Snoring

  1. Kick Nasal Allergies in the Petunia

    AllergiesThinking about moving to Arizona to avoid nasal allergies? Think again, my friend. Allergens are everywhere.  Pollen, dust, animal dander, mold - all seemingly harmless until your body mistakes them for something sinister, like bacteria or a virus.  Next thing you know, bam!  You're a red-eyed sneeze monster. 

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  2. Allergy Relief Begins at Home

    Sure, take your prescription antihistamines and over-the-counter allergy medications.  After all, it's a sneezy itchy mess out there.  But according to WebMD Health News, 60% of people with springtime allergies have limited success treating their symptoms, by any means.  There is "no single magic bullet" to eliminate allergy attacks.

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  3. Headache Remedies

    Looking for a quick fix for your headache?  Get in line.  It is no wonder headache cures and remedies are so sought after.  Headaches are rampant - some worse than others, caused by hundreds of reasons from bad posture to pollution to vitamin deficiencies. 

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  4. Insomnia: Practical Advice from a Pro

    I consider myself to be a blessed sleeper.  Most nights, I fall asleep easily, only wake up a few times for a bathroom break, and wake up relatively refreshed.  This does not mean that I never struggle with insomnia.  I have had my nights of tossing and turning, or waking up in the middle of the night, unable to get back to sleep till it is time to wake up.  That is all part of normal sleep. 

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  5. Trouble Sleeping? Try These for Better Sleep

    May is National "Better Sleep Month".  We think that's brilliant because we have some really, really great products to help you sleep better - and they're all natural.  At least you won't have to worry about driving the car or raiding the fridge while under the influence of sleeping pills! 

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  6. Why Your Pillow is Gross and How to Pick a New One

    Your pillow is just as important as your mattress when chasing that perfect night's sleep.  If you have headaches, neck pains, shoulder pains, numbness, sneezing, snoring or wheezing when you wake up, your pillow may not be causing the problem, but it is likely contributing.   

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  7. Stop Snoring! You're Driving Me Crazy

    Whatever the reason for your chronic, continuous snoring, be it that you’re getting older, drunker or fatter, you’re probably getting on your bedmate’s nerves, not to mention wiping out any chance they have for a good night’s sleep. Trust me. Now, I’m not talking about the occasional ‘mild’ snoring that you do when you sleep in a certain position, or when you have a cold – we all do it. My dog snores. Babies snore. I’m talking about those loud, intolerable, ground shaking snuffelupagus snores that just won’t quit, minute after minute, night after night. Flashback to my dad. Thank goodness my mom couldn’t hear a thing without her hearing aids in. Doesn’t mean us kids couldn’t. OMG.

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