Sleep in the City: How Noise and Light Can Disrupt Your Slumber

Wednesday, 16 September 2020 by
If you live in a city that never sleeps, does that mean you don’t get to, either? Some people struggle more than others with the effects of city noises and bright lights, but there’s no doubt they can make your sleep more fitful and make it harder for you to get as much shut-eye as you really need. How noise...
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SoClean, Inc. Supports Effort to Build an Outdoor Classroom and Greenhouse at the Acorn School

Friday, 28 August 2020 by
Peterborough and Stratham, NH – To help support early learning and provide additional resources to local nonprofit organizations, SoClean has made a donation to Acorn School in Stratham, NH for the construction of an outdoor classroom. The donation will help make this project a reality for the school and further enrich educational programs for all students.
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Is It Better to Be a Night Owl or an Early Bird?

Friday, 28 August 2020 by
Assuming you get the recommended seven to nine hours of sleep every night, does it really matter which hours you’re sleeping? The answer seems to be yes—although more research may be needed to determine exactly why. Here’s a look at the difference between the two major sleeping patterns, the research on their health impacts, and how you can nudge your...
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Does Intermittent Fasting Help with Sleep?

Wednesday, 12 August 2020 by
For almost all of human history, food has been a scarce resource, and periods of fasting—even long ones—were fairly common. For many of us today, however, our next meal is no farther away than the kitchen pantry. Overconsumption of food, not underconsumption, is more likely to be our biggest health threat.
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