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Sleep News

  • Think Sleep Doesn’t Make a Difference? Ask an Athlete!

    You know that feeling you get when you haven’t had enough sleep, and especially when you’ve gone more than a couple days in a row without enough sleep? Well, for every person who wishes they could get more sleep there are people who claim that it makes absolutely no difference. They say “I’ll sleep when I’m dead,” or even go so far as to hold those who focus on adequate sleep as being somehow weak, or lazy.

    If you’re one who scoffs at the notion that sleep (or a lack of sleep) can make a significant difference in performance, whether mental or physical, you might want to take a quick glance at some of the information gathered here about the world’s most elite athletes. These are men and women who have made their fortune based on their physical abilities. In some cases they appear to be nearly superhuman in their talent and skill. Talking to them about the role that sleep plays in their daily schedule is both eye-opening and enlightening. Continue reading

  • Paying for the Pleasures of Sleep

    High-tech mattresses, expensive luxury sheets, white-noise machines … it seems like when it comes to getting a good night’s sleep, some people are willing to pay just about anything. And with the attention that the dangers of sleep deprivation and sleep disorders has been getting in the news these days, it’s no wonder. Lack of sleep has been blamed – and rightly so – for a number of tragic accidents, for lost productivity in the workplace, for increased potential for Alzheimer’s disease and other degenerative brain diseases, for weight gain, and many more causes for serious concern. 

    Though a sleep specialist is likely to tell you that unless you have a sleep disorder, you just need to make sleep a higher priority, and that it isn’t necessary to spend money to get a good night’s sleep, it is worth looking at the ways that losing sleep is costing you, and what some of the options are that can enhance your chances for getting back to getting the rest you need. Continue reading

  • Back? Side? Stomach Sleeper? It Makes A Difference!

    If you’ve been paying attention to all of the news about the importance of getting enough sleep, or the negative impacts of sleep deprivation, and you’re focusing on all of the things that the articles say that you need to do, then you’ve probably established a set bedtime, started exercising during the day, cut out late caffeine and alcohol and even adjusted your room for light and sound. Good for you! Now all you have to do is throw yourself into your bed and you should be good to go, right?

    Unfortunately, wrong. It turns out that even the way that we sleep once we’ve gotten ourselves in bed is important to not only our sleep quality but our overall health. Take a look at the list below and see whether you recognize yourself. If so, and if your sleep position isn’t one of the ones that experts say is optimal, you may want to take some time to train yourself to sleep in a healthier way. Continue reading

  • Economic Woes Can Cause A Sleep Deprivation Spiral

    Worries about the economy, building credit bills, job insecurity and other money woes have been shown to have a direct impact on a person’s ability to sleep, and with studies showing that sleep deprivation has a devastating impact on memory and overall performance, the outlook for those concerned about losing their job’s is not good. A study conducted by NetDoctor found that the worse the economy grows, the less sleep people are likely to get. Continue reading

  • Secret Sleep Stealers

    Seems like every day there’s another brilliant and innovative suggestion being offered to help us get a better night’s sleep. With so many ideas and solutions available, it’s easy to feel like there’s something wrong with you if you still are struggling to get your seven to nine hours per night. If you have been listening to and following all of the sleep hygiene instructions, doing yoga, practice mindful meditation, cutting out caffeine and dosing up on the melatonin and you still find yourself staring at the ceiling, here are some ideas for the things that might be causing your struggle. Continue reading

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