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Melatonin – more than a hormone for sleep

In recent years, melatonin has become one of the world’s most popular dietary supplements – a fact some may attribute to an increase in screen time coupled with “always on” lifestyles. Though this

Pycnogenol Calms Restless Legs

New scientific findings offer hope and a natural solution to those who suffer from Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) — characterized by sensations of crawling, pulling, throbbing, aching, and itching in the legs. This

Sleep and Relaxation Support

Eight Supplements for Sleep and Relaxation Support – STAT!

As mentioned in previous articles, phosphatidylserine, ashwagandha, and melatonin, provide a wide array of nutraceuticals with evidence that backs their use for sleep and relaxation support. In clinical practice however, we often lack

Sleeping with the Lights On Spells Trouble

Sleeping in the dark may make you healthier, according to a new study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Researchers found that just one night of exposure to moderate room light negatively

waking one hour earlier reduces depression

Waking One Hour Earlier Reduces Risk of Depression

Sleep is a strong factor in good mental health. How much change in sleep does one need to make to reduce risk of depression and mood disorders? A new genetic study shows that

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