Sleep Awareness

National Sleep Awareness Month

7 Tips for a Better Night’s Sleep March is National Sleep Awareness Month, a perfect time to reflect on how much sleep you’re getting. Sleep is crucial for your health in many ways because it affects brain function, energy levels during the day, hormonal balance, and the ability for the body to repair itself. Are […]

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‘Tis the Season for Knowing Concussion Symptoms

As winter continues its frosty full-court press across the St. Croix River Valley, now’s a good time to up your awareness of mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI), also known as concussion. What’s the connection between concussion and winter? Several of the sports where concussions most commonly occur are played in winter, including hockey, basketball and […]

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