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How to Sleep Well in a College Dorm Room

It’s that time of year when students all across the country are loading up their books and computers and heading back to school. And in between the full days of classes, evenings out with new friends and late night cram sessions with extra pizza, it can be easy to lose out on one of the […]

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4 Ways to Help Your Kids Sleep While on Vacation

Labor Day is just around the corner, and for many families, this means that there may still be one more summertime trip or vacation in store before school is back in session. Travelling with everyone in the family – especially and including the younger family members – isn’t always the easiest task, and when bedtime […]

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How Being Diagnosed with Sleep Apnea Changes a Life – a Football Player’s Story

Baltimore Ravens’ center Ryan Jensen had been playing in the pros for several years before he realized that there was a problem. Drafted into the NFL as a sixth round pick in 2013, Jensen wasn’t very far into his professional career before he found himself exhausted all the time. Losing weight and muscle mass without […]

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Can a Better Night’s Sleep Reduce Your Waist Size?

A number of studies have chronicled how a lack of sleep, (or a lack of quality sleep due to disorders such as sleep apnea), can wreak havoc on a person’s physical health. And this is especially true when it comes to a person’s diet and weight. Not getting enough sleep can: Interfere with hormones Slow […]

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Have a High-Risk Job? Get Tested for Sleep Apnea

Recently, two federal agencies made waves when they proposed employees who operated trucks and trains be tested for sleep apnea. The agencies – the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and Federal Railroad Administration – stated that when it comes to undiagnosed or inadequately treated OSA (obstructive sleep apnea), the risk of preventable accidents increases greatly, […]

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5 Ways to Keep Kids Sleeping Soundly

A good night’s sleep is important for people of all ages, but it’s especially essential for children. Sleep is when our minds and bodies grow the most; it’s crucial for kids to get the highest quality sleep possible to stay happy and healthy well into adulthood. But as any parent can attest, it’s sometimes difficult […]

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Understanding Excessive Daytime Sleepiness

People who have sleep apnea often have a world of other symptoms or health issues that can creep up during their waking hours. From impulse control to a lack of motivation, not getting the sleep we desperately need can affect our daily life in powerful ways. And one condition in particular – Excessive Daytime Sleepiness […]

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Can Sleep Apnea Slow Down Your Brain?

Do you feel foggy after a bad night of sleep? As it turns out, there’s a very good reason for that. Let’s Take a Look at Overnight Oxygen Saturation Levels A new study has further proven what many sleep experts already know, snoring and sleep apnea can hurt our: Memories Ability to pay attention Cognitive […]

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5 Gentle Stretches to Go to Sleep, Fast

Having trouble dozing off to sleep on a regular basis? There are a world of tricks you can employ to get to sleep easier, without the prescription or over-the-counter medications, and without giving in to the calling of the late night munchies. People who regularly practice yoga or meditation right before bedtime often have an […]

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