How to Sleep Easier and Avoid Midday Fatigue


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Sleep tight

by Amy Rae Gerber

7 1/2 Hours—That’s the amount of sleep you need to avoid midday fatigue, as well as health problems including insulin resistance, weight gain, and endocrine issues, says Reed Young, MD, a sleep specialist at Park Plaza Hospital and Medical Center in Houston.

Find out how you can get the zzz’s you need with these slumber-inducing tricks and treats in our ultimate health kit.

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