your pictures, video, music, and texts into an interactive online show! Details here: http://www.cynnycontest.com/
For people who have trouble getting to or staying asleep, technology can help. Wearable devices can monitor and record the amount and quality of sleep you get each night, according to BetterSleep.org. The subject wears an accessory, such as a wristband, headband or watch containing implanted sensors that log heart rate, respiration, sleep interruptions and depth… View Article
Does it take you a long time to fall asleep? Feel sleepy and fatigued during the day? You may have a high workload, according to a recent article published in the scientific journal SLEEP. Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania studied 63 adults in a well-controlled ten-day laboratory study. Half of all participants performed computer tasks under a high… View Article
Why purchase #SleepRate? -SleepRate app for iOS and Android -Unlimited Sleep Monitoring and Sleep Analytics -Sleep Assessment after a week of sleep tracking -Sleep Improvement Plan tailored to your needs -A Polar H7 Heart Rate Sensor is included with your purchase! Click here to read the full article found on Keep.com!
Dear Ready to Hire: In assessing potential applications of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) instrument, it’s helpful to think of it as an owner’s manual, rather than a buyer’s guide. You don’t use the MBTI to predict performance — you use it to get the best performance. It doesn’t hold any type as better than… View Article
The kGoal device syncs up to your phone with Bluetooth to help track your kegel exercises.  (Amy Klein, Yahoo Health) You should be doing them while waiting at traffic lights – walking or driving. You should be doing them while standing in line at the supermarket or doctor’s office. You can do them almost anywhere,… View Article