Acid Reflux Advisor Wed, 25 Aug 2021 09:23:31 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.5.5 Afghanistan Flag Carried in Paralympics Opening Ceremony in Display of “Solidarity and Peace” /afghanistan-flag-carried-in-paralympics-opening-ceremony-in-display-of-solidarity-and-peace/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=afghanistan-flag-carried-in-paralympics-opening-ceremony-in-display-of-solidarity-and-peace Wed, 25 Aug 2021 09:23:31 +0000 https://www.popsugar.com.au/?p=200796 During the Paralympics opening ceremony on Tuesday night in Tokyo, the Afghanistan national flag was carried in as a show of “solidarity and peace,” according to Andrew Parsons, the President of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC). Afghanistan was supposed to have two athletes compete in the Paralympic Games, but had […]

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During the Paralympics opening ceremony on Tuesday night in Tokyo, the Afghanistan national flag was carried in as a show of “solidarity and peace,” according to Andrew Parsons, the President of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC). Afghanistan was supposed to have two athletes compete in the Paralympic Games, but had to withdraw after flights out of Kabul were cancelled following the Taliban seizure of power.

The two Afghan athletes that were set to compete in the Paralympics were track athlete Hossain Rasouli and taekwondo athlete Zakia Khudadadi, who would have been the first Afghan woman to compete in the Paralympics. Last week, Parsons told Reuters that there were no commercial flights out of Kabul and that there was “no safe way to try to bring these athletes to Tokyo.”

The Afghanistan flag is also flown from the Olympic stadium in Tokyo. “It is important to highlight that as it is a message of solidarity and peace that we send to the world,” Parsons said, according to Olympics.com “We would like to have them here, unfortunately it is not possible, but they will be here in spirit.”

Scroll through to see photos of the Afghanistan flag being carried in during the Paralympics opening ceremony.

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Relive the 2021 Paralympic Opening Ceremony in Tokyo With These 18 Photos /relive-the-2021-paralympic-opening-ceremony-in-tokyo-with-these-18-photos/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=relive-the-2021-paralympic-opening-ceremony-in-tokyo-with-these-18-photos Wed, 25 Aug 2021 09:23:31 +0000 https://www.popsugar.com.au/?p=200848 The 2021 Paralympic Games kicked off in Tokyo Tuesday night, and while the stadium was mostly empty due to COVID safety regulations, the athletes and performers still brought high energy. The Afghanistan flag was brought into the stadium as a sign of “solidarity and peace,” a video from the WeThe15 […]

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The 2021 Paralympic Games kicked off in Tokyo Tuesday night, and while the stadium was mostly empty due to COVID safety regulations, the athletes and performers still brought high energy. The Afghanistan flag was brought into the stadium as a sign of “solidarity and peace,” a video from the WeThe15 campaign was broadcast to raise awareness about how society treats the disabled.

Take a look at these 18 photos from the Paralympic Games opening ceremony in Tokyo, and get excited to let the Games begin!

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Regé-Jean Page Recorded a Sleep Story For the Calm App, and I’m Decidedly Not Calm /rege-jean-page-recorded-a-sleep-story-for-the-calm-app-and-im-decidedly-not-calm/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=rege-jean-page-recorded-a-sleep-story-for-the-calm-app-and-im-decidedly-not-calm Wed, 25 Aug 2021 09:23:30 +0000 https://www.popsugar.com.au/?p=200908 Image Source: Getty / David M. Benett I sincerely hope Calm’s servers are prepared for a drastic influx of new users this week, because Regé-Jean Page was just announced as the latest celebrity to collaborate with the meditation app. The charming Bridgerton actor lent his dulcet, British-accented voice for a […]

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I sincerely hope Calm’s servers are prepared for a drastic influx of new users this week, because Regé-Jean Page was just announced as the latest celebrity to collaborate with the meditation app. The charming Bridgerton actor lent his dulcet, British-accented voice for a 32-minute sleep story, narrating “The Prince and the Naturalist” by author Victoria Gosling. The tale transports listeners back in time to Old England, as “a naturalist and his royal pupil find that nature is the best teacher,” according to a Calm press release. Sure, the plot sounds intriguing, but I could listen to Page talk about, well, basically anything – subway rats, cinderblocks, quantum physics – and I’d be hooked for hours on end.

Though the recording is intended to help app subscribers drift off at night, I have a sneaking suspicion it may wind up producing the opposite effect on those who tune in. I mean, how the heck is one expected to fall asleep as visions of the Duke of Hastings seductively licking a spoon dance through their heads? Perhaps it’ll become part of my new WFH soundtrack or morning wake-up routine instead.

Related: 11 Snooze-Worthy Podcasts to Help You Fall Asleep

To hear Page wax on about nature any time of day, head over to cal.mn/regejean or the Calm app for his sleep story narration, available starting today. Pro tip: Calm offers a seven-day free trial if you don’t already have an account, and you must cancel your subscription at least 24 hours before the week ends if you wish to avoid being charged the $70 yearly subscription fee. Happy snoozing (or fantasising!), dear reader.

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Dentists Don’t Love the TikTok Trend That Involves Decanting Toothpaste into Glass Dispensers /dentists-dont-love-the-tiktok-trend-that-involves-decanting-toothpaste-into-glass-dispensers/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=dentists-dont-love-the-tiktok-trend-that-involves-decanting-toothpaste-into-glass-dispensers Wed, 25 Aug 2021 09:23:28 +0000 https://www.popsugar.com.au/?p=201108 In an attempt to make one’s space more aesthetically pleasing, some TikTok users are decanting their toothpaste and mouthwash into glass containers. What seems like a pretty harmless idea — that would definitely improve the look of your bathroom — it’s something dentists actually want you to avoid doing. Why? […]

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In an attempt to make one’s space more aesthetically pleasing, some TikTok users are decanting their toothpaste and mouthwash into glass containers. What seems like a pretty harmless idea — that would definitely improve the look of your bathroom — it’s something dentists actually want you to avoid doing.

Why? Well, while mouthwash is often sold in clear packaging, toothpaste isn’t and there’s a reason for this. According to dentist Dr Suhail Mohiuddin, “the ingredients of toothpaste are not UV-stable so exposing them to light can make them ineffective.”

If you think about the toothpaste aisle at the supermarket, there isn’t a clear packaged toothpaste to be found. Similar to an ingredient like vitamin C used in skincare, toothpaste is quite sensitive and can be rendered useless if exposed to the sun in a clear container. And no one wants toothpaste that isn’t doing what it’s designed to do.

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In some cases, TikTok users are even mixing toothpaste and mouthwash together to create a weird hybrid product to cut down time spent on one’s oral hygiene routine. And unfortunately, dentists aren’t so keen on this idea either due to the use of clear packaging but also because the proportions of the products are being tampered with.

“The thing about a tube of toothpaste is it’s kind of been one of those things that have been refined for many, many years to make sure as far as like the materials inside are at the right proportions,” Dr Amber Donnaig told In The Know. “I just think that’s just something to stay away from.”

So there you have it! While we appreciate the effort to make your space a little prettier, give this trend a miss. Your teeth will thank you.

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Meet Team Australia’s Paralympic Opening Ceremony Flag Bearers: Danni Di Toro and Ryley Batt /meet-team-australias-paralympic-opening-ceremony-flag-bearers-danni-di-toro-and-ryley-batt/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=meet-team-australias-paralympic-opening-ceremony-flag-bearers-danni-di-toro-and-ryley-batt Tue, 24 Aug 2021 03:12:47 +0000 https://www.popsugar.com.au/?p=199729 The Paralympics will kick off in Tokyo at 9pm AEST on Tuesday, August 24, with the Opening Ceremony. And we’re so ready to feel all of the warm, fuzzy feelings as we watch our Aussie athletes compete on the world stage once more. Carrying the flag for Team Australia at […]

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The Paralympics will kick off in Tokyo at 9pm AEST on Tuesday, August 24, with the Opening Ceremony. And we’re so ready to feel all of the warm, fuzzy feelings as we watch our Aussie athletes compete on the world stage once more.

Carrying the flag for Team Australia at this year’s Paralympics Opening Ceremony is table tennis player Danni Di Toro and wheelchair rugby legend Ryley Batt OAM. According to the ABC, this is Di Toro’s seventh Paralympic Games and Batt’s fourth, with Batt aiming to win his third straight gold medal.

Di Toro made her Paralympics debut in 1996 as a wheelchair tennis player, before moving to table tennis in 2016. She has previously won a silver medal at the Sydney Games in 2000 and Athens in 2004 for wheelchair tennis, as reported by The Sydney Morning Herald.

Batt made his debut at the Beijing Games when he was just 15 years old, taking home a silver medal. He won his first gold medal at the London Games in 2012, following it up with another in Rio four years later. And now, Batt and Di Toro will be leading the 179 Australian Para-athletes into the Tokyo Games.

“It’s incredibly humbling, especially when I think about the Paralympians before us who’ve had this honour,” Di Toro said in a statement. “When I first got told, to be honest, there were tears. When people see and appreciate what you do, how much you care and how fiercely passionate you are, it’s really quite emotional and overwhelming.”

“It’s an extreme honour and I’m super proud to share this moment with Danni at a special Paralympic Games,” Batt said. “The world’s going through a lot of negativity at the moment, but this is a hugely positive thing for Australia.

“Danni and I are just being ourselves and bringing this mob together. There’s so many different sports in our Team and people who don’t see each other across the four-year cycle – five years this time – so we’re just being our friendly selves, making sure everyone communicates.”

You can watch Di Toro and Batt carry the Australian flag at the Opening Ceremony tonight on free-to-air TV on Channel Seven and 7Plus. Get ready to cheer our athletes on from 9pm tonight!

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Feel the Burn in Your Abs With This 15-Minute Weight Plate Workout From Kelsey Wells /feel-the-burn-in-your-abs-with-this-15-minute-weight-plate-workout-from-kelsey-wells/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=feel-the-burn-in-your-abs-with-this-15-minute-weight-plate-workout-from-kelsey-wells Mon, 23 Aug 2021 07:12:09 +0000 https://www.popsugar.com.au/?p=199005 You are probably used to using weight plates to load up barbells or on the leg press machine at the gym, but this piece of strength training equipment is much more versatile than you might think. Take this weight plate workout from NASM-certified personal trainer and Sweat trainer Kelsey Wells. […]

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You are probably used to using weight plates to load up barbells or on the leg press machine at the gym, but this piece of strength training equipment is much more versatile than you might think. Take this weight plate workout from NASM-certified personal trainer and Sweat trainer Kelsey Wells. Wells put together a 15-minute ab burnout using a weight plate that will target your core and strengthen your abdominal muscles.

“All you need for this workout is a weight plate and about the space of a workout mat,” Wells tells POPSUGAR. “If you don’t have access to a weight plate, all the exercises in this workout can be done with a
dumbbell, kettlebell, or any weighted object with a handle.” This workout is inspired by Wells’s gym-based PWR program. Sweat launched PWR 6.0, which now has a total of 60 weeks worth of workouts for the gym.

Check out the workout below and scroll through to see demonstrations on how to do each move. Get ready to grab a weight plate (or any weighted object with a handle!) and get to work!

Kelsey Wells’s 15-minute Weight Plate Ab Workout

Equipment needed: A medium weight plate, dumbbell, or kettlebell and a yoga mat.

Directions: Before starting the workout, Wells recommends taking a few minutes to warm up. You can do three to five minutes of cardio, such as jogging in place or skipping, to get your heart rate up. You can also warm up with dynamic stretches such as leg swings and torso twists to increase range of motion.

After the workout, Wells suggests cooling down with with three to five minutes of walking to get your heart rate down and static stretching.

For the 15-minute workout, complete the first two exercises – scissors (20 reps, 10 on each side) and Russian twist (20 reps) – as a superset three times through. Then rest for 30 seconds. Continue to the next superset with two exercises – oblique crunch (20 reps) and sit-up (12 reps) – three times through. Then rest for 30 seconds. Finally, finish with the bent-leg raise as a burnout for 60 seconds to complete the workout.

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Update Your Mask Wardrobe With These Fun Face Coverings /update-your-mask-wardrobe-with-these-fun-face-coverings/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=update-your-mask-wardrobe-with-these-fun-face-coverings Mon, 23 Aug 2021 07:12:07 +0000 https://www.popsugar.com.au/?p=199195 Face masks are a fact of life these days. Many Australian states currently have mask mandates in place and it seems that we’ll be wearing these face coverings for a while yet. Wearing a mask doesn’t have to be an uncomfortable experience. In fact, thanks to the plethora of masks […]

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Face masks are a fact of life these days. Many Australian states currently have mask mandates in place and it seems that we’ll be wearing these face coverings for a while yet. Wearing a mask doesn’t have to be an uncomfortable experience. In fact, thanks to the plethora of masks on the market, there is literally something for everyone.

If your masks are looking a little shabby and you’re in need of a little wardrobe update, here are the masks we’re currently shopping. Whether you’re a pattern fan or prefer something a little more subtle, we’ve rounded up some of the best reusable and disposable masks for you.

Casetify

Fabric masks aren’t for everyone so in lieu of a fabric face covering, your only other option is disposable masks. If you’re not super keen on rocking a surgical style mask, Casetify is here with some fashion-forward options that come in seven different colours.

Available in neutral shades like beige and charcoal as well as bold shades like fluro green, orange and pink, Casetify’s 3-Ply Disposable Face Mask Box Set ($31) includes 30 pieces. The masks are latex-free and hypoallergenic, offer high breathability and include a super comfortable earloop. The outer and inner packaging of the Casetify masks is also 100 percent compostable. Love!

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The Iconic

The Iconic has a huge selection of face masks, with a plethora of different patterns and colour options. For those looking for subtle-looking reusable masks, you can’t go past the Primness Face Masks – 4 Pack ($89). Available in a variety of neutral colours, these masks are made from pure woven cotton and are treated with an antimicrobial finish.

The Iconic

Lovisa

Made from 100 percent silk, Lovisa’s Midnight Leopard 100% Silk Mask ($25.99) is gentle on the skin and comfortable enough for daily wear. The leopard print on the mask is also a super chic touch. Due to the nature of silk, Lovisa recommends handwashing this mask with soap and allowing it to dry on the line.

STAX.

The Official Face Mask – Beige ($19.95) by STAX. is the perfect mask for those who prefer a streamlined look. Cut from one piece of fabric and made from polyester, this mask features the STAX. logo but otherwise is a subtle design — perfect for everyday wear as it won’t interfere with your outfits.

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Adore Beauty

For those with sensitive skin, you can’t go past the Shhh Silk Face Mask Black ($35) at Adore Beauty. Made from 100 percent Mulberry silk, this mask is eco-conscious and anti-irritating, allowing your skin to breathe as much as possible.

Adore Beauty

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Tackle Work-Related Typing Pain With These Easy Wrist Exercises /tackle-work-related-typing-pain-with-these-easy-wrist-exercises/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=tackle-work-related-typing-pain-with-these-easy-wrist-exercises Mon, 23 Aug 2021 07:12:06 +0000 https://www.popsugar.com.au/?p=113602 Marathon typing sessions – whether you’re tackling hundreds of unanswered emails after a few days on PTO or quickly typing up that final paper – can be seriously stressful, especially for your wrists. But, why is that? According to Gary Johnson, MSOT, OTR/L, MBA, occupational therapist at Athletico Physical Therapy, […]

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Marathon typing sessions – whether you’re tackling hundreds of unanswered emails after a few days on PTO or quickly typing up that final paper – can be seriously stressful, especially for your wrists.

But, why is that? According to Gary Johnson, MSOT, OTR/L, MBA, occupational therapist at Athletico Physical Therapy, it could have to do with putting pressure on the carpal tunnel, which is a narrow passage at the base of the palm that consists of the small carpal bones of the wrist and a ligament on the palm side. The word “tunnel” makes more sense now, huh?

“Within this narrow passage, there are nine tendons that are responsible for flexion of the fingers and the median nerve,” Johnson explained. “The median nerve is responsible for the sensation of your thumb, index finger, middle finger, and half of your ring finger. With added pressure and/or compression, as well as repetitive movement to this area, the median nerve can become compressed, creating altered sensation throughout those fingers supplied by the nerve.”

This sensation, Johnson said, can manifest as numbness and tingling, and even pain throughout the hand.

Taking regular breaks from typing, stretching, and moving your wrists, fingers, and elbows can help alleviate some of the discomfort, Johnson said.

Sometimes the set up of your desk is actually the root of the problem. Johnson noted that an occupational therapist or a certified hand therapist who specializes in workstation ergonomic assessments can actually review if your desk is ergonomically friendly and make changes as needed – i.e., adjusting the height of your monitor, chair, and keyboard, or switching you to an ergo mouse.

Performing wrist and finger exercises, like the moves Johnson outlined ahead, is another way to help reduce and prevent pain. However, if you’re dealing with consistent pain, it’s always best to receive a personalized assessment and treatment plan.

Tendon Gliding Exercises:

  • Start with your fingers straight up and bend the top two joints down so your fingernails are pointing toward your palm.
  • Second, roll your fingers down to make a full “punching fist,” ensuring each finger joint is bent.
  • Next, with your knuckles still bent, lift your fingers out as if you are pointing, but at a 90-degree angle at your knuckles – the “L” position.
  • Finally, from the “L” position, bend your fingers down from your middle joints, making a finger-to-palm position or a straight finger fist.
  • Complete 10 times, two to three times a day.

Median Nerve Glides:

  • Start with a fist, looking at the side of your hand.
  • Open your hand so that your fingers are extended.
  • Still looking at the side of your hand, slightly extend your wrist back.
  • Turn your palm to face your body and extend your thumb and supinate your forearm; lightly grab and stretch your thumb toward the floor.
  • Repeat steps five times, two to three times a day.

Wrist AROM (Active Range of Motion) Exercises:

  • Bend your elbows at 90 degrees and face your thumbs toward the ceiling (palms looking at each other).
  • Flex and extend your wrist (back and forth or side to side).
  • Ulnar and radially deviate your wrist (move your wrist up and down).

Wrist Circles:

  • Perform two to three sets of 10 repetitions each, two to three times a day.

Forearm AROM Exercises:

  • Pronate and supinate (rotate palm up and palm down with elbow bent at 90 degrees at side).
  • Perform two to three sets of 10 repetitions each, two to three times a day.

Elbow AROM Exercises:

  • Flex and extend (bend up and bend down) your elbow through a full range of motion.
  • Perform two to three sets of 10 repetitions, two to three times a day.

Wrist Stretches:

  • With your elbow bent at the side and your thumb facing the ceiling, lightly bend your wrist into a flexed position and hold for 15 seconds.
  • Complete five stretches.
  • Next, with your elbow bent and palm facing the floor, stretch the wrist back into an extension and hold for 10 to 15 seconds, completing five stretches.
  • Or, press your palms into each other in a praying manner and slowly bring your hands down, stretching your wrists into an extension. This is known as the “prayer stretch.”

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Pad Up For Public Health Is the Movement Calling For Free Period Products in Public Hospitals /pad-up-for-public-health-is-the-movement-calling-for-free-period-products-in-public-hospitals/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=pad-up-for-public-health-is-the-movement-calling-for-free-period-products-in-public-hospitals Mon, 23 Aug 2021 07:12:02 +0000 https://www.popsugar.com.au/?p=199310 If you’re admitted to hospital to give birth or have an operation, you probably expect to be guaranteed access to period products during your stay. But, rather shockingly, this isn’t the case. In public hospitals across Australia, people are being left without access to pads and tampons during their hospital […]

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If you’re admitted to hospital to give birth or have an operation, you probably expect to be guaranteed access to period products during your stay. But, rather shockingly, this isn’t the case. In public hospitals across Australia, people are being left without access to pads and tampons during their hospital stay, having to rely on family members to bring them in.

To find out more about this, Australian charity Share the Dignity put a call out to its community asking for people to share their experiences. According to Share the Dignity, the response was overwhelming and thousands of people responded with stories of being left without period products while in hospital.

“While it might be a hospital policy to stock period products, we found this wasn’t the experience of all women,” reads the Share the Dignity website. “Availability is limited and many rely on the kindness of nurses and midwives who give pads from their own supply. Some women had to wait hours for help, lying in their own blood. This is not okay.”

One such instance recounted by a woman named Rachel revealed just how dire the situations can be when period products aren’t easily accessible in hospitals.

“My waters spontaneously burst in hospital at 33 weeks, and the hospital had nothing to offer me so I had to wait 12 hours until family could bring me items, meanwhile [I was] leaking amniotic fluid everywhere,” Rachel wrote on Facebook. “There was no dignity in it during an already stressful situation. I was just given towels and some disposable bed protectors to sit on.”

To help make period products a staple in public hospitals, Share the Dignity has created #PadUpPublicHealth — a campaign that encourages people to reach out to their State and Federal Health Ministers to lobby them for a change in the policy.

This was the advice of Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt when Share the Dignity sent him an advocacy letter about the issue. “Decisions regarding arrangements for the provision of free period products and maternity pads in the public health system rests with the state or territory governments and individual hopsitals” Hunt wrote.

“I would encourage you to contact the respective state and territory Health Ministers regarding your proposal directly.”

To make this process easier for you, Share the Dignity has created template letters that you can download via its website and send to your local MP and/or state and territory Health Minister. To find out who your state Health Minister and local MP is, Share the Dignity has a handy list for you to access.

It doesn’t take long to change a few things in the letter and send it via email or post to your local representatives. Many hands make light work and banding together to create much-needed change within the hospital system will make it a more pleasant experience for people in the future.

For more information on getting involved, head to the Share the Dignity website. Let’s do what we can to help end period poverty in Australia.

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11 Snooze-Worthy Podcasts to Help You Fall Asleep /11-snooze-worthy-podcasts-to-help-you-fall-asleep/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=11-snooze-worthy-podcasts-to-help-you-fall-asleep Fri, 20 Aug 2021 18:41:51 +0000 https://www.popsugar.com.au/?p=198693 Whether you’re looking for a quick snooze or an eight-hour cat nap, falling asleep isn’t always easy. After all, counting sheep and flipping your pillow over can only work for so long. But before you brew another cup of chamomile tea, try grabbing your earbuds instead. There are plenty of […]

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Whether you’re looking for a quick snooze or an eight-hour cat nap, falling asleep isn’t always easy. After all, counting sheep and flipping your pillow over can only work for so long. But before you brew another cup of chamomile tea, try grabbing your earbuds instead. There are plenty of podcasts out there that can help you get the rest you need. From nature noises to bedtime stories, there’s something for every kind of sleeper. So great ready to curl up, get cozy, for 11 of the best sleep podcasts around. While you’re at it, consider investing in a good sleep mask to really get the full experience.

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