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At least 40 million American adults suff er from sleep disorders including insomnia, according to the National Sleep Foundation. And when researchers behind the mindfulness app Calm recently surveyed more than 4,200 adults about the strangest cures for insomnia, the list of candidates was curious indeed. Eating sea slug entrails before bed? Lathering your hair in yellow soap? Yes, these are remedies

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