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ight. As a result, people are more wired and tired -- often unintentionally at the cost of their health," says Dr. Canton.

To help men and women make the most of their time, leading fitness expert Denise Austin** teamed up with the makers of LISTERINE(R) to develop simple wellness tips especially for night.

"Taking care of your health and wellbeing at night doesn't have to take a lot of time. It can easily be incorporated in your nightly rituals with ingenuity, creativity and a small amount of time," says Denise Austin. "There are simple things you can do for your wellbeing at night that can help you restore and replenish for the next day and make a big difference in your overall health."

Some of Denise's tips include:

-- If watching TV is a must, use commercial breaks to try simple toning

exercises, such as arm circles or sit ups. By resisting the opportunity

to fast-forward through commercials, you can fit in as much as six

minutes of exercise during a 30-minute program.

-- Make your nighttime health routines a priority. Wash your face, remove

contacts if you wear them, and brush, floss, and rinse with mouthwash

as part of a complete oral care regimen. It's especially important to

look after your oral health at night because your mouth is vulnerable

to germs when you sleep. Rinsing for just 30 seconds with a mouthwash

such as LISTERINE(R) Antiseptic offers 12 hours of protection against

plaque and gingivitis germs.

-- Restore and replenish with a good night of sleep. Nighttime is the

perfect opportunity to improve healthy rituals and routines. Make eight

hours of sleep a goal in order to give your body the time it needs to

restore and replenish.

-- Reflect on a positive moment that happened that day or visualize

something great that can happen tomorrow. Always end your night on a

happy not

SOURCE Johnson & Johnson Healthcare Products Division ofMcNEIL-PPC, Inc.
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