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  • Finding The Right Answer for Sleeplessness

    When you have a bad night’s sleep, it can really make a mess of your day. But if you have a few bad nights of sleep in a row, it is cause for stress and worry. When tossing and turning and trying desperately to fall asleep has become routine, it’s time to take a look at what might be causing the problem, because once insomnia becomes chronic it is hard to treat, in large part because you end up worrying so much about it. Most people tend to think immediately of sleeping pills as a way to solve the issue, but that’s not always the best answer. Continue reading

  • This Coffee Will Put You Right to Sleep

    Anybody who has ever struggled with insomnia knows that one of the cardinal rules of getting a good night’s sleep is to stay away from coffee — even decaf varieties can spell trouble for those who are particularly sensitive to caffeine. But now a company called Counting Sheep Coffee has introduced a new java that claims to let coffee lover have their cup and sleep a bit too. The company offers an unusual blend of decaf beans combined with a whopping 176 milligrams of valerian root, an herbal sleep remedy that is said to be a natural sedative. Continue reading

  • Alarming Study Links Insomnia to Death

    People who have spent a bad night without sleep sometimes refer to themselves as feeling “like death warmed over,” and the metaphor is meant to be somewhat amusing. But the joke has become a little less funny with news of the conclusions of a 40-year study that was recently wrapped up by researchers at the University of Arizona. The group found that if you consistently experience disrupted sleep at a rate of at least three nights per week over a period of six years, it creates a 58 percent increased risk of an early death. The findings showed that heart disease, diabetes, dementia, cancer and depression were the chronic illnesses most frequently associated with prolonged insomnia. Many of these illnesses have been linked to increased levels of inflammation. Continue reading

  • Helping The Elderly to Sleep

    There are a remarkable number of similarities between infancy and the elderly, and one of them is the difficulty in sleeping though the night. Infants awaken frequently because they need to eat — there is no doubt about their need for sleep. And yet when the elderly complain of not being able to sleep through the night we tend to think that as we age we need less sleep instead of assuming that – same as with young children – we are being awoken by the impact of needing to go to the bathroom or because of medications or illness. Continue reading

  • The Most Common Sleep Problems Faced by Insomniacs

    With sleep deprivation and sleep disorders gaining in attention and awareness in the United States, there is no question that solutions are highly desired. Thirty percent of Americans report some kind of sleep disruption, and though there are plenty of people who suffer from eating disorders, there is a good chance that sleep is the one natural process that people struggle with the most. There are a number of reasons for this, including the low priority that we place on sleep, our busy social lives, demanding work lives, and the high number of high-tech distractions that pull even the most tired of us into a few more minutes on our electronic devices. Whatever the reason, there is no doubt that as a society our circadian rhythms are off kilter and we’re having a more and more difficult time getting the sleep that we need.  Continue reading

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