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  • Unraveling the Mysteries of Sleepwalking

    The image of sleepwalking has often been somewhat comedic. Whether your familiarity with the issue comes from childhood episodes and tales that your parents told of you walking into the room muttering nonsense and clutching a pillow, or from nonsensical cartoon scenes in which sleepwalkers make their way through a scene with their arms outstretched, helping themselves to food in the refrigerator and getting into all sorts of hijinks, the truth is that there is a lot more to it, and for those who suffer from the sleeping disorder there is nothing to laugh about. Continue reading

  • App Reveals World’s Sleep Habits

    The use of various fitness and sleep apps continues to grow more popular around the world, and there is no end in sight. From downloads on our Android and iPhone devices to separate fitness bands and monitors that have become part of our nightly routines, we seem universally obsessed with quantify everything about our lives, from the calories that we consume and the number of steps that we take to the length of time that we spend in each sleep cycle and what time we wake up in the morning. Despite the fact that we all think of ourselves as extremely tech savvy, few people stop to realize that the information that is being collected and provided back to us is also accessible to the owners and operators of the applications and devices themselves. But it’s true. With the advent of sleep sensor apps, “He knows when you’ve been sleeping” is no longer just the realm of Santa Claus. We’re not saying that the app developers are using the information for nefarious purposes … we’re just sayin’. Continue reading

  • Want to Avoid a Spring Cold? Get Your ZZZZs on!

    You know all those old wives’ tales and remedies that center around the common cold? Things like ‘If you don’t dress warmly, you’ll catch a cold,’ or ‘If you don’t wear socks you’ll catch a cold,’ or my personal favorite from my grandmother — ‘If you don’t get enough sleep you’re going to get run down and catch a cold.’ As it turns out, that last one is absolutely true. Sorry for making fun of you, Grandma. Continue reading

  • Early Work Cancels Adequate Sleep

    The earlier we start our work day, whether our work is designed to educate ourselves or to earn money, the less time we spend getting the restorative sleep that we need. That is the latest finding by a group of researchers from the University of Pennsylvania. Their study concludes that in order for us to improve our overall health, consideration should be given to having later work and school start times. Continue reading

  • The Constantly Buzzing Brain

    There was once a time that people thought that when we sleep, our brains also shut down for the night, so that sleep was a sort of coma. Since that time, scientific study has proven otherwise, but that doesn’t mean that we still fully understand exactly what is going on when we fall asleep. To that point, a new study conducted by neurologist Dr. Josef Parvizi of Stanford University has shown that not only is the brain active during the time that we’re sleeping, but that the activity that is going on is specific and targeted. The finding is providing valuable information about the enormous amount of energy that the brain uses each night while we are sleeping.
    Dr. Parvizi says, “There is something that’s going on in a very structured manner during rest and during sleep, and that will, of course, require energy consumption.” Continue reading

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