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How does Daylight Saving Time Affect Sleep?

Humans are most vulnerable to sleep deprivation in early March, as they transition from Standard Time to DST. One study found that the average person receives 40 minutes less sleep on the Monday after “springing forward” compared to other nights of the year. Researchers have also noted negative effects that occur during the transition from DST to Standard Time in November.

The Surprising Connection between COVID-19 and the Brain

As COVID-19 sweeps through populations of every country in the world, scientists are learning yet another unhappy fact about what this stealthy organism is leaving in its wake. Not only does the virus leave the body of many of its victims compromised, but it’s having serious, and long-term effects, on the brain and nervous systems of some people.

Woman “Feels Like Herself” Again After Turning to the Center for Brain Training for Help for Sleep and Anxiety

Forty-two-year-old “Allison” was worried that she was about to lose her mind (or at least it felt that way). Stress ran unshackled throughout her body and brain, and she was unable to put on the brakes.

Allison was simply overwhelmed with life’s demands: She was running a business, renovating a new home for her family’s move from Miami to Jupiter,

How Many Hours of Sleep Do Teens Really Need?

Sleep is a necessary process to refuel, recharge, and restore our bodies. As important as it is for adults, it’s even more critical for teens. Their bodies and brains are still developing, making shuteye crucial to ensure proper development.

As kids move from their childhood to their teenage years, they experience a shift in their biological clock.

Tinnitus, Anxiety, Panic, Depression Improve with BioReg and EMF Reduction

Antonia was plagued by ringing in her ears (tinnitus), severe anxiety, panic attacks, depression and disrupted sleep (she could go to sleep but not stay asleep). Five healthcare professionals couldn’t help. After doing seven sessions of body biofeedback and significantly reducing the EMF’s in her home by disconnecting all WiFi and Bluetooth, the ringing in [...]

Less Meds for Boy with ADHD Lets Mom Enjoy “The Real” Him

Eleven-year-old Oliver is still a “smarty pants,” says his mom Lorena with a smile, but the tornado he used to impersonate is long gone. Diagnosed several years ago with ADHD, he remains very active but isn’t “over the top” anymore when it comes to being distracted – and exasperating.

No longer hearing complaints from school about her son,

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