How Much Sleep Do We Really Need? Have you come across anyone who hates sleeping? No? Well, same here. Everyone loves a good snooze, except those who are shareholders in insomnia land. And even they wish they could fall right off to sleep, but somehow the brain refuses to cooperate. It’s commonly known that sleep deprivation is the root of many heath concerns, but the question that li...[Read More]
3 Ways In Which Salt May be Keeping You Awake Sleep o’clock! Are you sleepy yet or are the cars speeding away keeping you company? Just like you, most of us struggle with insomnia and only end up fighting the resultant exhaustion from sleep deprivation with big gulps of coffee. But, does coffee help? Yes and No. While coffee keeps you active, it also affects other metabolic processes worsening y...[Read More]
APPLE CIDER VINEGAR- This may help you sleep better! Have you tried everything to help you sleep from pills to exercise, only showing marginal improvements? To trying placebos that simply don’t have any effect on your sleep patterns. If you are at the end of the rope, apple cider vinegar may just do the trick for you. It might seem like a weird choice to help you sleep. However, Apple cider...[Read More]
Everyone needs sleep. Without it, your mind and body can’t function. In my case I had no problems falling asleep, usually within 5 minutes. But staying asleep. There are many things that kept me awake or caused me to wake up. I would try a few things that I heard about and they seemed to help But I could not tell which ones helped more until now. I love the new gadgets that have come out w...[Read More]
Of all delectable islands the Neverland is the snuggest and most compact, not large and sprawly, you know, with tedious distances between one adventure and another, but nicely crammed. When you play at it by day with the chairs and table-cloth, it is not in the least alarming, but in the two minutes before you go to sleep it becomes very real. That is why there are night-lights.
Commercial truck drivers who get treatment for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) for two years may reduce their crash risk to the level of drivers without apnea, a study from Italy suggests. For professional drivers, the screening treatment and management of sleep disorders should be mandatory to reduce accident risk and improve road safety, the study authors write in the journal Sleep Medicine. Read ...[Read More]
What Is A Sleep Cycle: Some days, you wake up full of positive energy and strength. Others, you are like hit by a truck. Have you ever wondered what causes this imbalance? The answer is – sleep cycles. In order for you to understand the meaning of a sleep cycle, let’s just say that our brains are programmed to go through various patterns of activity while they rest during sleep. As wei...[Read More]
Sleep deprivation is becoming a common problem today. For a certain group of people, it could be intentional sleep deprivation to catch up with personal goals such as education and extra income. However, for most people, there could be a serious medical or lifestyle condition behind the deprivation. Patterns of sleep deprivation A number of people are unable to sleep for the recommended 7-8 hours...[Read More]
Sleep apnea is basically a chronic disease that is widely spreading. Most people with sleep apnea do not even realize how serious it is, as it has a negative effect on the functions of the body. It is caused by the low breathing during sleep, which is why it is considered a sleep disorder. It can affect anyone, regardless of their age, gender, and even children suffer from this disorder. There are...[Read More]
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(OSA): Symptoms, Treatments, and Causes Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a respiratory seizing caused by the collapse of the walls of the pharynx. The disorder mainly occurs while the person is asleep and snoring. To be more exact, during the attack, a patient stops snoring because of the blockage of the air passage through the pharynx. Repeated episodes of obstructive sleep apnea result in the lo...[Read More]