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  1. 5 Tips to Fabulous Hair in the Morning

    You just woke up from a great nights rest feeling good and ready to start the day. As you make your way to the bathroom, you catch a glimpse of your hair and begin to question why they call it beauty sleep. As much as those strands gone wild make you want to get back into bed and hide under your pillow, we have a few tricks up our sleeve. Sleeping beauty never said it was easy.

    Between getting rid of the morning breath and styling your hair, mornings can be a bit hectic. If you shower at night then this can give you more time to catch a few extra Zz’s in the morning or pack a lunch! Make sure that your hair is completely dry before going to bed. This can prevent those dreaded morning crazy strands. If you have time to let it air-dry then go for it! Blow drying your hair will work just as well.

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  2. Best Bedtime Drinks for Better Sleep

    Looking for that perfect night cap to send you off to the sweet cycle of sleep? Although the romantic films portray the stars enjoying the perfect occasional night cap, the alcoholic drink is probably the one drink you want to stay away from.

    Although the initial effect of alcohol make you feel relaxed or sleepy, alcohol consumed near bedtime can actually disrupt your sleep. Many people use alcohol to help them relax after a stressful day. And although it can help you to fall asleep, once the alcohol has been metabolized in your system, it will very likely awaken you from your sleep. If you do manage to fall back to sleep easily, you will likely wake up the next day feeling tired and groggy.

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  3. Benefits of Sleep

    The more I research the benefits of being well rested, the more I learn about how sleep affects our health. Here are a few more reasons that sleep is so important, some might surprise you…

    There are many health problems linked to inflammation, such as heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and arthritis. Recent research has shown that people who get less than six hours of sleep a night have higher levels of inflammatory proteins in their blood than of people who sleep more.

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