It’s undeniable that the COVID-19 outbreak has changed our lives dramatically. From economic hardships to adjustments in remote learning, working from home, and lack of social interactions, the pandemic has caused our priorities to shift with little warning.
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Falling asleep can feel like a struggle whenever you are dealing with insomnia. Sleep is essential for our bodies to recover from the day prior and regenerate for the day ahead.
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We don’t feel like ourselves whenever we don’t get a full night’s sleep. That’s why Daylight Saving Time (DST) can make us feel fatigued and out-of-sorts from our usual selves.
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As the scientific community studies sleep, a growing link between a lack of sleep and Alzheimer’s disease (AD) has appeared
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Since scientists began studying how sleep affects the human body, they used sleep tracking to collect data. As technology has evolved, so have our sleep tracking capabilities.
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As you lay in bed, thoughts run through your mind at a break-neck pace. The one recurring question that frustrates you the most is: Why can’t I sleep?

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