Gayle in the Garden

Not only is gardening one of the most relaxing activities you can choose, but it also yields great benefits for your health. Along with a garden full...

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Shoulder Tension Releasers

Prepare yourself to rest and sleep soundly with Night Moves, Elisabeth Halfpapp's series of relaxing stretches and exercises. If you carry stress in ...

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5 Tips To Help You, "sleep when the baby sleeps." For Real.

Brooke Nalle, founder of Sleepy on Hudson and is a sleep coach for children and their tired parents. We're thrilled to have her brilliant insight. He...

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Working from Bed

Don't try this at home. Seriously. Lots of you are doing it, and, we understand, but the best sleep doctors will tell you that your bed is for sleep...

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Gardening Therapy - Eat and Sleep Better

Mary Mary quite contrary, how does your garden grow? Nutritionist Gayle Reichler has three good reasons why every "Mary" needs to get digging. 1 - G...

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Re-setting Your Body Clock with the Sun

Bedtime Network's resident nutritionist, Gayle Reichler, is back with a springtime reminder about the importance of sunshine in our lives. Vitamin "D-...

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Infertility - Putting It To Bed

Sleep. Bedtime. Sex time.  When the three converge it can be a challenge.  Our experts weigh in on the drama of the infertile couple.  What to do when becoming pregnant takes precedence?

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The Dos And Don'ts Of Eating And Sleeping

Gayle in the Garden

Not only is gardening one of the most relaxing activities you can choose, but it also yields great benefits for your health.  Along with a garden full of healthy, delicious vegetables, you can also plant…

Relationships

What's Keeping You Up At Night?

TV and Bedtime

Did you know that in addition to emitting "blue light," (which is a notable force in keeping bedtime away), television can also keep you from hearing your own thoughts?  Relationship Nyiri Grigorian gives us the…

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What Whets Your Late Night App-etite

This is not another article about what to eat and what not to eat before bedtime.  Rather, it's about what you consume - you and your brain, that is.

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The Latest Buzz In Sleep

"The Nappies and Snoozin" with Eileen Kaplan

Get the scoop on "positive napping."  Beloved author of "Laughter is the Breast Medicine" Eileen Kaplan makes a special bedtime appearance this week when she uncovers her views on sleep and napping.  From the looks…

Slow down, you move too fast.  Sound familiar? These aren't just the lyrics to Simon & Garfunkel's hit, "Feelin' Groovy".  Who isn't in search of a calmer, saner life?  Enter Suze Yalof Schwartz, founder of Unplug Meditation, an L.A. based guided-meditation studio.  This meditation maven shares her bedtime secrets with us.  Take time out for yourself and read on.

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Dear Lauri,
I had a dream the other night the palms of my hands were blistered and the skin was moving under it like something was trying to crawl out. Disgusting!!!
   - Jill 42, Hixson, TN

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Dear Lauri,
Last night I dreamt over and over that I was getting abandoned. People would come to pick me up to take me home but would leave before I could get to them.
   – Alison 42, Chattanooga, TN

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Get the scoop on "positive napping."  Beloved author of "Laughter is the Breast Medicine" Eileen Kaplan makes a special bedtime appearance this week when she uncovers her views on sleep and napping.  From the looks of it, this classy humorist has no trouble finding 5 winks here and there, even under considerable circumstances!  

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Dear Lauri,
I had a dream the other night that there was this ugly black dog in our house.  It was attacking my children, my dog, and me.  The strange part is, even though he seemed very offensive and was biting us, it was not graphic (none of us were bleeding), but I could actually feel the dog biting me. 
 –Barbara, Oshkosh, WI

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Sleep. Bedtime. Sex time.  When the three converge it can be a challenge.  Our experts weigh in on the drama of the infertile couple.  What to do when becoming pregnant takes precedence?

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Dear Lauri,
I was in the kitchen frying eggs or something, but then the paper towel roll that is next to the stove caught on fire, then the fire spread to the wall and on up to the spice cabinet. Whenever I managed to put it out, it would start right back up again!   - Rob 44, Las Vegas, NV

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Dear Lauri,
Is there a meaning to those dreams you have when you first fall asleep and you like fall or trip or slip and jerk back awake? Like barely any time has passed and the entire dream is just that quick fall that makes you jerk your whole body...do you know what I am talking about? Am I making sense?   - Shelley, Chesapeake, VA 

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Dear Lauri,
Last night I dreamed that I had locked my 3 or 4 year old nephew (he's 19 and a Marine now) in a cage for 3 days while I went on vacation. When I came back home he was emaciated and his skin was shredded and falling off his bones. I felt so horrible! I tried to feed him and clean him up. I woke up freaking out.
   – Robin 33,   Antwerp, OH

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This is not another article about what to eat and what not to eat before bedtime.  Rather, it's about what you consume - you and your brain, that is.

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