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Inositol and Sleep

Posted by David Brady on

To many patients, adequate sleep might often be a low item on the priority list until the years of insufficient sleep and/or low quality sleep stack up, producing chronic fatigue, a weakened immunity and compromised health. Many fail to understand the importance of the restoration and healing that occurs during those eight critical hours when the body disengages from the stimulating activities of the day and focuses on rebuilding and repairing hormones, cells, and immunity.

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Sleep Position May Influence Brain Health

Posted by David Brady on

Whether we hit the snooze button three times before getting out of bed for work, or we catch a quick catnap during the day, or we sleep in on the weekend to try and make up for sleep debt accumulated during the week, there’s no doubt: humans love to sleep. And for good reason. 

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Vitamin E & the Brain

Posted by David Brady on

When it comes to micronutrients, you can probably list at least one major function for most vitamins and minerals. For example:  calcium for bone health; iron for healthy blood; vitamin C for a strong immune system. But what about vitamin E? If you don’t know much about this under appreciated compound, keep reading. 

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