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Mindful : December 2015
Partnering with the present moment has never been so dreamy harvardpilgrim.org/mindfulness Here’s something that might keep you awake at night. Recent studies suggest that lack of sleep can affect us in unexpected and harmful ways, from becoming more gullible, to having trouble accessing memories, to sensing threats where there may be none. If that makes you want to hide under the bed, here’s some good news. Many studies show that meditation can actually help you get more (and better) sleep. So if counting sheep has failed you, try counting breaths, instead. We’ll get you started with free guided meditations at harvardpilgrim.org/mindfulness.