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Is It Stress Keeping You up at Night?

Most folks experience an occasional restless night. But if you find that your inability to fall asleep happens more often than not, there’s likely an underlying problem causing your lack of Zzzzs. Sleeping disorders, like obstructive sleep apnea or insomnia, are common culprits when it comes to being unable to fall and stay asleep. But […]

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Sleep Apnea and PTSD – a Dangerous Link

There are many concerning and dangerous symptoms that are linked with posttraumatic stress disorder (or PTSD). This mental health condition, often associated with members of the military, can correspond with a far-reaching range of both physical and cognitive symptoms. But a recent study has found a somewhat unexpected condition is now also commonly found in […]

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How Seasonal Affective Disorder Affects Sleep – And What You Can Do

It’s easy to feel a little blue or lethargic in the wintertime. The days are shorter, the weather is chilly, and most folks can’t wait to get back to the green and sunny landscapes of spring. But some folks experience more extreme cases of the wintertime blues than others. These cases are a form of […]

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Six Things to Remember When Sleep Training Your Child

As all new mothers know, babies require a lot of sleep. Between the ages of 4 and 11 months, babies need to sleep for roughly 12-15 hours per day. As they get older, many of these hours slowly become consecutive in the nighttime. It typically takes three to six months for babies to start to […]

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Is Social Media Affecting Your Teenagers’ Sleep?

When it comes to getting ample rest, teenagers and young adults arguably struggle the most. With erratic sleep schedules, late night studying or socializing, and schedules full of classes and activity, it’s understandable that many teens can suffer from a lack of sleep. But do underlying social media habits play a role in young adults’ […]

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Cool and Useful Alarm Clocks to Help You Wake Up

Gone are the days when everyone wakes up to a stationary, ringing alarm clock that emits the same blaring sound. Today’s new crop of wake-up calls is amazingly modern, unique, and can cater to your individual sleeping style. It makes sense that the alarm clock has evolved over the years, and is no longer a […]

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Six Tips for Going to Bed Earlier

Many Americans report that one of the most prevalent factors preventing them from getting a full night’s rest is a late bedtime. The average bedtime for most adults in the U.S. is around 11 p.m. But it’s easy to allow this timeframe to drift later and later as our lives progressively get busier. But the […]

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Have Heartburn at Bedtime? Five Things You Can Do

Many people who suffer from heartburn are very familiar with sleepless nights. Heartburn and acid indigestion tend to be most prevalent after a big meal or in the minutes leading up to bedtime. And your ensuing sleep can suffer. If you’ve ever had trouble going to sleep because of heartburn, or have found yourself waking […]

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Six Reasons Why You Wake Up at Night – And What You Can Do

Everybody has experienced a night where they jolt out of bed, completely wide awake, only to look at the clock and realize there’s still hours before the sun rises. Getting up unexpectedly in the middle of the night is certainly not uncommon. Everyone experiences this frustrating but familiar event from time to time. In fact, […]

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Four Ways Technology Actually Helps You Sleep

By now, you are probably aware that nodding off with your laptop, television, tablet or cell phone in front of you is not a good way to fall sleep. The blue light emitted from the screens we use every day can have negative effects on our sleep. It can cause us to stay awake longer […]

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