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From the category archives: South Bay Wellness Blog


Tips for Getting a Better Night’s Sleep

Sleep plays a huge role in overall health and well-being but it is often neglected. In fact, studies show that 1 in 3 adults aren’t getting enough sleep. In today’s world, it is very common to put sleep last on the to-do list. It may not seem like a big deal, but prolonged sleep deficiency has been shown to increase the risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, kidney failure and diabetes as well as emotional instability. If you’re experiencing any symptoms of sleep deficiency such as, waking up feeling tired or falling asleep while watching tv or riding in the car, try out these tips for a more restful night’s sleep.

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Electronic blue light, what?

For most of us, “electronic blue light,” is a foreign term.  However, while we may not know what this means, we are staring right into it’s definition, literally. The screen you are looking into right now, whether on your cell phone, laptop, or tablet, is emitting a blue light that can be hazardous to your eyes, your sleep, and your health. Scary, we know! But we have some solutions!

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Take Back Your Power -- Take Action

Last week we hosted a screening of Take Back Your Power at South Bay Wellness. The documentary was not only powerful and insightful but it reminded us of the many dangers of Smart Meters (also known as Automated Meters and Digital Meters). They are the meters that the Suffolk County Water Authority, PSEG (LIPA) and National Grid are currently installing all over Long Island at rapid rates. As outlined in detail in the movie, these meters are: Hazardous to our health. They emit high levels of EMFs that affect the human body as well as plants and animals. An invasion of privacy. Companies will know exactly what you are doing and when and will be storing this data. Likely to raise (not lower) your bills. They leave the electricity, gas and water systems vulnerable to cyber attacks. The companies do not need your permission to install these devices.     Many people believe that they have no say in the matter. This however, is simply not the case. The best thing you can do i ...

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