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Could GABA help you focus and relax? 19 June 2019
Modern life is busy and tough. Most people are overcommitted, over tired and some are just plain over it, having been burned out by the struggle of juggling a million things by day only to spend the night tossing and turning because their brain just can’t switch off when it’s supposed to.
What Is Normal Sleep? 24 January 2019
The first question is how long should one be sleeping. This depends on one’s age, and there are also large individual variations. An infant may sleep as much as 20 hours per day. A preteen needs between 8 ½ and 9 ½ hours generally, as does a teenager. However, a teenager will have what is known as a “sleep phase shift”. What this means is that they will tend to only be able to go to sleep much later than usual, and will have a lot of difficulties getting up in the morning.
Is a Lack of Sleep Wreaking Havoc on Your Health? 3 September 2018
That old saying about sleep being medicine? It’s true… Getting an adequate amount of good quality slumber is beneficial to all your body’s organs and systems – from your brain to your heart. Unfortunately, not all of us get as
There is a method of therapy though Studies have found that obstructive sleep apnea is associated with a significantly increased risk of motor vehicle accidents. According to the American Association of Sleep Medicine, patients with sleep apnea are 2.5
Despite challenges, technology-dependent children tend to thrive in the home environment Technological and scientific advances over the past two decades have increased the survival rate of chronically ill children. However, this had resulted in a dependency on technology and home care
All you need to know about Obstructive Sleep Apnoea Over the last few years, Obstructive Sleep Apnoea has become widely known and appreciated. It is extremely common, and relatively easy to diagnose with an overnight sleep test (polysomnogram). It
Can Poor Sleep Make You Fat? 26 April 2018
SleepNet-BreatheNet exlains the link between poor sleep and weight gain Several studies published in the past decade have focused on the association between reduced sleep and weight gain in healthy individuals and in in particular in middle aged women.