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  • New Sleeping Recommendations Released

    The National Sleep Foundation is a nonprofit organization that is committed to improving health and well-being through sleep education and advocacy. The organization is looked to for guidance on topics regarding sleep by consumers, health advocates and legislators, so it made headlines when they recently revised their recommendations for the amount of sleep that they are recommending that people get each night. Continue reading

  • Houston Mom Forced to Sue for Sleep

    In a legal drama that seems more suitable for television than real life, a single mother from Houston has filed a lawsuit against her downstairs neighbor in her apartment building, charging that he “intentionally and maliciously” woke her up every single night for forty-two nights in a row in order to prevent her from getting a good night’s sleep. The plaintiff, Kiri Martin is asking help from the legal system to stop the madness and let her get some rest. Continue reading

  • New-Fangled Answers to an Age-Old Question

    Since the beginning of time, people have struggled with the discomfort of climbing into a cold bed. Though blankets and body warmth do the trick eventually, we live in a society that is looking for a more immediate, high-tech answer, and Mark Aramli has come up with an answer that fits the bill. Continue reading

  • 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

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