Is it Too Late? 5 Symptoms of Insomnia Pressure from raising children, keeping up with the joneses, living the American dream of owning a home or even paying your bills are some of the life issues that can keep you on toes. Sometimes you even take home the pressure of unmet work goals and deadlines and find yourself sleeping over them; it can be so bad that you find yourself sleeping on them liter...[Read More]
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]
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.
(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]