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      Author: William Marrero

      Will enjoy's studying the human mind and how it works. His passion for the last couple of years has been focused on sleep health. In his own words, "I truly love sharing what I've learned."

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      10-09-18 | By William Marrero

      Can Sleep Deprivation Lead To A Relapse?

      Scientists understand a lot more about sleep today than they did a decade ago, but there are still things to learn about our natural ‘power charging’ state – especially in recovery. Prevention Before Treatment For instance, there is a big difference between the symptoms lack of sleep brings in a healthy brain in comparison to … Continued

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      12-26-17 | By William Marrero

      Importance of Quality Sleep During Your Addiction Recovery

      A good night sleep may be an overwhelming challenge while recovering from addiction. The withdrawal and the changes undertaken by your body can prevent you from getting proper rest. The inability to sleep may lead to so much stress that a person could quickly fall into relapse. That’s why quality repose is vital during recovery, … Continued