Sleep And Hunger: What’s The Link?

Having no sleep or less than the number of required hours of sleep is said to make people feel hungrier than normal, thus, people who are sleeping less tend to overeat and gain weight. When a person is deprived of good rest the bodyundergoes hormonal changes, but the hormones affected are different for men and […]

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What Is Your Sleep Position Personality?

Do you know that your personality can be revealed by how you sleep? Sleep experts who have been carefully studying the mystery of sleep patterns have revealed the link between a person’s personality traits to their position while they sleep at night. There are several sleeping positions and a person usually chooses his or her […]

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Sleep Deprivation

Sleep Deprivation Can Affect Your Eating Habits But There Are Ways To Remedy It

Sleep Deprivation is a sufficient lack of restorative sleep over a cumulative period so as to cause physical or psychiatric symptoms and affect routine performances of tasks according to the WebMD definition. Sleep deprivation is being experienced by many people because of our modern lifestyle. Do you notice how many hours you spend each single day […]

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Sleep Better

Eat These Foods And Sleep Better

No matter how busy you may be, you should never neglect sleep. Without adequate sleep people are like zombies, and no one likes them. You lose concentration, the ability to think straight, lack of desire to communicate with other people and sanity. Below is a list of foods that can help you sleep better through […]

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Sleep For Babies

Sleep Positions For Babies

[easyazon-image align=”left” asin=”0449819876″ locale=”us” height=”” src=”” width=”300″]Babies should always sleep on their back. For first-time parents it is good to know what is the best and the SAFEST sleep position for babies. Many parents aren’t aware of the fact that a child’s sleep position does matter. SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) is one of the […]

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Children Snore

Sleep Disorders Found In One Out Of Ten 6 To 8-Year-Olds’ Breathing

[easyazon-image align=”left” asin=”1607617242″ locale=”us” height=”” src=”” width=”300″]Approximately ten per cent of 6-8 year olds have breathing that may lead to sleep disorders, according to a recent Finnish study. The risk is increased among children with enlarged tonsils, cross-bite and convex facial profile. Unlike in adults, excess body fat is not associated with sleep-disordered breathing in this age group, […]

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What Are The Best Sleep Positions For Back Pain?

Young or old at one point of our lives we will all experience back pain – be it because of a long-term disease  or because of accidents and sports. There is definitely a remedy to help ease the back pain and for you to sleep well through the night. Your sleep position can definitely affect […]

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Insomnia And Sleep Apnea May Be Controlled With Acetazolamide Plus Autocpap

[easyazon-image align=”left” asin=”B0015NZ6FK” locale=”us” height=”” src=”” width=”300″]For individuals with obstructive sleep apnea traveling to higher altitudes (which may exacerbate symptoms), use of a combination therapy resulted in improvement in symptoms including reduced insomnia and better control of sleep apnea, according to a preliminary study published in the December 12 issue of JAMA. As travel to […]

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Sleep Well And Beat All-Night Crammers On College Exams

We all want to pass any exam with flying colors and that may put us in a situation where we don’t always sleep well. College students are especially the ones who practice the “no-sleep-just-study”method. After all, grades do matter when it comes to getting the most high paying jobs in the country. But experts soon […]

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Sleep Apnea

Sleep Apnea – Sleep Well Even At High Altitude

People with sleep apnea can safely travel to high altitudes with the help of a diuretic and a commonly used breathing device, a new study from Switzerland suggests. Researchers found acetazolamide (sold as Diamox), which is already used to treat mountain sickness, improved overnight oxygen levels among people with the sleep disorder who spent time […]

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