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When nights are not restful

Many people have a lot of bad nights. Some experience unpleasant sensations in their legs. Some people have to-do lists that are too heavy to handle mentally. Others are desperately trying to calm their nocturnal asthma symptoms. Fortunately, there are solutions to alleviate these issues.
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What is restless legs syndrome?


Restless legs syndrome (RLS) is a condition that involves unpleasant sensations in the legs that can prevent sleep. Non-drug approaches may be sufficient to get back to sleep, but sometimes medication is necessary.

Demystifying RLS

Nocturnal asthma, the enemy of sleep


Wheezing, coughing, tightness and shortness of breath are often worse at night for people with asthma. Although the factors that cause these symptoms are not well understood, some habits can help reduce them.

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Mental load weighs heavily on women


Mental load is the work that needs to be done to keep daily life going, which most often falls on women. The problem is that this mental load can leave them physically exhausted over time.

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