|Top-10 Best Sleep Habits: Advice From a Doctor|
by James Hubbard, M.D., M.P.H.
Sleep is one of our most basic instincts. So why is it so difficult for some of us to get enough?
Studies continue to laud its health benefits. One study found that people who didn't get at least eight hours of quality sleep were at three to five times the risk for the common cold because of decreased immunity. Surely this is just the canary in the coal mine. If if it makes us more susceptible to a cold, to what other, more serious, problems can it lead?
Here are 10 tried-and-true tips for better sleep hygiene.
Here's to a good night's sleep.
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written by Bobby , October 01, 2011
Roll a doobie and hit that chronic son. I've had insomnia sense I was 7, and for 8 years I was loaded on ambien and other useless synthetics. I never liked the idea of putting chemically processed aids I into my body. That's why I stopped using them when I was fiftteen. One time after dinner I smoked a bowl and was out cold for the entire night. The rest of the following day I felt like a million bucks. Trust me, use marijuana and support the cause. And if you have a problem with it then move to a state where everyone uses it legally. Im living in Colorado now and smoke legally. Plus herb will save the world. Legalize!