REM sleep

REM Sleep: There’s More Behind “Shut-Eye” Than You May Think

 

  For a long time, people thought that sleep was just a dormant state, or just something we had to do to get on with […]

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causes of migraines

15 Migraine Triggers: What are Migraines and How to Avoid Them

 

  Though migraines are common (migraines and tension type headaches are the second and third most common disease in the world) the exact cause of migraines is […]

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types of exercise

Types of exercise: Different types of exercise and their benefits

 

  Types of exercise. Cue the groans! This blog post is all about the benefits of different types of exercise. Yes! You read that correctly! […]

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how to become a morning person

How to Become a Morning Person: 10 Tips for the Sleeping Beauty in All of Us

 

  We’ve all made plans the night before, telling ourselves things like “Okay, tomorrow I will wake up early, eat breakfast, go for a run, […]

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sleeping well improves memory

Sleeping Well Improves Memory: Advantages of Being Well-Rested

 

  Sleeping well improves memory? Who hasn’t had problems concentrating at work after a poor night’s sleep? In 2013, a study showed that this common […]

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lack of sleep during pregnancy

Lack Of Sleep During Pregnancy: Why Can’t I Fall Asleep?

 

  Pregnancy is one of the most complex processes that a woman’s body is able to undergo. Pregnancy involves many physiological and psychological changes that […]

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Technological insomnia

Sleepless nights with your phone? You may have technological insomnia

 

  Texts from your ex late on a Saturday night (or early Sunday morning?), compromising pictures that his friends post to Facebook… Social networks have robbed […]

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Brain changes due to poor sleep increases stroke and dementia risks in seniors

 

  Brain changes due to poor sleep increases stroke and dementia risks in seniors Sleep disturbance in elderly persons is associated with brain changes such […]

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Too much sleep might lead to faster decline in brain function.

Too much sleep might lead to faster decline in brain function.

 

  Too much sleep might lead to faster decline in brain function. A new study conducted by researchers from Columbia and the University Hospital of […]

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Women with sleep apnea have higher degree of brain damage than men

Women with sleep apnea have higher degree of brain damage than men

 

  Women with sleep apnea have higher degree of brain damage than men. Women suffering from sleep apnea have, on the whole, a higher degree […]

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Using music to reset the sleepless brain

Using music to reset the sleepless brain

 

  Using music to reset the sleepless brain. Sleep problems and insomnia are common among Americans with half of the population suffering from insomnia. New […]

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