Fashion Quarterly


In an age when it seems there’s no limit to the treatments, products and potions that can enhance our appearance, it’s easy to forget that sometimes the simplest things have the biggest impact. Like getting enough sleep. It’s the time when our body repairs and renews, and enough hours completely at rest can lead to more effective cell repair and regeneration (read: brighter, more youthful and refreshed-looking skin), not to mention mental clarity and happiness. But simple doesn’t always mean easy. If you’re just leaving Netflix to roll over to the next episode a little too often, the answer to your lost hours of slumber is obvious. But if you have trouble falling and staying asleep, the above is probably enough to keep you awake even longer — anxiety is

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