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Month: April 2020

Taking care of ME ?>

Taking care of ME

If you ever traveled by plane, surely you’ve heard the whole shpiel from flight attendants about no smoking, emergency exits, and safety belts. Included in the shpiel that most people ignore is if there is a loss of cabin pressure, the yellow oxygen masks will deploy from the ceiling compartment, located above your head. Then they go on to tell you to please secure your own mask before assisting others around you. This typically goes against what most of us…

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Lavender Oil and Effects on Sleep ?>

Lavender Oil and Effects on Sleep

All of reality television is so captivating because of all the drama. Yes, it is true. The reality may not be so real, but I don’t really care if I am being entertained. Producers force people that don’t like each other to fill together. With that alone, you’re bound to get a lot of drama. On top of that, no one can have their phone out or use the computer. Shows like the bachelor and the challenge that are very…

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Who said “Sleep is over-rated” ?>

Who said “Sleep is over-rated”

  Who said “Sleep is over-rated”? Not enough emphasis is placed on the importance of good and restful sleep. There is no controversy about the human need for sleep, we all need it but don’t usually get enough of it. The Center for Disease Control gives the following recommendation according to age. Newborns (0–3 months): 14–17 hours Infants (4–12 months): 12–16 hours Toddler (1–2 years): 11–14 hours Preschool (3–5 years): 10–13 hours School age (6–12 years): 9–12 hours Teen (13–18…

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