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  • Inspire Device Helping Sleep Apnea Patients

    It has been less than a year since the Food and Drug Administration gave its approval to Inspire Upper Airway Stimulation Therapy, a device that is implanted into a patient’s airway and that stimulates key muscles in order to keep the airway open and allow the patient to breathe. Still, despite the short amount of time that has gone by, this breakthrough treatment has proven to be of tremendous value to obstructive sleep apnea sufferers who are unable to use or tolerate the more traditional Continuous Positive Airway Pressure, or CPAP device. Continue reading

  • Optimizing Your Bedroom for Sleep

    Getting the sleep that you need should be as easy as laying your head on the pillow and closing your eyes. Unfortunately, many people find that turning out the lights and lying down is the opening act to a night spent staring at the ceiling and trying desperately to feel drowsy. If you are one of the millions who find falling asleep each night a challenge and you’re looking for a solution, the National Sleep Foundation suggests that you start by taking a good look at your bedroom. Continue reading

  • New Study Reveals Surprising Teen Sleep Deprivation Cause

    There has been a great deal of attention paid recently to the issue of teen sleep deprivation. The American Academy of Pediatrics has issued a statement urging schools to move their start time to a later point in the morning to allow for more sleep, and experts have pointed to everything from biological factors to increasing use of technology for the problem. But a new study has revealed that the blame for the problem may lie elsewhere. The research, which was published in this month’s issue of the journal Pediatrics, found that the sleep deprivation teens are experiencing is part of a trend that has developed over the past twenty years rather than a new development. Continue reading

  • Sleep and the Average College Student

    It’s been a long time since I graduated college, but I have some very clear memories of how I spent my time there. Of course I remember sitting in class, as well as out on the sunny quad, in the library, and at many a beer-soaked party. I also have lots of images of myself sitting at my desk into the wee hours, working on finishing up essays due the next morning or cramming for tests. Lots of sleep got sacrificed in the name of both having a good time and of getting good grades Continue reading

  • The Importance of Sleep to Achieving Excellence

    There is a famous study that was published in 1993 by the American Psychological Association that traced the number of hours that violinists from the Music Academy of West Berlin had practiced over the course of their careers. The groups were broken down into categories. The first was students whose futures were considered to be so bright that it was anticipated that they would embark on a solo career. The second group is classified simply as being good students and the third group had plans to become music teachers. The research is one of the first to introduce the concept of “deliberate practice,” and focuses on the principal that it is the students who have practiced to the point of accumulating 10,000 or more hours of deliberate practice by the age of twenty are the ones that will be the most likely to be successful. Continue reading

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