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Sharp, Focused and Happy: The Connection Between Sleep and Mental Health

Sharp, Focused and Happy: The Connection Between Sleep and Mental HealthBy HealthConditions.info Anyone who’s ever gone a few nights without good, restful sleep can attest to the fact that sleep and mental health are closely tied. Sleep deprivation makes it difficult to concentrate, affects memory, impairs cognitive functioning and makes you anxious, impatient and irritable.

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A shorter work day could be good for your health

A series of pilot projects in Sweden has shown that cutting working hours can create healthier, more productive employees. The most high-profile initiative was at an elderly care home where 80 nurses switched to six-hour days as part of a two-year controlled trial of shorter hours. Eighty staff at a similar care home continued to

Stuck in the middle with you – Tips for coping in the Sandwich Generation

Are you the “meat” in the sandwich generation? Here in Canada almost 10% of middle-aged adults identify themselves as part of the Sandwich Generation. The idea being that many adults are still effectively raising their families while attempting to care for their parents who, thanks to science, better nutrition and healthier lifestyles,

7 Reasons to Make Walking a Part of Your Regular Exercise Routine

Want to live longer, feel more relaxed and lower your risk of heart disease? Take a walk. According to Statistics Canada, walking is our most popular leisure-time activity: 72.4% of Canadians surveyed reported walking during their leisure time. If you don’t walk already – well, there’s no time like the present to start.

Dozed and Confused: The Rules for Getting a Proper Sleep

Dozed and Confused: The Rules for Getting a Proper Sleep Having trouble getting out of bed in the morning? Relying on cup after cup of caffeine to make it through the day? Chances are you aren’t getting a good night’s sleep. If so, you’re not alone. Thirty-five percent of people don’t feel

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