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a quality night's rest will...

  • Improve memory, alertness and focus
  • More efficiently break down fat
  • More efficiently add lean muscle
  • Balance and improve mood
  • Heal and restore the body each day

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Upgrade Your Sleep for a Strong Body, Healthy Mind and Rocking Life!!

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Whole Sleep is a blend of herbs and organic compounds that support your body’s natural sleep cycle. It will help you fall asleep - and stay asleep - so you wake up refreshed and energized, and ready to ROCK your day without the after effects commonly associated with sleeping pills.

Two bottles of whole sleep.

Is poor quality sleep affecting you? do you experience:

  • Lack of focus, energy and alertness
  • Slow recovery after excercising
  • Stubborn body fat, or struggle to put on lean muscle
  • Trouble falling asleep
  • Trouble staying asleep
  • Grogginess or regular tiredness during the daytime
  • Poor memory and recall
  • Slower results - even when following a balanced diet and exercise plan

Sometimes, our sleep suffers because of things like...

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  • Anxiety, stress or racing thoughts
  • Overexposure to light, after dark
  • Physical or Mental Overstimulation Close to Bedtime
  • Aches and Pains
  • Eating or drinking too close to Bedtime
  • Irregular Bedtimes
  • Noise or Disruption

Tune into your 5 senses to create better sleep, naturally.

And when that’s not enough or simply not possible, Whole Sleep can help get you back on track with natural herbs and organic compounds that work WITH your body.
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Our eyes and optic nerve directly impact our circadian rhythm, and are governed by the light cycle.

Prioritize natural light exposure on waking and limit artificial light exposure (especially from TV’s, computers and phones) before bed.

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Whole Sleep Contains 9 Herbs and Organic Compounds to Support Your Body’s Natural Sleep Cycle

Valerian Root

Known as nature’s sleep aid. Improves response to physical and psychological stress by maintaining levels of serotonin, a brain chemical involved in mood regulation.

Passion Flower

Passion Flower has been shown to improve sleep quality and reduce stress and anxiety. It can be a great alternative for hormone therapy in menopause and perimenopause.

Lemon Balm

A perennial herb from the mint family. Contains a compound with potent antioxidant and antimicrobial properties. Improves mood, cognitive performance, sleep and restlessness.

Chamomile

A natural relaxant that promotes sleepiness and reduces insomnia. It has also been shown to promote restful sleep and reduce night time awakening.

B6

Has a calming effect on the body, reducing anxiety. When scarce, the body preferentially uses B6 for metabolic functions, but it’s also needed for mood regulation. It helps the body convert tryptophan into serotonin, which assists in production of Melatonin - essential for feeling sleepy and falling asleep.

5 HTP

An amino acid your body uses to produce serotonin (low levels are associated with depression, anxiety, sleep disorders and more), which can be converted into the hormone melatonin. It may improve sleep quality and increase sleep time and quality. It makes you happy and relaxed.

L-Theanine

Found naturally in green tea, black tea, and certain types of mushrooms. It can affect the levels of certain chemicals in the brain, including serotonin and dopamine, which influence mood, sleep, emotion, and cortisol, helping the body deal with stress.

Melatonin

Melatonin is a hormone produced naturally by the pineal gland in your brain that regulates when you get tired, and helps improve sleep time and quality. It should rise in the evening, but factors like light exposure, stress and erratic schedule can disrupt it - so a small amount can help reset you and help you fall - and stay asleep.

Gaba

GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid) is a chemical messenger (neurotransmitter) that helps regulate nerve impulses in your brain and nervous system. By inhibiting neural activity, GABA facilitates sleep, reduces mental and physical stress, lowers anxiety, and creates a calm state.

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Whole Sleep Bottle.

Whole Sleep contains valerian root (Valeriana officinalis), passion flower (Passiflora incarnata), and lemon balm (Melissa officinalis), all safe nervine botanicals known for their relaxant properties and ability to reduce tension and promote sleep, without causing morning grogginess. Valerian root has demonstrated sedative effects due to its ability to induce the release of GABA from brain tissue. It has been suggested that the passion flower and German chamomile (Matricaria recubita) component apigenin binds to central benzodiazepine receptors, possibly causing anxiety reducing effects without impairing memory, diminishing motor skills, or causing drowsiness upon awakening. Lemon balm has been suggested to improve calmness via the inhibitory action of GABA, similar to benzodiazepine, but without the overt side-effects of these medications. Direct stimulation of Gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA), the main calming neurotransmitter in the body, is provided with a new form of GABA known as PharmaGABA, a proprietary material naturally manufactured via a fermentation process and considered more effective than other traditional, chemically produced synthetic forms. In addition, support of calming neurotransmitter production is provided with the inclusion of L-theanine, clinically proven to reduce stress and improve the quality of sleep. Whole Sleep also includes melatonin, a multifunctional hormone whose main role lies in its involvement in the control of the circadian (day/night) biological rhythms. Melatonin mediates the body's response to variations of natural light availability from indoor/outdoor exposure or due to seasons (winter/summer). Darkness into the eye tells the brain to make melatonin so the body can prepare for sleep mode. Its production should peak at night and it is instrumental for maintaining quality sleep patterns. Melatonin production declines significantly with age, often causing sleep difficulties associated with aging. Supplemental melatonin was shown in studies to help with falling asleep when taken about 30 minutes before the desired sleep time. The most common dose found effective for sleep was 3mg - which is exactly what we've included in Whole Sleep. 5-HTP can be used in conjunction with melatonin, as a precursor to serotonin, which can further support endogenous melatonin production during the night to help with staying asleep. When using 5-HTP for enhancing serotonin and melatonin production to promote healthy mood and sleep, the addition of the synergistic nutrient pyridoxal-5-phosphate, an activated form of vitamin B6, is suggested to catalyze the conversion of 5-HTP to serotonin (5-HT).

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Suggested Dosage:

Take 2 capsules, 30 to 60 minutes prior to bedtime.

Who should take Whole Sleep:

Whole Sleep is ideal for those experiencing difficulty getting to sleep, or staying asleep through the night.

Caution with GABA:

Due to the inclusion of GABA, this product is not recommended for pregnant or lactating women, as well as young children, unless under the guidance of a health care practitioner.

Conditions for which melatonin is not recommended:
  • Autoimmune conditions such as lupus or arthritis, because the immune stimulatory effect of melatonin may exacerbate the action of certain types of lymphocytes or B-cells involved in the pathogenic course of these diseases
  • Immune-related cancers such as lymphoma and leukemia
  • Pregnancy, lactation or during the time where fertility is desired
Interactions with drug therapy:

Melatonin and 5-HTP may not be suitable to administer along with SSRI and MAOI medications and corticosteroid therapy. Please discuss this with your health care provider before using Whole Sleep with these medication classes.

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Quality Support for Your Whole Body, by Whole Betty

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I was inspired to create the Whole Betty product line when I found myself at a loss to find the level of quality supplements I was looking for to support my own health and fitness journey.

I was determined to create whole food based products free of additives, artificial ingredients and fillers - that tasted great, were affordable, and that I looked forward to using. Join me behind the scenes inside the facility where our products are lovingly made, and find out why I use these products myself daily, share them with my friends and family, and most importantly with YOU!

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This Unicorn Seal represents that magic that exists when we give ourselves the love we deserve by eating, moving and thinking in ways that support our body, the people around us, and the world we live in.

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Recommended Use: As a dietary supplement, take two capsules per day 30-60 minutes before bedtime.

1. 2 Capsules; 30 Servings

With 30 servings per bottle, you’ll have enough to support an entire month of quality sleep.

We offer Whole Sleep in capsule form because they are much easier for the body to absorb and digest than tablets, which often pass through the system whole. We carefully formulate these capsules using natural, plant-based binding and flowing agents (see “other ingredients”) to ensure you get the exact dose of each ingredient in every serving.

2. Daily Value of B6
3. Other Ingredients

more about whole sleep

Whole Sleep Bottle.

Whole Sleep contains valerian root (Valeriana officinalis), passion flower (Passiflora incarnata), and lemon balm (Melissa officinalis), all safe nervine botanicals known for their relaxant properties and ability to reduce tension and promote sleep, without causing morning grogginess. Valerian root has demonstrated sedative effects due to its ability to induce the release of GABA from brain tissue. It has been suggested that the passion flower and German chamomile (Matricaria recubita) component apigenin binds to central benzodiazepine receptors, possibly causing anxiety reducing effects without impairing memory, diminishing motor skills, or causing drowsiness upon awakening. Lemon balm has been suggested to improve calmness via the inhibitory action of GABA, similar to benzodiazepine, but without the overt side-effects of these medications. Direct stimulation of Gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA), the main calming neurotransmitter in the body, is provided with a new form of GABA known as PharmaGABA, a proprietary material naturally manufactured via a fermentation process and considered more effective than other traditional, chemically produced synthetic forms. In addition, support of calming neurotransmitter production is provided with the inclusion of L-theanine, clinically proven to reduce stress and improve the quality of sleep. Whole Sleep also includes melatonin, a multifunctional hormone whose main role lies in its involvement in the control of the circadian (day/night) biological rhythms. Melatonin mediates the body's response to variations of natural light availability from indoor/outdoor exposure or due to seasons (winter/summer). Darkness into the eye tells the brain to make melatonin so the body can prepare for sleep mode. Its production should peak at night and it is instrumental for maintaining quality sleep patterns. Melatonin production declines significantly with age, often causing sleep difficulties associated with aging. Supplemental melatonin was shown in studies to help with falling asleep when taken about 30 minutes before the desired sleep time. The most common dose found effective for sleep was 3mg - which is exactly what we've included in Whole Sleep. 5-HTP can be used in conjunction with melatonin, as a precursor to serotonin, which can further support endogenous melatonin production during the night to help with staying asleep. When using 5-HTP for enhancing serotonin and melatonin production to promote healthy mood and sleep, the addition of the synergistic nutrient pyridoxal-5-phosphate, an activated form of vitamin B6, is suggested to catalyze the conversion of 5-HTP to serotonin (5-HT).

read more
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Suggested Dosage:

Take 2 capsules, 30 to 60 minutes prior to bedtime.

Who should take Whole Sleep:

Whole Sleep is ideal for those experiencing difficulty getting to sleep, or staying asleep through the night.

Caution with GABA:

Due to the inclusion of GABA, this product is not recommended for pregnant or lactating women, as well as young children, unless under the guidance of a health care practitioner.

Conditions for which melatonin is not recommended:
  • Autoimmune conditions such as lupus or arthritis, because the immune stimulatory effect of melatonin may exacerbate the action of certain types of lymphocytes or B-cells involved in the pathogenic course of these diseases
  • Immune-related cancers such as lymphoma and leukemia
  • Pregnancy, lactation or during the time where fertility is desired
Interactions with drug therapy:

Melatonin and 5-HTP may not be suitable to administer along with SSRI and MAOI medications and corticosteroid therapy. Please discuss this with your health care provider before using Whole Sleep with these medication classes.

Whole Sleep Contains 9 Herbs and Organic Compounds to Support Your Body’s Natural Sleep Cycle

Valerian Root

Known as nature’s sleep aid. Improves response to physical and psychological stress by maintaining levels of serotonin, a brain chemical involved in mood regulation.

Passion Flower

Passion Flower has been shown to improve sleep quality and reduce stress and anxiety. It can be a great alternative for hormone therapy in menopause and perimenopause.

Lemon Balm

A perennial herb from the mint family. Contains a compound with potent antioxidant and antimicrobial properties. Improves mood, cognitive performance, sleep and restlessness.

Chamomile

A natural relaxant that promotes sleepiness and reduces insomnia. It has also been shown to promote restful sleep and reduce night time awakening.

B6

Has a calming effect on the body, reducing anxiety. When scarce, the body preferentially uses B6 for metabolic functions, but it’s also needed for mood regulation. It helps the body convert tryptophan into serotonin, which assists in production of Melatonin - essential for feeling sleepy and falling asleep.

5 HTP

An amino acid your body uses to produce serotonin (low levels are associated with depression, anxiety, sleep disorders and more), which can be converted into the hormone melatonin. It may improve sleep quality and increase sleep time and quality. It makes you happy and relaxed.

L-Theanine

Found naturally in green tea, black tea, and certain types of mushrooms. It can affect the levels of certain chemicals in the brain, including serotonin and dopamine, which influence mood, sleep, emotion, and cortisol, helping the body deal with stress.

Melatonin

Melatonin is a hormone produced naturally by the pineal gland in your brain that regulates when you get tired, and helps improve sleep time and quality. It should rise in the evening, but factors like light exposure, stress and erratic schedule can disrupt it - so a small amount can help reset you and help you fall - and stay asleep.

Gaba

GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid) is a chemical messenger (neurotransmitter) that helps regulate nerve impulses in your brain and nervous system. By inhibiting neural activity, GABA facilitates sleep, reduces mental and physical stress, lowers anxiety, and creates a calm state.

bonus! Better Sleep Guide Included with your first order! Upgrade Your Sleep for a strong body, healthy mind and rocking life!

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Quality Support for Your Whole Body, by Whole Betty

Logo

I was inspired to create the Whole Betty product line when I found myself at a loss to find the level of quality supplements I was looking for to support my own health and fitness journey.

I was determined to create whole food based products free of additives, artificial ingredients and fillers - that tasted great, were affordable, and that I looked forward to using. Join me behind the scenes inside the facility where our products are lovingly made, and find out why I use these products myself daily, share them with my friends and family, and most importantly with YOU!

Group of Logos
Unicorn Seal Logo

This Unicorn Seal represents that magic that exists when we give ourselves the love we deserve by eating, moving and thinking in ways that support our body, the people around us, and the world we live in.

Quality Support for Your Whole Body, by Whole Betty

Logo

I was inspired to create the Whole Betty product line when I found myself at a loss to find the level of quality supplements I was looking for to support my own health and fitness journey.

I was determined to create whole food based products free of additives, artificial ingredients and fillers - that tasted great, were affordable, and that I looked forward to using. Join me behind the scenes inside the facility where our products are lovingly made, and find out why I use these products myself daily, share them with my friends and family, and most importantly with YOU!

Group of Logos
Unicorn Seal Logo

This Unicorn Seal represents that magic that exists when we give ourselves the love we deserve by eating, moving and thinking in ways that support our body, the people around us, and the world we live in.

bonus! Better Sleep Guide Included with your first order! Upgrade Your Sleep for a strong body, healthy mind and rocking life!

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FAQS:

What is Whole Sleep and how does it work?

Whole Sleep is a blend of herbs and organic compounds that support your body’s natural sleep cycle. It will help you fall asleep - and stay asleep - so you wake up refreshed and energized, and ready to ROCK your day without the after effects commonly associated with sleeping pills.

Whole Sleep works with your body to promote GABA, the neurotransmitter that promotes relaxation - and serotonin, the hormone that promotes a feeling of calm and well-being. When you take it at the time you’d like to fall asleep, it will help reset your body clock so you more naturally become tired at the right time moving forward.

Whole Sleep is not a magic pill. Other lifestyle factors can influence the quality of your sleep like noise, light exposure too close to bedtime, eating, consuming alcohol or exercising just before bed, and other people in your sleep space. Check out our 5 senses guide to help optimize your sleep environment so Whole Sleep can serve you to the utmost.

Who is it for?

Whole Sleep is excellent for anyone who needs support for a quality night’s rest. It’s great for those seasons of our lives where we just aren’t able to get enough sleep, and want to make the sleep we get higher quality. For example, if you’re going through a period of high stress, working the night shift, traveling through different time zones (or travel in general), taking care of small children or other dependents like pets, Whole Sleep can be a great way to improve the quality of rest you’re able to get.

It’s also great for you if you have trouble turning “off” at night, or wake up regularly. It contains a small amount of melatonin, which your body makes naturally already but many things can throw off the timing of its release. Taking Whole Sleep a bit before you’d like to fall asleep will ensure melatonin is present to do its job, which will help reset your natural cycles of melatonin.

Why is sleep so important?

Sleep timing, duration and quality play a major role in hormone regulation, brain function and all body processes, including our ability to regulate body fat and support lean muscle. Getting great sleep means we can share the best parts of ourselves with our loved ones and the world around us. We can show up fully, tap into our inner motivation and play full out. Make quality sleep your #1 priority for a balanced lifestyle of awesome!

What are the ingredients in Whole Sleep and what effects do they have?

Whole Sleep contains valerian root (Valeriana officinalis), passion flower (Passiflora incarnata), and lemon balm (Melissa officinalis), all safe nervine botanicals known for their relaxant properties and ability to reduce tension and promote sleep, without causing morning grogginess.

Valerian root has demonstrated sedative effects due to its ability to induce the release of GABA from brain tissue. It has been suggested that the passion flower and German chamomile (Matricaria recubita) work together, possibly causing anxiety reducing effects without impairing memory, diminishing motor skills, or causing drowsiness upon awakening.

Lemon balm has been suggested to improve calmness via the inhibitory action of GABA, without the overt side-effects of other medications. Gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA), is the main calming neurotransmitter in the body, and calming neurotransmitter production support is provided with the inclusion of L-theanine, clinically proven to reduce stress and improve the quality of sleep.

Whole Sleep also includes melatonin, a hormone whose main role lies in its involvement in the control of the circadian (day/night) biological rhythms. Melatonin mediates the body's response to variations of natural light availability from indoor/outdoor exposure or due to seasons (winter/summer). Darkness into the eye tells the brain to make melatonin so the body can prepare for sleep mode. Its production should peak at night and it is instrumental for maintaining quality sleep patterns. Melatonin production declines significantly with age, often causing sleep difficulties associated with aging. Supplemental melatonin was shown in studies to help with falling asleep when taken about 30 minutes before the desired sleep time. The most common dose found effective for sleep was 3mg - which is exactly what we've included in Whole Sleep.

5-HTP can be used in conjunction with melatonin, as a precursor to serotonin, which can further support endogenous melatonin production during the night to help with staying asleep. When using 5-HTP for enhancing serotonin and melatonin production to promote healthy mood and sleep, the addition of the synergistic nutrient pyridoxal-5-phosphate, an activated form of vitamin B6, is suggested to catalyze the conversion of 5-HTP to serotonin (5-HT).

How do I take Whole Sleep?

For best results, take the recommended dose of Whole Sleep 30 - 60 minutes before bedtime or the time you’d like to go to bed. Included with your first order is the Better Sleep Guide with my 5 Senses guide and practical tips for creating an optimal sleep environment to support you through the day and right into bed.

How long should I take it?

Whole Sleep can be taken daily without the side effects that are common with sleeping pills. You can also take it during a transition time until you have reset your healthy sleep habits.

Can I use it with my other medications/medical condition?

Always consult your doctor to ensure that Whole Sleep can be combined with your current medications. Whole Sleep is not a medication but it does have herbs and compounds that work with your body that may interact with the other things you are taking.

Caution with GABA

Due to the inclusion of GABA, this product is not recommended for pregnant or lactating women, as well as young children, unless under the guidance of a health care practitioner.

Conditions for which melatonin is not recommended:

  • Autoimmune conditions such as lupus or arthritis, because the immune stimulatory effect of melatonin may exacerbate the action of certain types of lymphocytes or B-cells involved in the pathogenic course of these diseases
  • Immune-related cancers such as lymphoma and leukemia
  • Pregnancy, lactation or during the time where fertility is desired
Interactions with drug therapy

Melatonin and 5-HTP may not be suitable to administer along with SSRI and MAOI medications and corticosteroid therapy. Please discuss this with your health care provider before using Whole Sleep with these medication classes.

Is it safe to take while pregnant or nursing?

It is always recommended to consult with your health care practitioner before taking any supplements when pregnant or nursing. Due to the inclusion of GABA, this product is not recommended for pregnant or lactating women, as well as young children, unless under the guidance of a health care practitioner.

Melatonin is also not recommended during pregnancy, lactation or during the time where fertility is desired.

Do you ship to countries outside of the United States?

We would absolutely LOVE to, however each country sets specific regulations on the import of plant based products, so we are only able to ship only to the USA at this time. We can’t guarantee it will make it to you through customs due to regulations your country may have on imports. We apologize for this inconvenience!

bonus! Better Sleep Guide Included with your first order! Upgrade Your Sleep for a strong body, healthy mind and rocking life!

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What Our Rockstars are Saying About Whole Sleep…

"The biggest thing I've noticed is the difference Whole Sleep is making in my sleep temperature." - Amy H.

"I'm now getting 8 hours of uninterrupted sleep." - Shannon H.

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"Before I started Whole Sleep I had a brain that wandered FAR at night, battled insomnia, had problems with waking and getting back to sleep, and only slept 4-7 hours.

I noticed an immediate difference. From night one to day one, I felt so much better in how I was sleeping through the night, and how I felt the next day. My body feels different, my sleep feels different and overall I feel better! I plan to continue to use this product in the future and would recommend it to anyone who is having any questions about their sleep. "

- Liz H.
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I would definitely recommend the product. I find that when I get up I am more wide awake right away, ready to start the day.

I feel like I really don’t need coffee right away anymore. I feel like I wake up less in the night and I sleep more deeply."

- Marci K.

"Taking this product I was able to get to sleep no problem, I stayed asleep and I didn't wake up throughout the night like I usually do." - Sherri J.

"I wake up feeling refreshed every morning - full of energy." - Carrie Ann H.

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"I couldn’t wait for my little package to arrive. I have been prescribed sleep aids and have used over the counter ones before this. They all made me feel awful even if I was able to get a full 8 hours of sleep. I tried straight melatonin as well. It helped me fall asleep quicker but the quality of keep I was getting did not change. A typical night, without sleep aides...5-7 hours of tossing and turning, waking up and staying awake.

Since I started taking Whole Sleep, I find myself falling asleep easier, quicker. Once I fall asleep I stay asleep. I haven’t been tossing and turning. The best part, I feel rested when I wake. It has worked wonderfully for me."

- Karey H.
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"I feel like it has improved the quality of my sleep. I have been waking up only once....about 3 AM... and pretty much falling back to sleep quickly (which is unusual for me as my mind usually ramps up and doesn't allow this).

I have also been waking up before the alarm goes off.....I just wake up and feel ready to get up. So, I definitely feel like this is a sign of more thorough sleep."

- Nancy B.

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“Taking this product I was able to get to sleep no problem, I stayed asleep and I didn't wake up throughout the night like I usually do.” - Sherri J.

Is Poor Sleep Affecting You?

Support your body’s natural sleep cycle with Whole Sleep: to help you fall asleep, stay asleep, and wake up refreshed!

FREE shipping on orders $85 and over within the continental US!

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a quality night's rest will...

  • Improve memory, alertness and focus
  • More efficiently break down fat
  • More efficiently add lean muscle
  • Balance and improve mood
  • Heal and restore the body each day
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