5 Tips for a Better Sleep

Health professionals have never been more emphatic about prioritizing 7-8 hours of rest. Ironically, we are perhaps the most informed generation on the importance of sleep while also the most sleepless. 50-70 million Americans suffer from a lack of sleep (1), with researchers labeling adults between the ages of 25-40 as the “Tired Generation (2).” However, the problem doesn’t seem to be a lack of awareness. Most people know they should sleep more; the difficulty is knowing how. They’re unable to fall asleep on nights they turn in early and wake up groggy on mornings they sleep in.

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The Science Behind CBD’s Rise

Health & Wellness is an industry ruled by trends. With new products being spotlighted every other week, it is no wonder consumers have become wary about which to incorporate. One product that has defied this cycle is CBD, and the key to its persistence seems to lie in the science. Behind the hype stands an ever-growing list of studies backing the drug as an all-natural way to combat mild to severe illness. However, labels like “miracle drug” often cause more skepticism than excitement. What is the science behind CBD’s remarkable uses, and what could it offer to you?

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Introducing XON Shield

You don’t need us to tell you we’re in the midst of a global health crisis the likes of which haven’t been seen in a century. Your best defense against a global health threat is a robust immune system. Your immune system is a fascinating, interconnected network. When functioning correctly, it protects you from millions of harmful bacteria, microbes, viruses, toxins, and parasites. However, for your immune system to do its job correctly, it requires a variety of vitamins and nutrients.

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Introducing XON Kardia

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in America, taking nearly 1 in 3 people. Heart disease kills more people than all forms of cancer combined. In addition, cardiovascular deaths outnumber deaths caused by Accidents, Chronic lower respiratory diseases, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, and diabetes put together.

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How to Stay Healthy During Necessary Travel

Following the Coronavirus pandemic, everyone is being cautious with how they are leading their lives. People have become more conscious of factors that can lead to the spread of this deadly virus, and some have even canceled unnecessary movements and travel.

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6 Over the Counter Drugs That You Should Have During Travel

Traveling abroad can be very exhilarating. It’s an opportunity to experience a new set of things that you are not used to. However, some unforeseen conditions might occur — among them is falling ill. No one wishes to fall sick at any given point, but it’s advisable to take measures that will reduce distress — especially if you know that you’ve some allergies that can be triggered at any time.

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How to Kickstart Your Wellness Routine While Traveling

If you’re looking to improve your health, it’s not a bad idea to start thinking about doing so before you travel. After all, no one wants to be sick while away from home. If you’re getting ready to go on a trip soon, it’s time to consider all the things you can do to improve your health now.

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