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Which sleep mask is right for you?
Sleep masks are used at home, in a hotel, or while travelling as a passenger in a car, train, or airplane to block out either natural light (sunlight) or artificial light. Night shifters use them to sleep during the day and patients in hospitals use them to block out light emitting from the hallway. Others use them simply to relax or meditate or block the light when their partner is reading in bed.
Sooth jet lag with a home away from home

If you’ve travelled by plane for more than a few hours, you’re probably one of the more than 90% of all air travellers who have suffered the effects of jet lag. Business travellers find they underperform for the first day or two after travel. Vacationers complain they don’t feel up to enjoying the sights for at least a day while their bodies recover.

Are Allergies Keeping Your Family Awake at Night?
Do you and your family get up tired, suffering from fatigue during the day because you couldn’t sleep at night? Are allergies to blame? If so, you’re not alone.
Fun facts about sleep from The National Sleep Research Project
This is a fun article with some suprising statistics that were compiled as an adjunct to The National Sleep Research Project. Some interesting facts:  Dreams were once thought to only occur during REM sleep - however they can occur to a lesser extend in non-REM sleep phases REM Sleep occurs in bursts for about a total of 2hrs...

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