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comment 2 star 427 5 hours ago
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I was soooooooo thirsty to crush these i didn’t even realize how my angle changed🤦🏽‍♀️🤷🏽‍♀️ new angle 😂😂😂😂 keep it or go back to the old one? 🤔 i kinda like it☺️ dry x unsoaked cornstarch paste .
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comment 0 star 19 12 minutes ago

No color on these reformed gymchalk christmas carvings! i don't plan to do carvings from reformed gymchalk anymore. it's just way to soft. but i'll be ordering more gymchalk very soon!.
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comment 5 star 33 18 minutes ago

I’m not sure why it took so long to upload 😅 but my new video is finally up :) also im so dumb lmao!! enjoy laughing at me 🥰
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comment 3 star 59 34 minutes ago

Good sleep is crucial to your overall health.

unfortunately, about 30% of people suffer from insomnia, or the chronic inability to fall asleep, stay asleep or achieve restorative, high-quality sleep.

herbal teas are popular beverage choices when it comes time to relax and unwind.

for centuries, they have been used around the world as natural sleep remedies.

modern research also backs the use of herbal teas and their effectiveness as a sleep aid. here is the top 5:

1. chamomile

for years, chamomile tea has been used as a natural remedy to reduce inflammation, decrease anxiety and treat insomnia.in fact, chamomile is commonly regarded as a mild tranquilizer or sleep inducer.

2. valerian root

valerian is an herb that has been used for centuries to treat problems like insomnia, nervousness and headaches.

3. lavender

lavender is an herb often touted for its aromatic and soothing scent.

in ancient times, greeks and romans would often add lavender to their drawn baths and breathe in the calming fragrance.

4. lemon balm

lemon balm belongs to the mint family and is found all over the world.

while frequently sold in extract form for use in aromatherapy, lemon balm leaves are also dried to make tea.

this citrus-scented, aromatic herb has been used for reducing stress and improving sleep since the middle ages.

5. passionflower

passionflower tea is made from the dried leaves, flowers and stems of the passiflora plant.

traditionally, it has been used to alleviate anxiety and improve sleep.

more recently, studies have examined the ability of passionflower tea to improve insomnia and sleep quality.

comment 1 star 8 38 minutes ago

Autonomous sensory meridian response (asmr), the brain tingling sensation millions of people seek out online, may be more than just a pleasant feeling. a new study finds that it also provides physiological and stress-reducing benefits on par with mindfulness meditation – at least for people with a history of experiencing the sensation.

for all of the attention asmr receives, it’s not a well-studied phenomenon. anecdotally there’s abundant evidence that certain sounds, like someone whispering or water softly cascading, can trigger tingling sensations that start at the top of the head and move throughout the body, causing an all-around relaxing effect for many people (though some people experience no effect). with well over 10 million asmr-related videos on the internet (many professionally produced by “asmrtists” with names like ghetto asmr, whispersunicorn and ephemeral rift), there’s clearly massive demand for ways to induce the sensations.

comment 1 star 12 49 minutes ago