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  • British Study Reveals Serious Sleep Issues

    As every school child in the United States knows, Britain is the country that gave birth to the United States. As America’s parent and closest ally, there are many things that the two countries have in common, and according to a newly released study, that includes one of our worst habits: residents of Britain are short-changing themselves when it comes to sleep. Continue reading

  • Incidence of Serious Sleep Disorder is On The Rise In Children

    According to researchers at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario, the incidence of obstructive sleep apnea, a serious sleep disorder that can lead to chronic health conditions, is on the rise in children. The problem has become so great that medical professionals have had to develop a new method of screening for the disorder in children so that they can more efficiently determine which patients should be given priority in treatment. Continue reading

  • Technological Advances in Sleep

    By now it’s old news that sleep is just as important to our overall health as are exercising and what we eat. Yet even with this general recognition of the importance of getting our eight hours a night, people have a bad attitude about the topic in general. In many industries and individual businesses, not getting enough sleep has become a badge of honor about which people boast, and even those who recognize that they need to improve their sleep quantity and quality are generally not interested in reaching out for help to achieve that goal. Continue reading

  • Study Aims to Help Early Risers

    Anybody who has an elderly relative in their family is probably familiar with the early bird syndrome…. Those same folks who arrive at local restaurants for the discount dinners served between 4:00 and 6:00 p.m. are also likely to go to sleep at 7:00 p.m. and awaken for the day at 3:00 or 4:00 in the morning. And they’re none too happy about it. Continue reading

  • Sleep Deprivation and Interruptions Can Impact Gene Function

    According to a recent survey conducted by the National Sleep Foundation, almost half of Americans between the ages of 13 and 64 report that they either never or almost never get a full night’s sleep during the work or school week. As is the case with many people who do shift work, travel for business, or have disrupted sleep schedules for other reasons (such as college students), the solution that many of these sleep deprived people turn to is daytime naps that they believe compensate for their lack of sleep. Some companies are even setting up nap rooms to allow their workers to take short breaks to offset their late night hours. Unfortunately, a new study is revealing that this kind of disrupted sleep schedule may be doing a tremendous amount of unseen physical damage. Continue reading

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