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  • Believing these Myths Could Cost You Valuable Sleep

    If you’re trying to improve the quality and quantity of your sleep then you’re not alone. With more and more studies being published every day about how important it is to get high quality rest, people are turning in earlier and turning to high-tech devices to give them a leg up. But sometimes adding new behaviors isn’t as important as doing away with old ones, or getting your head straight on mistaken beliefs that you’ve been carrying around with you. In the interest of helping you get a better night’s sleep, here are several sleep myths that you need to be on the right side of. Continue reading

  • Project Sleep Introduces New Infographic

    Project Sleep is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to the mission of raising awareness about the importance of sleep and the risks of sleep disorders. The group accomplishes their goal through a number of public campaigns aimed at education and empowerment, and hopes to earn sleep the recognition that it deserves as one of the integral pillars of human health alongside exercise and good nutrition.

    Campaigns that the group sponsors run the gamut from events regarding narcolepsy to Sleep Walks that are held all over the country to bring people in the community together to celebrate the importance of sleep. The group also has created an informative website that is a valuable resource for understanding sleep health, getting information on a variety of sleep disorders, and informing people about where they can go for additional help regarding sleep.  Continue reading

  • New Study Strengthens Support for Later School Start Times

    The journal publisher Taylor & Francis has just released the results of a new study that confirms that teenaged behaviors and responses that have traditionally been attributed to bad attitudes are actually caused by sleep deprivation. The report appeared in the journal Learning, Media and Technology, and shows that the continued practice of starting high school schedules at early hours of the morning are in direct conflict with teens’ ability to learn and their need for sleep. As a result, education to this particular group is suffering, and so are their moods. Continue reading

  • How to Purchase a Mattress

    Going mattress shopping can be an intimidating experience. Part of that may be due to the way that you’ve been treated in mattress stores before – mattress sales people have earned an unfortunate reputation for being overly enthusiastic and aggressive, and have often been compared to used car salesmen. There are a number of reasons that people find mattress shopping so confusing. Right off the bat there is the problem with product names that sound so similar to one another that it becomes nearly impossible to make a distinction from brand to brand. Another problem is that there is so much technical information about the materials that the mattresses are made of and the number of coils that are available per inch that you feel like you need a PhD to understand what you’re looking at. Finally, the prices are so wide-ranging and the decorations on the beds themselves are so distracting that it seems impossible to tell a good bed from a bad one or a good buy from a ripoff.  Continue reading

  • How to Use the Data Your Sleep Tracker Provides

    There are so many fitness trackers on the market today that provide consumers with data on their sleep activity, but not many of them go the extra step of providing an interpretation of the data or a direction in which to go in order to improve upon the sleep that you’re getting. Though it may be interesting to see how many minutes you slept without turning over or what the temperature was in your bedroom while you slept, what is most important is to know what to do with the information that has been gathered. Sleep experts say that in the cases of almost all of the trackers and apps that are out there, the information that’s provided is generic at best, but there are steps you can take and outside information about yourself that you can combine with the data in order to give yourself a good sense of your sleep health and what you need to do to improve it. Continue reading

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