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Avoid The Thanksgiving Food Coma!

People falling asleep in recliners the very minute that Thanksgiving dinner is over has given the holiday a bit of a reputation. Sleepiness or extreme lethargy induced by the consumption of a large amount of food has been dubbed the Thanksgiving Food Coma.

The Secret is a Pre-Meal Power Nap. Afterwards, you'll have plenty of energy to ride through the day- though there are a few more thing's that wound help as well. Read on to learn more.

Holiday Funnies


Let Us Give Thanks For The Laughs

We praise the feast we are about to eat, though it is large we will defeat the bird again this year.



“More than 85 percent of mammalian species are polyphasic sleepers, meaning that they sleep for short periods throughout the day,”

-The National Sleep Foundation.

After the Feast, it is time to slay the beast.
AKA: Post-meal exhaustion.

Turkey Hacks


17 Life-Saving Thanksgiving Hacks

Prepare for battle- ahem, I mean. Prepare for the holiday.

After all, if you're too stressed out from meal and decoration prep, how will you have a good time?

Here are some certified Thanksgiving Day Hacks.



Coming Soon: Sleepbreath Home PSG Monitor

Sleepbreath is a polysomnogram competitive sensor with patented algorithms that tracks your sleep data comprehensively to help solving your sleeping problems.

(Psst. Usually a test like this costs thousands and you need a doctor to do it in a lab.)

Q & A

Our readers are invited to email us with their questions!

Q: How do I help my partner with their snoring? (Amanda F.)

Hello Amanda!

Lie them on their side.
The NHS says that if you sleep on your side, it avoids the squashed airways you could get if you sleep on your back. If your partner is likely to roll onto their back often, buy them a body pillow that will prevent this.

Place extra pillows under their head. We recommend elevating the head with good quality pillows.

"How To Stop Your Partner Snoring", Dreams, accessed November 11, 2020


Q: Can snoring be cured? (Adam P.)

Hi Adam!

There are a few avenues to help alleviate snoring.

Lose weight. Losing even a little bit of weight can reduce fatty tissue in the back of the throat and decrease, or even stop, snoring.

Quit smoking. If you smoke, your chances of snoring are high. Smoking irritates the membranes in the nose and throat which can block the airways and cause snoring. While quitting is easier said than done, it can bring quick snoring relief.

Avoid alcohol, sleeping pills, and sedatives because they relax the muscles in the throat and interfere with breathing. Also talk to your doctor about any prescription medications you’re taking, as some encourage a deeper level of sleep which can make snoring worse.

Be careful what you eat before bed. Research shows that eating large meals or consuming certain foods such as dairy or soymilk right before bedtime can make snoring worse.

Exercise in general can reduce snoring, even if it doesn’t lead to weight loss. That’s because when you tone various muscles in your body, such as your arms, legs, and abs, this leads to toning the muscles in your throat, which in turn can lead to less snoring. There are also specific exercises you can do to strengthen the muscles in your throat.

"How to stop snoring" Helpguide, accessed Nov 26, 2020

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Newsletter #7, Volume 1, Edition 48

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