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Can Shifting Your Sleep Schedule Cause a Heart Attack?

…sleeping area. Plus, drink a cup of tea that contains valerian or chamomile, both of which help to make you drowsy. * Consider getting an Earthing sheet for your bed, which helps to lower blood pressure and inflammation and promote sleep. * Avoid easy-to-grab convenience foods and follow a heart-healthy…

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8 Health-Boosting Secrets From My Life

…age you faster, and put you at a greater risk for developing heart disease than cholesterol. 3. Sleep 5–7 hours per night, grounded on an Earthing sheet. 4. Exercise three or four days per week, between 40-60 minutes at a time. My "cardio" days include walking my dog. I also make sure to do my back and…

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8 Ways to Outsmart Poison Ivy

…Oatmeal baths can help to sooth the rash, and if need be you may need to try conventional treatments like Medrol or Prednisone. 8. Wash clothing, sheets, and towels after each use to avoid spreading any possible discharge. Now it’s your turn: Do you have any natural poison ivy prevention and treatment…

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5 Easy, Natural Cures for the Health Hazards of Summer

…natural insecticides, repelling more than 200 insects including ticks. When outdoors in tick infested areas, you can also use scented Bounce dryer sheets in your pockets to repel ticks since they don't like the smell. If you do get a tick bite, watch for symptoms of Lyme disease. * Sunburn. After a brief…

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Helping Your Pet to Live a Long, Healthy Life

…hoping to develop pet-sized Earthing products in the near future, but in the meantime I hear amazing stories of cats jumping onto grounding mats and sheets without prompting. A Facebook follower commented her cat "gravitates" to her grounding gear. For housebound cats especially, grounding is critical—even…

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8 Ways to Prevent Tick-Borne Illnesses

…product from India repels over 200 insects, including ticks. Jan also found Neem soaps, shampoos, and rinses on the market. 6. Wear fabric softener sheets; attached to belts, stuff in pockets. No research, but people say it helps. 7. Plant flowers plants in your yard that deer hate, including ferns, daffodils…

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