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Do Women Need More Sleep than Men?

September 23, 2014

  First some good news for women Women are born with a natural ability to sleep better. Starting at birth girls have more slow-wave or deep restorative sleep. Women continue to have significantly more deep sleep well into their 30’s. By contrast, men experience a decline in deep sleep beginning in their 20’s.1 Women tend to awaken fewer times during the night. They are also able to fall asleep faster. In a sleep lab men took on average 23.2 minutes to fall asleep and women took 9.3 minutes.2 Women may function better with less sleep. Men say they need about 6.2 hours and women say they need about 6.8 hours of sleep to function best.3 Research measuring performance suggests that...

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8 Sleep Hacks for New Moms

September 01, 2014

  Schedule babies nighttime feeding for optimal sleep. The idea here is to share baby’s feedings in such a way that both parents get as much uninterrupted sleep as possible. In the evening mom gives the 8pm feeding and then both her and baby go to bed.  Dad (partner) does the next feeding at around 10pm using bottled milk (mother’s milk). After feeding baby dad goes to bed. Mom then awakens for babies 2-4am feeding. This way each parent will have an opportunity to get at least 6 hours of continuous sleep. Take 20 to 90 minute power nap during the day when baby is sleeping. If you are not able to get sufficient nighttime sleep, take an afternoon nap....

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Wool is the Best Allergy Proof Bedding

August 27, 2014

Characteristics of wool bedding that make it an ideal choice for allergy suffers: Wool bedding is not required (by law) to be coated with fire retardant chemicals. This is because wool is naturally difficult to ignite, does not melt and will self-extinguish. Wool is naturally an ant-microbial and anti-fungal. Wool is also neutrally charged and therefore anti-static. Bacteria prefer positively charged smooth surfaces found on synthetic fibers. Wool fibers are 6 times more durable than cotton. Wool fibers are highly resistant and therefore do not easily breakdown to create dust.  Wool also has several natural characteristics that make it dust mite resistant. Lanoline is a natural wax found on wool that acts to repel dust mites. The natural breathability of...

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