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Monthly Archives: February 2015

  • Counting the Dangers of Sleep Deprivation

    Let this be a wake-up call for those who doubt the doctors who keep telling us that we really need to get seven to nine hours of sleep per night: sleep deprivation does very real, very significant damage to the human body and our overall sense of well-being. The more resources that science invests in studying the impact of sleeplessness on the human body, the longer the list of body systems, organs and measures of wellness that are impacted grows. Here is a quick rundown of what is known so far, though as more research is done it is expected that the list will only grow longer. Continue reading

  • More Sleep is Added Benefit to Flexible Schedules

    A study conducted as a collaborative effort by multiple American universities has revealed that improved sleep is an extra added benefit of working a flexible schedule. The study was conducted by researchers at Oregon Health & Science University, Portland State University, Harvard and Penn State among others, and was geared towards determining whether a flexible schedule reduced conflicts between work and family life. The study did not have a goal of improving sleep, yet determined that those who were allowed to work on a flexible schedule added approximately one hour of sleep each week. Continue reading

  • Sleep Aids and Other Medications Increase Alzheimer’s Risk

    Many people who struggle with getting a good night’s sleep often turn to a variety of old-fashioned remedies and over-the-counter medications for help, before eventually asking their physician for assistance in the form of a prescription medication. But a new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) has raised serious questions about the long-term effect of those sleep aids, as well as of several popular hayfever remedies and antidepressants. The study has caused concern that there is a higher risk of being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease if you take these medications at high doses over a period of several years. Continue reading

  • Sleep Well, Stay Healthy

    Remember how when you were younger your mom would tell you that if you let yourself get ‘run down’, you’d be more likely to catch a cold? What made you roll your eyes back then may not actually be so foolish after all. Turns out that mom was right and getting the sleep that your body needs goes a long way towards keeping you healthy and helping your body to heal from illness and injury. Cancer experts urge their patients to get plenty of sleep, and in case you weren’t going to stay in bed when you’re sick, the flu and other viruses do a pretty fair job of keeping you there whether you like it or not. Sometimes, just like mom, your body knows best. Continue reading

  • Identifying Your Perfect Bedtime

    With all of the tricks and technology available to help us get a good night’s sleep, you’d think that we all would be getting the rest that we need each and every night. Yet the Center for Disease Control and Prevention has expressed concern that sleep deprivation has reached epidemic proportion in the United States, and health advocates continue to cite chronic health conditions associated with lack of sleep. Continue reading

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