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sleep deprivation

Some tea before bed is a good idea.
Parents, in particular, often feel hardest-hit by the daylight saving time-shift -- when there are more hours of daylight and fewer hours of dusk and dark -- and children simply refuse to stick with their bedtime routine. Here are five tips that can save your family from daylight-saving-time disaster.
If you have a hard time suppressing your yawns, in spite of your excitement for longer days and warmer weather, then feast your eyes on these coffee-infused recipes to help you stay awake.
"Well-rested employees are better employees."
The importance of getting enough sleep is undisputed among experts. But research also suggests that too much shut-eye may
Because you need to sleep before the baby arrives.
Skipping sleep won't help you get ahead.
We should have known from their birth that this was going to be a lifelong battle. I remember after the twins were born, listening to other new moms brag how their kids were sleeping through the night at three months old and secretly hating them. I remember trying all the same things I had done with my first and wondering why it wasn't working with O and W. 1 to 3 hours of sleep for their first 18 months would destroy the strongest of men but somehow we survived it.
These tips will help get you through the day.
Bonus: you'll have lower body fat, too!