Get Fit While You Sleep

Let’s just get something out of the way first: no matter how much and how well we sleep, most of us want and know we need more. But with a finite number of hours in each day, we’re all struggling to get as much done as possible, and our ideal sleep time is often the […]

Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

Being a mother is a thankless, 24/7 job. This year, treat your mom to gifts that will have her feeling rested and relaxed for the rest of the year! Use the promo code MOM20 to get 20% off of your entire purchase. Bazzzmati Hot & Cold Therapy Neck Wrap A perfect blend of basmati rice, […]

CPAP Machine Help

  The treatment often used to cure sleep apnea is CPAP or continuous positive airway pressure therapy. This type of therapy is achieved with the use of a CPAP machine that is one of the forms of sleep aids and is also great for insomnia help. This machine functions by pushing air via the airway […]

Circadian Rhythm and Sleep

Having difficulty in sleeping is a problem that a lot of people are experiencing, especially now that there are many distractions to keep one up all night, enough to disregard insomnia treatment. The sleep/wake cycle is controlled by the circadian rhythm, and sleep disorders associated to this rhythm will cause insomnia. vaXzine – flickr.com A […]

Children’s Sleep

When it comes to children and their development, it is always important to ensure that they receive adequate and proper sleep. This way, they can have a good foundation for developing their mind and body properly. Children’s sleep is very important to prevent sleeping disorders children. Parents should remember that sleep is just as crucial […]

Keep Your Mouth Shut if You Want What’s Good for You: The Dangers of Mouth Breathing During Sleep

If you breathe through your mouth during sleep, you may be damaging your oral health. The most noticeable result of mouth breathing is dry mouth. While it may seem like just a nuisance, lack of saliva, which kills bacteria and neutralizes acid, can lead to issues such as cavities, tooth decay, and gum disease.  According […]

Children and CPAP

Since sleep apnea is considered to be one of the most alarming sleep disorders that a patient can be diagnosed with, various sleep aids have been developed for it. The most popular of these is the CPAP machine. This problem is common to both kids and adults, but children are the having the worse time. […]

Binge Eating and Sleep

Studies show that sleeping disorders are considerably related to binge eating in females. The team has discovered that not receiving adequate sleep, difficulty falling asleep, sleeping poorly, disturbed sleep, as well as daytime sleepiness is notably linked to a heightened risk for binge eating in females. All these are considered insomnia symptoms as well. Despite […]

Bed’s Role in Sleep

For people who simply can’t sleep at night, or suffer from any kind of sleeping disorder, it’s well worth learning how to make a bed properly. This might seem like a trivial thing, but it can actually make a world of difference to your nightly rest. Let’s face it, sleeping in a nice and fresh, […]

Alternative Treatments for Insomnia

Are there any alternatives to pharmaceutical treatments for insomnia? Many people ask if there are any alternative treatments for insomnia that eschew prescription drugs. It is a dangerous disorder, and only an effectual insomnia treatment is critical to getting that much needed sleep. Because of the advancements in modern medicine, we have recently seen some […]

Tips for the Day after a Sleepless Night

Your alarm has rung and it’s time to start the day. Unfortunately, you spent the night tossing and turning and getting sucked into a Wikipedia wormhole that started with the question, “What’s Scott Baio up to?” And now you’re asking yourself a less entertaining question: “How am I going to survive the nightmare of daily […]

10 Startling Effects of Sleep Deprivation

While it can be easy to shrug off a bit of sluggishness after a sleepless night, chronic sleep deprivation can cause serious harm to your body and mind. Here are ten startling effects of sleep deprivation: Impairment of Cognitive Functions: Chronic sleeplessness significantly weakens your attention span, concentration, alertness, and ability to problem solve and […]

Pick the Right Pillow for Your Sleep Style

By now you should already know that sleep quality can be affected by a wide variety of factors ranging from what you eat and drink during the day to room temperature, medication use, shift work, stress levels, jet lag, and how much light seeps through your bedroom blinds at night. After reading this article, you […]

Understanding Sleep Stages

When you sleep at night, your body and brain don’t simply slow their functions and “rest” until you wake again. Instead, they go through cycles of non-REM (NREM) and REM sleep stages that allow vital physiological processes to take place behind the scenes so you can feel refreshed and rejuvenated in the morning. Knowing what […]

How to Practice Early Rising

There are a myriad reasons to rise early each morning. For one thing, you can take a more leisurely approach to getting ready for work instead of just throwing on some clothes and rushing out the door. For another, you can prepare and eat a healthy breakfast at home instead of grabbing an overpriced coffee […]

Benefits of Bedtime Stories

Reading bedtime stories to children is more than just a way to introduce future generations to the joys of The Cat in the Hat, Goodnight Moon, and Where the Wild Things Are. Sure, the entertainment value alone of these and other children’s classics makes the effort worthwhile; but the benefits of bedtime reading extend well […]

Foods to Help You Sleep

Good nutrition is essential not only for maintaining high energy levels throughout the day, but also for facilitating deep, restful sleep at night. That’s because the nutrients you consume help stimulate the body’s production of a variety of hormones—including melatonin, which regulates your natural sleep and wake cycles. So it should come as no surprise […]

Sleep Apnea and Depression

If you frequently experience restless sleep, difficulty breathing during sleep (including gasping, snorting, and snoring) and/or daytime fatigue, you probably wouldn’t be surprised if a doctor diagnosed you with obstructive sleep apnea. After all, even though the symptoms of OSA are many and varied, the ones listed here are among the most common. But what […]

Sleep Regression in Babies and Toddlers

It took a while, but your newborn finally started sleeping through longer stretches of the night. The four or six consecutive hours of quiet were a godsend that allowed you to catch up on your own much-needed rest and helped you regain your center on a daily basis. Maybe this parenting thing wasn’t going to […]

What To Expect from Sleep Studies

Sleep studies conducted in a clinical laboratory or patient’s home are an excellent way for doctors and specialists to gather critical information about personal sleeping patterns. Studies of this kind may be recommended for individuals suspected of having obstructive sleep apnea or similar sleep disorders, with the resulting data then being used as a roadmap […]

Don’t Give Up on CPAP Therapy

Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy is one of the most prescribed methods of treating obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) for a simple reason: it works for a majority of patients. When used as directed, a CPAP device helps prevent the airway from collapsing during sleep, which eases breathing and eliminates snoring. For some folks, the […]

Rejuvenate with a Sleepcation

You’ve heard of a “staycation,” that money-saving measure in which people spend their vacations at home or visiting local attractions instead of traveling. But have you ever heard of a sleepcation? This is a somewhat more recent trend that sleep-deprived folks are turning to in an effort to get some much needed rest and to […]

Top 5 Sleep Myths Busted

If you’re trying to practice better sleep hygiene, then you’ve probably spent some time searching the Internet for tips and advice. Unfortunately, cyberspace is filled with lots of misleading information and outright myths about sleep that could end up interfering with your rest rather than enhancing it. Read on as we bust five of the […]

The relationship between PCOS and Sleep Apnea

If you are a woman suffering from PCOS or, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, you have an increased risk of sleep apnea. Sleep disturbances are more common in women with the disorder, as well as insulin resistance and glucose intolerance. Better treatment options for women suffering from PCOS and Sleep Apnea will require a better understanding of […]

Tips for Dealing with a Broken CPAP Machine

A continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine is one of the most effective treatments currently available for sleep apnea. CPAP prevents the soft tissue in your airway from collapsing, which allows you to breathe more freely and easily during sleep. CPAP also eliminates snoring, thereby providing you and your partner with more restful nights. So […]

Encouraging Good Sleep Habits in Babies and Toddlers

For many parents of very young children, sleepless nights are an unfortunate reality of the early years. That’s because having a wakeful baby or toddler in the house requires that one parent or the other be on hand for feeding, changing diapers, or soothing the little one back to sleep. But we’re here to tell […]

Ignoring Sleep Apnea Signs Now – Signal Big Problems Later

Working as a sleep tech professional for many years offered me many insights in those diagnosed with sleep apnea. A common component was that many of our patients were told or, even diagnosed pervasively with the symptoms of sleep apnea but, did not follow through with recommendations or treatment. Sleep apnea is not a disorder […]

Sleep Disorders and Psychiatric Disorders in Toddlers

Has your toddler or preschool aged child been diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder? If so, a recent study indicates that an underlying sleep disturbance might be intensifying the problem. Researchers at Bradley Hospital in Rhode Island studied a group of children under six years old who were part of an intensive program designed to treat […]

CPAP: Great for Cardiac Patients

Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) devices are most commonly used to treat obstructive sleep apnea. As the name suggests, CPAP machines deliver a gentle, uninterrupted flow of air down the throat to prevent the airway from collapsing during sleep. This results in deeper, more restful sleep while also minimizing snoring and lowering blood pressure. But […]

Songs to Wake Up To – Part 2

Do you feel unusually listless and lethargic in the morning? Does it take a ton of effort just to get out of bed? These could be signs that it’s time to change your alarm music. Smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices make it easier than ever to program your own soundtrack to wake up to, […]

CPAP strap marks and skin

If your CPAP usage is causing you grief in the morning, check out these products to help alleviate and prevent any further issues. Simple adjustments and additions can be an inexpensive and simple way to prevent red marks from a mask, better seal for the lining and prevent breakdown of facial tissue. A common complaint […]

Tips for Traveling with CPAP Devices

Traveling with a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) device to relieve sleep apnea is never a picnic, especially if your equipment is a bit older and bulkier than the newer models currently available. A particular challenge for most folks is getting the device through airport security checkpoints without incident. Even under the best circumstances, you’ll […]

The Link Between Sleep Apnea and High Blood Pressure

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is one of the most common sleep disorders out there—and also one of the most dangerous. Researchers in the medical community have already noted either direct or indirect connections between sleep apnea and health problems such as stroke, heart disease, heart failure, Type 2 diabetes, acid reflux, obesity, headaches, and fatigue. […]

ADHD and Sleep

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children and adults can have a negative impact on nearly every aspect of life, from general behavior to interpersonal relationships, the ability to concentrate, motivation, organization, and school or career success. ADHD can also adversely affect sleeping habits. For example, prescription medications used to treat the disorder have been […]

Sleep Drunkenness – Symptoms and Treatments

Have you ever woken suddenly from a deep sleep and found yourself unable to shut off the alarm, turn on the light, or perform other basic tasks? Does it take you longer than a minute or two to get your bearings and remember where you are or what day it is? If so, then you […]

Jobs that Interfere with Sleep

Failure to get adequate sleep can contribute to on-the-job performance problems such as shorter attention span, memory lapses, slowed reaction times, and poor decision-making. In many cases, individuals can correct these issues simply by changing some of the habits or behaviors that may be affecting their sleep.   In some instances, however, the job itself […]

Alcohol and Sleep

We have mentioned several times on this blog that alcohol can interfere with restful sleep. But have you ever wondered why that is? After all, you most likely get drowsy when you drink, so why not have a nightcap to speed yourself into dreamland? Well, there are numerous problems with this scenario. For instance, research […]

Famous People with Sleep Disorders

According to the Centers for Disease Control, an estimated 50-70 million Americans suffer from some kind of sleep disorder. That’s a significant percentage of the population, so it’s not at all surprising to discover that a number of famous people count themselves among the afflicted. While insufficient sleep due to an extremely hectic schedule is […]

Dealing with Bedroom Boycotts

All parents know they must pick their battles with toddlers. It’s far too exhausting and counterproductive—not to mention fairly impossible—to compel very young children to abide by every single rule or meet every single behavioral expectation all the time. Although consistency is important in child rearing, so is compromise. However, one of the areas where […]

Too Much Light at Night Linked to Obesity

Have you been steadily gaining weight despite the lack of changes to your eating habits or activity levels? Medical disorders and aging aside, exposure to excessive light at night may be the cause of your weight gain. Recent findings in the US, UK, and Japan suggest that there may be a link between light at night (LAN) […]

Crib Bumper Hazards

Crib bumpers or bumper pads are a very popular accessory favored by many parents of newborns. Sold separately or as part of baby bedding sets, these pads are attached to the inside walls of cribs to prevent infants from getting body parts stuck between the crib’s slats. Despite the fact that crib bumpers are marketed […]

Jet-Lagged: Now What?

You tried to adapt your schedule to sync up with your destination time zone several days before departure. You eschewed caffeine and alcohol on the flight in favor of water. You took melatonin to help reprogram your internal clock. In short, you did everything you were supposed to do in order to ward off jet […]

Teen Sleep Problems

It seems like irregular sleeping patterns are practically a requirement for being a teenager. This is particularly true because kids in this age group have to wake up so early for school, while still frequently pulling all-nighters during the week in order to finish school projects, cram for exams, or engage in late-night hobbies and […]

Latest Study: Family is Key to CPAP Compliance

Interesting fact for people who use CPAP: the people who most likely complained that your snoring was out of control and nagged you to do something about it are actually the most important people when it comes to whether or not you continue to use CPAP to manage your sleep apnea. Those are the results […]

Summer Daze: The Best Temperature for Sleep

Summer’s here and the time is right for sweating through the sheets. While getting comfy beneath a cloud-like comforter helps you sleep during the colder months it can be difficult to sleep soundly in the heat and humidity that kicks up in June and continues through August. While it’s tough to cool down during summer […]

Swaddling A Baby for Sleep

Times have changed on the baby care scene. Your parents or grandparents would be shocked to know that nowadays you are never supposed to lay your baby down to sleep on his or her stomach. No, now there is tummy time, which is strictly supervised and is done for short intervals. The workout routine starts […]

Rate your Level of Exhaustion: The Berlin Questionnaire and Epworth Sleepiness Scale

Our ability to measure and compare comes in handy every now and then. Sports fanatics will compare great quarterbacks throughout the history of the NFL like Johnny Unitas, Joe Montana, Dan Marino, Peyton Manning and Tom Brady. We weigh ourselves on a scale to compare our body mass with yesterday or last week. One of television’s […]

Exercise and Sleep: Get Enough Sleep to Perform at Your Best

People who exercise on a regular basis are usually aware of the benefits exercise has on your ability to quickly fall asleep and sleep soundly throughout the night. Whether it be the pleasant soreness from a recent workout that you feel as you crawl into bed or simply the sensation of knowing you will fall […]

Tips: How Do You Co Sleep With Your Baby?

Just as breastfeeding fell out of favor before making a big comeback, co sleeping is back on the rise. This return to our species’ roots makes sense for a lot of families and will make sleep much more enjoyable. However there are some situations where you absolutely should not co sleep with your child. First off, […]

SoClean 2: The latest, greatest, easiest way to clean your CPAP

We’ve written the long, drawn out articles on how you go about cleaning your CPAP machine. They were about as much fun to write as…well…cleaning your CPAP machine. The thing is keeping your CPAP clean is vitally important; a dirty machine quickly becomes a breeding ground for mold, fungus, and bacteria. Add in a humidifier […]

Sinuses and Sleep: Stop Your Sinuses from Interrupting Your Sleep

In most areas the weather has gone from cold to nice and warm, sometimes within the span of a few hours and back again. With spring finally making an appearance lots of trees and plants are in full bloom, which can wreak havoc with your sinuses. If you’ve experienced sinus problems you know how badly […]

Can Sound Machines Damage Your Baby’s Hearing?

A study that was published in Pediatrics a few months back alarmed parents by suggesting that sound machines can damage their baby’s hearing. Sound machines, which create noises ranging from white noise to the sound of crashing waves and pretty much any calming sound imaginable, have proven to be a very successful sleep aid. Sound […]

Alternatives to CPAP for Sleep Apnea

CPAP is the gold standard for sleep apnea therapy. However consistently using CPAP therapy has always been difficult for a large number of people with sleep apnea. Some struggle with getting comfortable and struggle to sleep well, while others just want a form of therapy that isn’t as obtrusive as CPAP. In recent years many alternative […]

Sleep Tip: Using White Noise to Sleep

You may have heard that white noise is brilliant for helping people fall asleep and wondered why. It turns out that white noise is the lone radio station that plays 24/7 for our first nine months from conception until birth. How do we know this? You can hear it when an obstetrician checks a baby’s […]

Children and Sleep: How Often Should You Nap?

Eat. Burp. Poop. Sleep. Repeat. Such is the life of the newborn. As your child ages, so does his or her sleep patterns. These changes are also apparent with the diet and hopefully, potty training starts to come together. Children still need lots of sleep, and we’re not just talking about a good nights sleep; […]

Amping Up Your CPAP: Accessories For CPAP To Make It More Comfortable

Does this sound familiar? You have your CPAP or BiPAP machine because you know they are the key to you getting a good nights sleep. However you have trouble putting them to the best use possible because of discomfort. The cruel irony is that you still can’t sleep through the night even though when you […]

How to Help Your Child Deal with Nightmares

We have plenty of ideas on why nightmares occur, however there is no consensus on what causes them. With no real understanding of why they occur, we certainly don’t have the ability to prevent nightmares. They are simply one of those exerpiences children pass through before eventually disappearing without a trace. What we do know […]

Why Do We Snore?

Snoring is a common problem that affects approximately 90 million men and women of all age range and demographics. Snoring is an on and off occurrence with as many as 37 million people being snorers at any point in time.  Statistically, a snorer is most likely to be an overweight, adult male. Even with that […]

Prescription Drugs that Interfere With Sleep

It has recently been reported by the Mayo Clinic that nearly 70% of adults take prescription medication, with roughly half of them taking two or more prescription drugs. Those prescriptions are most commonly for antibiotics, antidepressants, and painkiller opioids. Painkillers, benzodiazepines, barbiturates and antidepressants are all commonly prescribed medications  that can  affect  sleep. Since prescription medication […]

A Step by Step Guide To Sleep Training Your Toddler

Sleep training may sound like an impossibility when you have a newborn who wakes to nurse more often than you thought humanly possible. Newborns who are breastfed typically eat 8-12 times per day so the idea of sleep training them is pure folly.  Newborns will actually sleep plenty, in many cases 95% of their time […]

Using Sleep to Prevent Wrinkles

On average, human beings spend about one-third of our lives sleeping. We do this for a very important reason: it helps us maintain a perfect balance of normal motor and cognitive functions. Anyone who has experienced sleep deprivation for a series of nights knows the tell-tale signs:  bags under the eyes and dull, wrinkled and […]

Sleep Apnea’s effect on Relationships

If your snoring is keeping you from having a normal bedtime relationship with your bed partner, the impact is not only risky for your health, but for your romantic relationship itself. The health risks of untreated Sleep Apnea are well known but, what is sometimes forgotten is that the sleep health of the bed partner […]

Need a new option for your Nasal Pillows? Check out some new options!

Love your Nasal Pillows but, ready for a change in say, brand or other options? Checking out your options is  the first step in deciding whether to stay with your current mask or, switching things up. We will review a few options in night-time nasal wear for your reading pleasure! Nasal Pillows wearers are pretty […]

CPAP Machine Reviews: 2014

CPAP machines vary by size, brand, look and options. Whether your physician has ordered a specific type of machine  or, has left the option up to you, it is a good idea to familiarize yourself with your choices. This is a short review for a few machines and their features. You can download our free CPAP […]

Focus on Sleep Without the Sheep: Dealing with Adjustment Insomnia

You may not be familiar with the term adjustment insomnia but there’s a good chance you have experienced it at some point. This type of insomnia can be induced by psychological, psycho-social, interpersonal, environmental, or physical stress as well as states of excitement and nervousness. Examples are things like stressing out about a big quantum […]

The Financial Cost of Ignoring Sleep Apnea

The Financial Cost of Ignoring Sleep Apnea The physical toll of untreated sleep apnea gets plenty of attention, however there is also a financial burden to obstructive sleep apnea. Of course the detrimental impact of untreated OSA on your health is the main focus as it should be. With healthcare coverage and costs making headlines it’s […]

Sleep and Acne: Can Sleep Improve Your Complexion?

Sleep and Acne: Sleep’s Impact On Our Largest Organ What most people don’t realize is that the skin is the human body’s largest organ, covering approximately 3,000 square inches of space. The outermost layer of the skin, the epidermis, is most vulnerable to external exposure to temperature, sunlight, hazards, etc. Underneath your skin are a […]

Night Terrors in Children

Night terrors in children are actually quite common, with up to 45% of children experiencing an episode at some time. They are most common, though, in those aged between 3 to 7 years old and can occur from a few times a week, to once or twice a month. So what happens when your child […]

Choosing the Best Sleep Mask

WHICH SLEEP MASK IS THE RIGHT ONE FOR YOU? Sleep masks are designed in a wide range of designs to shield your eyes from unwanted light, ensuring you will be able to set a perfectly dark environment for you to get some shut eye. Beyond that they are each designed to address a particular need.Whether […]

The Great Weight of Sleep Apnea and Obesity

What’s weight got to do with Sleep Apnea? A great deal: as it turns out, a high percentage of Sleep Apnea sufferers also are obese. On their own, sleep apnea and obesity are both serious health conditions plaguing people today. Neither is immune to age, race, ethnicity or gender. And both are linked to many […]

Using Caffeine to Focus after a Short Bout of Sleep Deprivation

For anyone who has stayed up the previous night or pulled an all-nighter, they know that a drawback – in terms of sleep deprivation consequences such as memory and cognitive impairment – must be paid the next day. How Stuff Works put together a list of 10 sure signs you are sleep deprived and many […]

What You Didn’t Expect When You Were Expecting: Heavy Snoring While Pregnant

My wife and I am expecting our first baby in late June. There have been several amazing moments thus far along the path to adding to our family, from first finding out we were expecting, making that first trip to the doctors when you hear the heartbeat and see the blurry ultrasound images in the […]

1 Simple Tip for Sleep Training a Toddler

City of Sleep Mailbag: How to Sleep Train a Toddler? I’m in a bind – wondering if you can help me out?  I live in a small 2 bedroom apartment, and have 3 kids now sleeping in the same room (ages 5, 3 and 7 months).  They all, THANK G-D, sleep through the night…well minus […]

Getting Started With CPAP

So you just found out you need CPAP; now what? For most people, getting started with CPAP for the first time can cause all kinds of unpleasant emotions. That’s why educating yourself so you have a thorough understanding of what CPAP does and how it works is so important. Today we are going to focus […]

5 Ways to Promote Good Sleep Hygiene

What Does Good  Sleep Hygiene Mean? Sleep hygiene refers to regular habits and practices that are beneficial to maintaining a regular sleep and wake schedule for quality sleep. It is important to practice good sleep hygiene starting from childhood to adulthood because it promotes a normal sleep cycle that leads to daytime alertness. In addition […]

Atrial Fibrillation and Obstructive Sleep Apnea: a dangerous relationship

If you have Atrial Fibrillation, you may need a sleep study. The fact is, Atrial Fibrillation and Obstructive Sleep Apnea, are grave enemies. Recent studies and research are making the connection between these two common conditions. With all the changes in healthcare today, it is more important than ever to be educated and informed with […]

Sleep Deprivation Symptoms: Decreased Performance and Alertness

Sleep Deprivation: Decreased Performance and Alertness Sleep deprivation is a chronic or acute condition in which you are getting less than the average amount of sleep for your age group. Studies have shown that sleep deprivation also decreases brain activity and function, primarily in the thalamus, a subcortical area of the brain responsible for alertness […]

Getting Your Baby to Sleep through the Night

Written by Batya the Baby Coach Are you having difficulty with getting your baby to sleep through the night? This is almost always due to some type of attachment or dependency on something or someone. Babies are smarter than we may think, and can form habits very quickly and easily. By complying with their requests once […]

Newborn Sleep Patterns: 7 Tips for Great Sleep

Written by Batya the Baby Coach The most important thing with newborns is establishing healthy rhythms from the beginning. This is particularly true when it comes to newborn sleep patterns. When you have a foundation set in place with their sleep, then you can build upon it with healthy patterns to ensure successful sleeping as […]

Sleep Deprivation in Infants

Written by Batya, the Baby Coach Sleep…it’s something that we all need. It is crucial for parents, babies, toddlers and well, everyone! Unfortunately many of us don’t get enough of it – our babies included. We all need sufficient amounts of sleep in order to function properly, and it is particularly important in the development […]

Sex and Sleep Problems: Why Aren’t You in the Mood?

Written by Ariela Solomon-Naparstek By now, most of us are aware that sleep rules our lives. Our mood, energy level, memory, intelligence and weight are all affected by our sleep habits. But one area many people seem to forget about the sleep connection is when it comes to SEX. Sex, just like sleeping and eating, […]

Manual Labor and Sleep: Extremes in Sleep and Health

Written by Armara Luong Does your job require you to be on your feet all day? Do you feel so restless throughout the day, but wonder why you still cannot sleep at night? Well, studies have recently shown that a job that requires more physical labor than an average job links to receiving six hours or less […]

Exercise and Sleep Deprivation: Getting the Most from your Fitness Routine

With all the gyms, personal trainers, supplements, diets, marathons, etc., I think it is safe to say we are a fitness-oriented society. In this country, we have an obsession with how we look and feel yet many of us are somewhat frustrated with our results. We can’t seem to get to the level of fitness we would […]

“Pillow Talk” at the Intercontinental Hotel

Providing a good nights rest is a must if you are in the hotel business. That is what we learned while vacationing at the Intercontinental Hotel in Prague. In order to ensure repeat business and loyalty in the fiercely competitive hotel industry, some hotels are offering pillow menus to their guests. Yes you read it […]

Sleep Deprivation in College Students

If you’re in college, especially the first year, chances are you’re getting way less than the recommended amount of sleep for a person your age. Whether you’re out all night partying, chilling, or studying for finals, there are plenty of reasons for co-eds to skip on sleep. An average college student gets roughly 6 hours […]

Can Walking For Exercise Benefit Sleep For The Over 50’s?

Written by Steve L Thompson for ezinearticles Walking for exercise is considered to be the most positive and natural sleep aid for the over 50’s. This is so, particularly if taken at the right time of day. But before we go into details about why walking is so effective, we should first look at both […]

Snoring Causes and Effects

You close your eyes and dose off after a grueling day. Your body is in dire need of some rest, and without the additional requirement of counting hundreds of sheep, you’re off to dream land, and find yourself on your first blissful cloud. The peace on your cloud is disturbed by a distant rumbling thunder […]

Diagnosing the Cause of Insomnia

I remember as a kid and even sometimes to this day, I’d lay in bed for hours trying to fall asleep, but to no avail. I would often ask myself, “Why can’t I fall asleep? My throat is becoming dry just by counting sheep in my head!”. The thought of seeking out treatment or even […]

Bedwetting in Children: The Causes and Tips to Manage Accidents

Bedwetting in children is not uncommon, what is uncommon is for it to continue and happen nightly. When it occurs frequently, then the child need to be taken to a doctor in order to determine if there is an underlying medical problem. Things such as stress, urinary tract infections, a hormonal problem or diabetes can […]

Music and Sleep: How to Improve the Quality of Your Sleep

Every person needs to get an average of seven to eight hours of sleep every day. However, it can be difficult to get enough sleep, let alone 7-8 hours of quality sleep. Getting a good night sleep has always been a major struggle for most people due to insomnia, side effects of medications, long working […]

Sleep Comfort: Down Comforter for Winter

If you are like 60% of Americans then you find that sleep is something that is rapidly becoming harder and harder to get. From the mobile phones and electronic devices we keep in our bedrooms, to the temperature and lighting in the room, it seems like there are no shortage of reasons why our sleep […]

How Your Internal Body Clock Impacts Your Sleep

Some people seem to be energetic and alert during the day and fall asleep at normal, healthy bedtime hours, while others wake up close to noon and stay up until almost dawn. What causes these differences in sleeping pattern? Most people naturally experience different levels of sleepiness and alertness because sleep is regulated by sleep/wake […]

Why Do We Dream?

A dream is a sequence of thoughts, images, and feelings that a person experiences when he is sleeping. The scientific name for dream study is called oneirology, and dreams occur mainly in the rapid-eye movement (REM) phase of sleep. During REM, the deepest stage of the sleep cycle, the brain activity is high and seems […]

Sleep Apnea and Glaucoma

Sleep apnea, a sleeping disorder where a person stops breathing periodically during his sleep due to airway blockage, is known to increase your odds of developing diabetes, heart problems, depression, and tiredness. More than 18 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea, and males are statistically more likely to develop sleep apnea. Recent studies from Taipei […]

Narcolepsy Causes Symptoms and Treatment

Sleep is one of the most important necessities to keep our bodies healthy. Not getting enough sleep not only jeopardizes your health but also puts you in danger during the day. Narcolepsy is a type of sleeping disorder that affects the part of the brain that regulates sleep. Patients who suffer from narcolepsy may experience […]

Teens and Sleep

How Much Sleep do Teenagers Need? Sleep is just as important as eating right and exercising. It is the only time when our body can recuperate from a day’s worth of activities. Sleep is vital to your physical as well as mental health. When it comes to teens and sleep, most teenagers need around nine […]

Bedtime Snacks to Help You Sleep

We all know that eating a heavy, spicy meal before going to sleep can interrupt sleep. We also know to avoid alcohol, coffee, and sugary desserts – basically the best kind of cravings – before going to sleep. While it is important to not eat unhealthy food before going to sleep, being hungry when you […]

School Age Children Sleep Needs

How Much Sleep do 5-12 Year Olds Need? One of the most important and pressing issue when you have school age children is making sure they get proper amounts of sleep. This can prove tricky since there are only general guidelines and no set rules when it comes to school age children sleep needs. Your […]

Sleep Paralysis: A Battle Between the Brain and Body

Picture this. You wake up, powerless to lift a single muscle and unable to utter a word. The room is empty, but you can feel someone or something’s presence around you –possibly sitting on your chest, depriving you of air. This condition is known as sleep paralysis. What Is It? Over the many centuries, sleep […]

How Long is an Apnea?

Hold your breath for TEN seconds. 1…2…3…4…5…6…7…8…9…10. Okay you may breathe now! How do you feel? That wasn’t just a random test – that just one of the many episodes of disturbed airflow that a sleep apnea sufferer experiences throughout the night. How long is an apnea? Each one is ten seconds long. Sleep apnea […]

Baby Sleep Schedule: What You Need to Know

Baby Sleep Schedule: How Much Sleep do Toddler’s Need? Toddlers between the age of one and three usually sleep anywhere from 12 to 14 hours a day. As toddlers get older, they usually take one long afternoon nap that lasts anywhere from one and a half hours to three hours instead of morning naps. Even though […]

How to Avoid Jet Lag

I’ve always taken jet lag seriously. Really I have. As ex-pats from England living in Los Angeles, our house is always inundated with sun-deprived Brits and close (and not so close) family members and friends, gleefully calling and announcing their impending arrival. No problem, we say, come on over, we say, here’s where you sleep, […]

Using Sleeping Pills for Insomnia

Sleeping Pills and Insomnia Even though sleep is one of the most important necessities for humans, a large number of Americans have insomnia, sleeping disorders, or poor sleep. Sleeping pills are the most common solution people use when dealing with sleeping problems. Sleeping pills may solve your problems initially; however, most of them also come […]

Boosting Melatonin Production

Although not getting enough sleep for a night or two may not be a big deal, there is a close connection between a chronic lack of sleep and a whole host of health maladies. Human bodies are naturally predisposed to rest at night, when there is no light, and to awaken when the sun comes […]

Dialing in the best Sleeping Temperatures

With Labor Day being the official end of summer we are in an interesting time of the year when it comes to weather.  Each day can bring a wide range of weather, from hot days that remind us of summer to cooler nights that are a prelude to the cold, crisp weather that is on […]

Napping Your Way to Success

Napping is no longer associated as a practice for young children, the elderly or aimless slackers. Studies have shown that there are amazing benefits to a midday nap. It can improve your mood, memory, creativity, and your health. Many great leaders have attributed their success to the revitalizing effects of a nap. Some world famous […]

What are the 5 Stages of Sleep? Or are there only 4 Stages?

Everybody knows that sleep is necessary to maintain your health and restore your energy levels. Many of us have heard the term “sleep cycle” and “REM sleep” thrown around but do you wonder what they actually mean and how exactly they function? Today we are going to give you an overview of the 5-ish stages […]

What Causes Insomnia? Here are a Few Major Culprits

Sleep is a basic human necessity, and yet so many people struggle to get the sleep they need. It’s no wonder why so many people are searching for answers during their many waking hours! Insomnia affects one in ten people and can be caused by a variety of issues. Figuring out what causes insomnia and […]

Caffeine and Sleep: What You Need to Know

Caffeine has been the most readily available drug in the world – it can be found easily in coffee beans, tea leafs, and be used in drinks such as coffee, tea, cocoa, and soft drinks. It’s the secret sauce in Red Bull that is purported to give you wings. Although 250 milligrams of caffeine per […]

Pillow Talk: The Fibromyalgia Pillow

In the wee small hours of the morning, many fibromyalgia sufferers like me would give anything to drift off into the land of nod. Countless nights’ sleep have frustratingly evaded me, but I know I am not alone. Even when I do get to sleep, quality often does not come with quantity. That feeling of refreshment […]

Good In Bed: The Full Body Pillow

We all recognize the importance of sleep. There isn’t one part of your mind, body and soul that does not thrive on a good night’s rest. We become acutely aware of sleep’s importance when we we suffer the next day after a night spent tossing and turning. The truth is, sleep is most beneficial if […]

The Sleep and Diet Connection

You always feel sleepy at the start of your workday. To combat this you get a sugary caffeinated concoction and grab a doughnut for that quick shot of energy. This is your typical morning routine. The people at the local coffee shop know you by name and know your “usual” order. A morning routine like […]

How to Stop Bed Wetting

The Causes Behind Bed Wetting Bed wetting,or enuresis, is more common than most parents imagine.  You may be surprised to also learn that bed wetting is often inherited from one of the parents’ genetics. If you or your spouse was a bed wetter and you share this info with your child it can help them […]

I Can’t Sleep: What to Do and What Not to Do

Not getting a good night’s sleep?  You’re not alone.  The centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that about million American workers daily cry out, “I can’t sleep!”  Sleep deprivation is a serious health problem.  According to a study done by the University of Surrey, lack of sleep directly causes over 700 genes to alter […]

Sleep and Pregnancy: What to Expect

  Sleep and Pregnancy: What to Expect It is common knowledge that once your new baby arrives you are in for many sleepless nights. What you may not know, however, is that the sleepless nights may start months before your little one makes his or her debut. Although hardly fair, pregnancy poses multiple challenges to […]

Moisture Wicking Pajamas: Look Glamorous During Your Beauty Sleep

Movie stars do not wake up from on-screen “nightmares” with sweaty pajamas. Unlike real people who deal with night sweats, Hollywood will not show starlets in damp nightclothes, with flushed faces or hair stuck to their foreheads.  Out here in the real world though, is it possible to survive night sweats and stay ready for […]

Sleep Apnea and Diabetes

Nodding off at the wheel? Snoring? Extreme tiredness? High blood pressure? If these describe you, you may have sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a problem in of itself. But that is not all. Sleep apnea may worsen your body’s response to blood sugar, and may increase your chances of becoming diabetic . Treating sleep apnea […]

Sleep Deprivation Effects: Six Nasty Side-Effects

Lack of sleep can cause a whole host of physical and mental health problems.  As you are likely aware, the average adult needs to sleep at least seven hours per day. You are probably all too familiar with the fact that lack of sleep can make you sluggish, causes fatigue and can have a negative […]

Sleepwalking – What are we really doing during our sleep?

Most of us have either experienced sleepwalking directly or know of someone who has – usually finding out through an embarrassing story about a friend or family member or even seen it in the movies, such as Step Brothers. But why do these events happen during sleep and how can we prevent them? What is Sleepwalking? […]

Good Sleep Habits Aid Productivity at Work

The Importance of Good Sleep Habits The beneficial effects of good sleep habits should never be underestimated, not only in terms of our health and general well-being, but also our ability to perform well in the work environment. Whilst the amount of sleep required by individuals may vary, experts recommend between 7 and 8 hours […]

Drowsy Driving v. Drunk Driving: Is one as dangerous as the other?

Here’s the scenario: It’s Monday night. You’ve had a long day of work and you decide to go to dinner and a movie. By the time you get out of the movie, it’s 11:00 PM. You take the 91 Expressway to get home, as this is the fastest route. Realizing you are tired, you take a […]

Effective Remedies for Snoring

When I was young, my mother told me that I never snored, but that changed at some point to where I eventually snored whenever I wound up in bed. I sleep very well at night, and I’m not bothered by my snoring, until one day that my wife said she had enough.  She said that […]

The Four Benefits of Auto CPAP Over a Regular CPAP Machine

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between a regular CPAP machine and an Auto CPAP? If so we’ve put together four distinct benefits of an Auto CPAP machine that distinguish it from your standard CPAP machine. Benefit #1: Better Air Pressure The main difference is that the Auto CPAP machine automatically adjusts the […]

How to Prepare for a Sleep Study

What is a Sleep Study? Sleep studies have been around since the 1970s and are the gold standard when it comes to determining the underlying causes of your inability to get a good nights sleep. Many people have questions and some amount of uncertainty when they learn that they need to take a sleep study […]

Why Do We Yawn?

You know when a yawn’s imminent – your nostrils flare open and your mouth stretches wide. Your head points up, opening up the airway to allow the largest influx of air possible. Your hands often move up, which results in you raising your chest  in order to accommodate that huge gasp of air. Even though […]

Want Better Sleep? Exercise More.

Want a Better Night’s Sleep? Exercise More. It’s a myth that exercise keeps you awake. A recent study of 1,000 people revealed that the more active a person is, the better he or she sleeps. The results are staggering, considering that 83 percent of people who work out regularly also report sleeping well, compared to […]

Artful Sleeping: Songs to Wake Up To – Part 1

In this day and age, many people use their alarm clocks on their phones and program it to play a favorite song to wake them up. If you have never done this and would like to give it a try here is a quick overview of how you can set your iPhone to play any […]

BiPAP: Another form of CPAP Therapy

While basic CPAP machines are the most common treatment for sleep apnea, there are two other types of CPAP machines: one is an Auto CPAP machine and the other is the BiPAP  machine. Each type of CPAP machine has its own benefits that will work best based on your particular needs. Let’s take a closer […]

CPAP Accessories: Making CPAP as Comfortable as Possible

If you’ve read our CPAP Success Guide, you know that as many as 60% of CPAP patients cease their CPAP therapy. The main reason? Discomfort. CPAP is the gold standard for treating sleep apnea, so it’s worthwhile to take steps to make you as comfortable with CPAP therapy as possible in order to receive optimal […]

Cleaning Your CPAP Equipment

A big part of being able to continue your CPAP therapy is maintaining a clean CPAP unit. As you know, you are a blowing air through your mouth, throat and lungs for about a third of the day while you sleep. If your machine, tube or mask are not clean then you are opening yourself […]

Sleep 2013 Annual Meeting: What We Learned about Sleep

The SLEEP 2013 annual meeting in Baltimore, put on by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society, was truly a splendid event. This conference covered the best of the sleep medicine world: both the newest and most cutting edge progressions in sleep treatments and products, paired with hot off the press research […]

Snoring and Sleep Apnea: A Love Story

Do you or a loved one snore?  It is a sleep disorder nobody finds pleasant, particularly the non-snoring partner.  But what is snoring and why does it occur?  Vibrations in the passages of the nose and throat that make sound waves of air particles result in snoring. Snoring and Sleep Apnea: A Love Story When […]

Conquering Insomnia: Top Tips to Fall Asleep

Are you suffering from insomnia? Here are some suggestions to help you ease into a good night’s sleep Top tips to fall asleep Don’t do heavy exercise within two hours of bed time. Light exercise is perfectly fine though. Don’t drink any caffeine at least a few hours before bed. Some may need to cease caffeine […]

Understanding Insomnia, it’s Negative Impacts and Natural Sleep Remedies

With a 24×7 society, sleep has become a valuable necessity. It not only increases energy levels, but helps the body heal naturally from the wear and tear of the day before and saves you the daily grinding experiences. Insomnia is described as a condition that prevents people from getting the required amount of sleep regularly, […]

CPAP Help: Staying the Course

If you are a  person who suffers from loss of sleep for more than the occasional night of tossing and turning, then you are probably looking for solutions to your problem. It is never fun to get up in the morning after a night of un-refreshing sleep and have to face a day full of […]

Snoring: Combating the not so Silent Intruder

Snoring – if it doesn’t disturb you while you sleep, it certainly disturbs your partner.  The turbulent sound, caused by vibrating airflow passing through your nasal and throat tissues, has likely interrupted your sleep and the sleep of those around you. It can cause your sleep to be restless, leading to drowsiness during the day. […]

Grunting Baby While Sleeping: Is This a Problem?

It is the normal tendency of the parents to watch their baby closely when sleeping. Thus when watching their kids closely, you may find that your baby may grunt when sleeping, rub her cheeks with hands or turn her/his head both sides. This may be normal like how grown up people make sounds when they […]

Artful Sleeping: Movies About Dreaming

Movies try to recreate the experiences we have in life. No life experience would be complete without the unique experience of life in a dream. The dream world takes on many shapes, sensations and emotions. Last night I dreamt my wife and I took care of a pet made out of mozzarella, with a face […]

5 Home Remedies for Fibromyalgia

It’s estimated that 5 million people in the U.S. suffer from fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia is characterized by pain and stiffness in the muscles. The constant aches, particularly when pressure is applied to the afflicted area, can make it very difficult to sleep. Combine that with fatigue that is another side effect of fibromyalgia and it is […]

Getting started with CPAP therapy

After reading about getting started with CPAP therapy at my doctor’s office, I decided to try one upon her recommendation. I had only heard of them until then, so it was foreign to me. I didn’t know what to expect, but I had high hopes that I would find the relief from insomnia and Sleep […]

Tips for Dealing with Bedwetting

Well, it’s 6am again, and your child has woken you up to inform you that, yet again, they have wet the bed. A deep sigh and a roll out of bed brings you to changing their sheets, again, and running the laundry, again. As you hunch over your cup of coffee, you wonder what you’re […]

Sleeping for the Masses: Do you Really Need Eight Hours of Sleep?

Everyone knows sleep is important but not necessarily why – we’ve had it drilled into us since childhood about ‘8 hours’ but have you ever stopped to think why this is the magic number? And do you really need eight hours of sleep? 8 hours is actually an approximate figure for the best number of […]

Treating Insomnia with Aromatherapy

Insomnia refers to a situation where a tired person is still not able to sleep after hours of trying. There are many causes of insomnia but one key factor is that the body is not able to relax. It might be that the person is worried about something and that keeps disturbing him. If you […]

Driving While Sleepy: Tips to Help you Stay Awake

Tips for Staying Awake on a Long Drive It can be very difficult to stay awake when making a long journey by car. The hum of the road acts like a lullaby, the passing scenery can become hypnotic and before the driver knows it their eyelids are drooping. Of course, this can quickly become a […]

A Good Night’s Sleep? There’s a Sleep App for that

Getting a good night’s sleep is essential to your health and your mood. How many people can actually say they get the recommended eight hours? Constant distractions in the home and late night exposure to TV, smartphones and computers keep your mind buzzing even after you’ve hit the sheets. The good news is your smartphone […]

Sleeplessness in Song: Songs about Insomnia

Note: Josh Tal is the blogger behind City of Sleep’s Artful Sleeping Blog. Here is his first of many blogs on artists who create art based on sleep – or sleeplessness. Sleep is a common interest amidst popular culture, as people will spend around 1/3rd of their lives sleeping – or trying to. Countless movies, […]

Narcolepsy Symptoms and Treatment

Sleep is our way to feel relaxed and energized. However, not all of us are lucky to get a good night’s sleep so easily. One of the most common sleep disorders today is Narcolepsy. Narcolepsy has affected over 250,000 Americans. This article covers the symptoms of narcolepsy and a few different treatment methods. Narcolepsy is […]

The Do’s and Don’ts of Napping: Sleep Tips for Healthy Adults

Are you looking for a good way to relax? Are you suffering from sleep disorders like insomnia? If you answer yes to any of the questions above, then you should consider taking a nap. Yes, napping is not just for children and it is a good way of gaining more energy, however, keep in mind […]

Researchers Find Cause and Treatment for Excessive Sleepiness

People who can’t sleep well at night inevitably find themselves struggling to get through the day with adverse side effects weighing them down. While disorders such as insomnia can prevent the victim from feeling rejuvenated the next day, an ailment which affects individuals in the opposite manner, hypersomnia, generates more or less the same unwanted […]

Get Help from Natural Sleep Remedies That Really Work

For someone who is suffering from insomnia and other sleep problems, trying out different remedies may be something that is no longer new. Perhaps, you also tried using natural dietary supplements to get rid of your sleep disorders. It is understandable that you want to check out all possible ways just so you can induce […]

Sleep Disorder: Restless Leg Syndrome

One of the most common sleep disorders is Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS). While the perception is that RLS afflicts only older people, the symptoms can come on at any age. Restless Leg Syndrome is associated with conditions like pregnancy as well as insomnia, anemia and diabetes. Often RLS will manifest at a mild level and slowly […]

Sleep Disorder under the Spotlight: Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a state where your breathing is interrupted while sleeping. A state considered as a sleep disorder and is related to the following changes: Formation of fats in your body over the course of time Muscle tone loss due to aging Malfunctioning of neurons (responsible for breathing control) while you are sleeping These […]

Sleep Disorders: Causes, Symptoms and Effects

Nowadays, having sleep disorders has become a norm for many people. As they cope with the fast-paced world, they tend to neglect the importance of having the right amount of sleep every day. Sleeping habits are changed. Adult’s sleep are affected, so does children’s sleep. Causes of Sleep Problems Lack of sleep is one of […]

Rapid Eye Movement Sleep Behavioral Disorder

Sigmund Freud once believed that dreaming was a “safety valve” for unconscious desires. Scientists couldn’t explain how or why we dream until 1953 when researchers described rapid eye movement sleep or REM sleep among infants. It was only during this time that scientists carefully studied the relationship between sleeping and dreaming. It was then found […]

The Effect of Nerve Cells During Sleep On Anxiety Disorders

According to the findings of Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) in their new research, a group of nerve cells that are stimulated during a rapid eye movement (REM) sleep affects the processing of emotional memory of a person. This research aims to be useful to the development of behavioral therapies effective to treat various […]

Tips in Overcoming Sleep Disorders

After a long hard day’s work, getting a nice sleep is the way to renew both your body and mind. Sleep should be relaxing. However, everybody encounters some trouble in getting sleep from time to time. Even if you experience trouble, getting sleep is easier than you imagine. There are sleep aids to help you […]

Natural Sleep Aids for your Sleep Problems

Insomnia, a sleep disorder characterized by the inability of a person to fall asleep or to stay asleep as desired that can be a symptom of another condition. This sleep problem includes conditions like depression, diabetes, heart disease, hot flashes, lung disease, and Sleep Apnea. With all these, it is very important to seek medical advice and […]

Teenage Insomnia May Prompt Adulthood Illnesses

Teenagers who suffer from teenage insomnia and can’t sleep regular hours could be prone to developing serious heart problems later in adulthood, according to a study by doctors in Canada. The research, which covered more than 4,000 children, showed that one out five children were sleep-deprived. Dr. Preetam Bandla, a pediatric sleep specialist with the […]

Sleep Apnea in Children Can Lead to Illness or Poor Health

Snoring is something that people don’t take too seriously even if it’s occurring in children.  But unfortunately what a lot of people don’t know is that snoring is a symptom of a deeper health issue.  They may look cute in children but it’s no laughing matter. Snoring in children can be a sign of sleep […]

Arrest Sleep Stealers

There has been an increasing awareness among those who can’t sleep on the adverse effects of having less rest and the health value of having regular quality sleep. Nonetheless, it appears that many still remain indifferent on taking the steps to have the right amount of sleep. Based on a recent survey of 1,000 respondents, […]

Sleep-Disruptive Gizmos

There appears to be sound logic to the advice of keeping the bedroom dark as one of the sleep aids for the insomniacs. A study conducted by biologists at the Johns Hopkins University found out that the quality of sleep suffers for those who regularly expose themselves to sources of light, including standard lamps, iPads, […]

Dealing with Dark Eye Circles

Eye bags and dark rings below the eyes are unwanted trademarks of people who can’t sleep. However, according to a dermatologist from Paradise Valley, Arizona, Dr. Susan Van Dyke, these unsightly conditions can be brought about by other factors aside from insomnia. Discovering what their real cause is will largely dictate how the problems can […]

Sleep and Weight Loss: Sleep, Shed Belly Fat, Sleep Better

Insomnia and obesity are interrelated, according to many medical researches. The latest research finding about this connection was presented by researchers from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine at a American Heart Association Scientific Session held in Los Angeles in November 2012. Sleep and Weight Loss Essentially, this new study showed that losing weight, whether […]

Kids Exposed to Violence Prone to Sleep Problems

A new study showed that children exposed to violence, either as a witness or a victim, can suffer long-term sleep disorders. Further, it demonstrated that the adverse impact on the kids’ sleep becomes greater the more severe the violence that was experienced. The research involved forty-six children aged from eight to sixteen in Cleveland, Ohio, […]

Smart Tips to Have Good Sleep

The pattern of the circadian rhythm is managed through the hypothalamus. This is the part of our brain which processes information, such as when our eyes detect light, and creates our sleep patterns. The signal for us to go to sleep emanates from our sleep–wake cycle processed in the brain. Hence, a slight adjustment in […]

Prescription Drugs for Insomnia

There are many common remedies for insomnia some of which are as simple as having a warm bath, drinking chamomile tea, or reading a book. There are over-the-counter sleeping pills too. When these sleep aids don’t help, it may be time to ask the family doctor for a prescription medicine to provide a short-term insomnia […]

Insomnia Can Bring Higher Stroke/Heart Attack Risk

Those with insomnia may have twice the chance of suffering from a stroke or a heart attack compared to those with better quality of sleep, a research in Taiwan suggests. What this study showed is but one of the many findings that sleep disorder is correlated with several ailments. Previous scientific investigations have shown that […]

Tips For Getting a Good Night’s Rest

It’s a little funny how lots of people like bragging about how long they can go on without any rest. Continuous restlessness at night is one of those indicators that the sufferer needs to enroll himself in an insomnia help program, or avail the services of a doctor who specializes in insomnia treatment. People need […]

The Dangers of Commercial Infant Sleep Positioners

Sleep aids are specially crafted to help manage sleeping disorders children and adults suffer from. However, although some of these products are available through commercial purchase, devices such as the infant sleep positioner should only be used under direct orders from a licensed pediatrician. “Using an infant sleep positioner would be at the discretion of […]

Studies Show No Harm in Allowing Babies to Cry Themselves to Sleep

Some parents refrain from using behavioral techniques for getting infants to sleep in fear of the development of children’s sleep disorders. One such method involves allowing babies to cry themselves to sleep. As controversial as this technique may seem at first – especially after considering the speculated sleep disorders tied to this method in the […]

Behavioral Issues and Sleep Disorders in Children

Sleep disorders in children include nightmares, snoring, and sleep apnea. Researchers indicated that parents and doctors need to take sleep disturbances seriously since they can result to behavioral and medical problems later on. The Delta Sleep Lab indicated that more than 2 million kids experience sleep problems and about 30 to 40% of them do […]

Link between Insomnia and Sleep Apnea in a New Study

The SLEEP journal will be publishing a new study in its December 2012 issue, which suggests that the night time awakenings experienced by patients with chronic insomnia symptoms might be due to breathing problems when sleeping. The study was conducted on 20 patients by the Sleep & Human Health Institute or SHHI in Albuquerque New […]

Sleep and Weight Loss: Good Sleep Fosters Ideal Weight

A recent research conducted by the St. Luke’s–Roosevelt Hospital Center and Columbia University in New York suggests that having adequate sleep may contribute to the reduction of food intake and help battle obesity. Its findings show a strong correlation between sleep and weight loss, and suggests that seeking insomnia treatment can have a positive impact on […]

Airplanes and Insomnia

While the reasons for insomnia number by the many, they all lead victims to the same problem: the inability to get a good night’s rest. Out of the numerous sleep disorders people can develop, this one in particular is arguably the most physically and mentally tiresome ones. Individuals who don’t suffer from this detrimental ailment […]

Sleep Disorders Can Lead to Billion-Dollar Losses in Healthcare

Sleep apnea and insomnia are turning a large number of the population into major consumers of health services. These sleeping disorders can lead to less productivity at work or even result to serious accidents in some cases. If you are unable to sleep during night time then you are definitely not alone. About 10% of […]

Sleep and Pain Relief: The Benefits of an Extra hour of Shut Eye

Researchers say that getting an extra hour of sleep can reduce a person’s sensitivity to pain. The research suggests that sleeping for ten hours is more effective at alleviating pain than taking codeine. As we all know 10 hours of sleep isn’t habit forming because it seldomly happens. Let’s take a look at this study […]

Over The Counter Sleeping Pills Associated With Pneumonia

In Britain, recent study shows that sleeping pills such as temazepam and diazepam are associated with developing lung infection.  The study reveals that continued studies should be done to prove their safety.  It was also found that patients who were taking the said drugs are more likely to die from pneumonia should they be afflicted […]

Rise in Unwanted Behaviors during Sleep Noted

Sleep clinics are reporting an increase in odd sleep disorders that were erstwhile unknown and uncommon like the widespread insomnia among populations. These new types of sleep behaviors are often related to the pervasive impact that technology now has on people’s lives, sleep experts say. An increasing number of people report to their doctors that […]

Sleep Apnea in Women Causes Worse Brain Damage

A study conducted by the School of Nursing at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), concluded that the degree of brain damage in women who suffer from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), as a whole, are higher than in men who have the same sleep disorder. This study is the first of its kind, and […]

Share a Bed to Sleep Better (But No Touching!!!)

A website from Japan is offering a unique service to women who can’t fall asleep when alone. For $364 women can hire men from the site to share a bed to sleep better. This idea was derived from a TV series where a divorced woman experienced trouble sleeping all by herself. To the ladies, the […]

Home Sleep Test Device Help diagnose Sleep Disorder locally

Sleep apnea is a sleeping condition described as having irregular pauses in breathing.  Although this type of sleep disorder is commonly diagnosed in adults, children are not immune to this type of sleeping problem.  Children with sleep apnea experience low breathing while their asleep.  The pauses of breathing can vary from person to another depending […]

Food as Sleep Aid

Certain food items when included as a part of the regular diet of a person suffering for a sleep disorder can help solve the sleeping problem. This approach can serve as a natural solution to get rid of sleeplessness. And as additional good news, there are a lot of food items which can contribute in […]

Sleep Deprivation and Its Effects on Health

WebMD indicated that sleep deprivation has become a growing problem. A number of Americans reported getting an average of six hours or less sleeping time each night. The number of individuals getting the ideal eight hours sleeping time each night has also decreased. With sleep deprivation, the body loses energy. It can also lead to […]

Men Choose Sex to Help with Insomnia

Individuals who belong to the late middle age group and older are experiencing trouble in sleeping and are seeking help to address the disorder. This is according to the recent survey conducted by the Health Insurance Review & Assessment Service. In the survey, the people being provided with insomnia help and treatment such as sleep […]

Telltale Signs That You Are Lacking in Sleep

Common signs that you lack sleep are when you have dark rings underneath your eyes, you are low on energy, you keep yawning all day, and you hear your pillow calling your name. You may even have bumped up on your caffeine intake and yet you still feel that your body is not at its […]

Sleep Problems Under the Spotlight

According to the Norwegian researchers, sleep problems have become an economic nightmare, accounting for the 253 million sick leave days in the United States alone. Sleep apnea and insomnia are being associated to presenteeism or loss of work productivity and absenteeism and may also lead to accidents. According to the researchers, about 10% of the […]

Things To Do When You Can’t Sleep

Sleeping is very important for our body because it revitalizes our system.  A good and solid 7-8 hours of sleep is recommended in order to keep a healthy lifestyle.  Not having enough sleep on the other hand due to sleeping disorders can drain you of energy, lose concentration, gain weight, dampen your mood, or even […]

Sleep Issues and How to Treat Them

A majority of people have experienced difficulty sleeping at some time. However, for individuals who can’t sleep or with regular occurrence of sleep problems, seeking help from the experts is the solution. Poor quality of sleep can negatively affect a person’s health, energy, and emotional balance. Inadequate sleep is linked to several conditions and chronic […]

Sleep Apnea in Children Can Lead to Illness or Poor Health

Snoring is something that people don’t take too seriously even if it’s occurring in children.  But unfortunately what a lot people don’t know is that snoring is a symptom of a deeper health issue.  They may look cute in children but it’s no laughing matter. Snoring in children can be a sign of sleep apnea.  […]

Six Foods that Keep You Awake at Night

Sleep disorders have become a serious problem these days.  Even if you follow the common advice for improving your sleep, you might be eating foods that keep you awake at night.  In the U.S., 10% of the population is suffering from insomnia and it has become a big threat to the public’s health. The Foods […]

Sleeping with Your Pets Can Lead to Sleep Problems

Many pet lovers will be upset with this but the truth is sleeping with your pets can cause health problems like a sleeping disorder. Everybody agrees to the numerous benefits that pets provide to improve a person’s psychological and physical health.  Pets can help you exercise, stay positive, and reduce stress.  Pets improve numerous aspects […]

Study Shows Strong Relationship of Insomnia to Stroke and Heart Attack

A lot of people suffer from sleeping disorders, especially Americans.  About 70 million of the American population is experiencing sleeping difficulties.  What these people may not know is that this gives them a higher risk of stroke or heart attack. In Taiwan, a research conducted on people with sleeping difficulties show that during the four-year […]

Various Tips to Sleep Better

Getting a good night sleep is dependent on your daily routine.  Your sleeping time, bedtime habits, as well as daily lifestyle choices affect your quality of sleep.  The following tips can help you achieve a restful sleep for you to become mentally sharp, emotionally balanced, energized, and more productive throughout the day. How to get […]

Health Factors that Cause Sleeping Disorders

Sometimes people take their sleeping problems lightly but what they don’t know is that it could be a symptom of other health problems that could later on become a bigger problem if left untreated.  Sleeping disorders are connected to certain health issues.  Here are the common culprits when you can’t sleep. Depression – Insomnia and […]

Sleep Better By Resetting Your Internal Sleep Clock

As we grow older we struggle to get a good night’s sleep. One possible explanation for this is changes to our internal sleep clock. As we age, most of us are all too familiar with sleeping-related issues, like suffering from insomnia and other sleeping disorders. According to Rochelle Zozula, PhD, a coordinator at Capital Health’s Center […]

10 Most Common Health Conditions That Cause Insomnia

You might not be aware of it but frequent insomnia or difficulty sleeping or staying awake at night has been linked to health conditions that your body could be suffering from. Dr. James Wellman, the medical director of the Sleep Disorders Center of Georgia in Augusta, points out that certain health conditions and disorders can […]

Spanish Study: Evidence Suggest No Link Between OSA and Heart Disease

According to Dr. Miguel Angel Martinez-Garcia of La Fe University and Polytechnic Hospital in Valencia, Spain, their study shows that there is unclear evidence to support the association of OSA and cardiovascular mortality in the elderly. However, he did state that among younger patients the link between OSA and cardiovascular mortality was solidly proven. Dr. […]

Practical Ideas for Children’s Sleeping Disorders

There‘s much value to regularly keeping a good night’s sleep, particularly for kids.  Sleep is one of the pillars supporting the growth of children.  As important as nutrition, sleep is one of the foundations for a child’s development into adolescence and, eventually, to adulthood. Every responsible parent or guardian, therefore, has to ensure that their […]

Sleeping Disorders and the Solution You Need

Sleeping disorders are perhaps one of the most misunderstood health issues. For instance, it is a common misconception that the conventional sleeping pill is an all-embracing solution for sleeplessness. This lack of awareness is unfortunate as there are many simple treatments available, wherein medication or sleep aids, may not even be needed. Having access to […]

Knowing the Risks of Sleep Disorders in Children

Insomnia and other sleep disorders in children are conditions that shouldn’t be taken for granted among children, including teenagers. Experts estimate that up to 20 percent of the 50 million to 70 million Americans which have sleeping problems are kids. Moreover, this health issue does not only involve sleeplessness. There are also sleep-related issues that […]

Equality of the Sexes With Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) knows no gender, contrary to the common belief that this sleeping problem is predominantly an issue among the male population. In fact, a Swedish research indicated that OSA occurrence among women may be more frequently than previously thought. But first, let’s take a look at the signs of this malady, which […]

Caffeine and Nicotine Effects on Sleep

An estimated 50 million to 70 million Americans, government studies indicate, are chronically deprived of sleep. There are many reasons why this situation happens. Some can’t sleep because of too much worrying about work or home responsibilities. Others watch too much soap operas or reality shows on TV. Still, there are those who become addicted […]

Do You Often Sleep Late Until Late Morning Near Noon? You Might Be Suffering from a Sleep Disorder

Some people often find it hard to wake up in the morning when most people are already up. They sleep until later in the morning right before noon. If this happens every time to you, you could be suffering from a sleep disorder known as the Delayed Sleep Phase Disorder or DSPD. Many people have […]

French Study Proves the Link of the Use of Sleep & Anxiety Drugs to Dementia

Medications are often being used by many people as sleep aids for their insomnia or anxiety problems, particularly by the older ones who are often the most vulnerable to them.  However, a recent study revealed the connection of the use of anxiety and sleep drugs among adults above 65 years old to the development of […]

Lack of Sleep Amounts to 30% of Employee Productivity Loss in America According to Recent Study

A recent study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention showed that lack of sleep is a highly common problem in America today. It’s more serious than we give it credit for. In fact, about one third of the population is only getting about 6 or less hours of sleep each night which […]

The Symptoms and Effects of Sleep Disorders in Children

Most children do not find it difficult to get good quality sleep each night. It’s just plainly easy for them to doze off perhaps because they are not burdened by all the worries of the world. However, not all children experience uninterrupted sleep each night. There are those who suffer from a sleep disorder like […]

Untreated Obstructive Sleep Apnea Can Lead to Cardio Risk in Elders

According to research published on Sept. 13 in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, undiagnosed and subsequently untreated severe Obstructive Sleep Apnea (also called Obstructive Sleep Apnoea) is directly related to a heightened risk of cardiovascular death, and appropriate treatment with Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) would contribute significantly in reducing this […]

Sleep Apnea on the Rise in China

China’s economic boost results to western type of diet consisting of high-fat foods, causing increased obesity and rise in sleep disorder cases such as sleep apnea. From famine, China has shifted to gluttony in just two generations according to Paul French, the author of the “Fat China” book and an expatriate residing in China. Fast […]

A Study on the Link between Sleep Disorders and Alzheimer’s Disease

Researchers indicate that if the studies being conducted on mice can be applied to humans then there is a possibility that sleeping problems such as insomnia and its related insomnia symptoms may be considered an early marker of the Alzheimer’s disease. The brain’s protein clumps called plaques are thought to be one contributing factor to […]

Stop Snoring Using Dental Appliances for Snoring

In the US, 40 million people suffer from long-term & chronic sleep disorders every year.  According to a study conducted by American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM) an estimated 24 percent of women and 40 percent of men suffer from a condition called habitual snoring. Habitual snoring is not to be dealt with lightly.  This health […]

Sleep or Ipad? The iPad and Sleep Problems

Do you always have a hard time letting go of your Ipad even when you’re about to sleep?  Do you still find time to use your Ipad even if you’re already tired and in need of sleep?  A result from a recent study showed a link between the Ipad and sleep problems. The results are […]

Smoking and Insomnia: Increase Risk of Insomnia among Smokers

Studies on a Possible Link between Smoking and Insomnia A recent German study involving more than 2,000 people revealed that compared to the non-smokers, people who smoke experience insufficient sleeping time and rarely have peaceful sleep. The study, which was published in the Addiction Biology Journal showed that of the 1,1000+ smoker participants, 17% of […]

CPAP Makers in China Market

According to Li Xin, he never thought that his bulging stomach was anything more than having a prosperous life and a hearty appetite. However nowadays at 47, Xin feels worried that the regular routine of dining with colleagues on fried rice, beer, and greasy ribs has become more of a problem. Xin’s dentist mother has […]

City of Sleep Now Better Positioned to Serve Sleep Disorders

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Congestive heart failure and similar such conditions that affect breathing while asleep have put millions of lives in chaos. For many, the Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) equipment is a boon that ensures not just good sleep but also that they stay alive. City of Sleep […]

Sweet Dreams, Courtesy of CPAP Machine

A dear friend of mine has kept me breathing for over fifteen years now. My friend is called a Continuous positive airway pressure machine (CPAP Machine). She’s my greatest support in my condition, that doctors called sleep apnea (also called sleep apnoea). A doctor while trying to explain this condition to me told me that […]

Risk of Cardiovascular Mortality in Elders Higher with Untreated OSA

A new study goes on to claim that, untreated severe obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is strongly linked to an increased risk of cardiovascular mortality especially in elders. The research goes on to conclude that continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) ameliorates, to a very large degree, the risk of cancer. Lead author of the study from […]

Repeated Research Indicates Untreated Sleep Apnea Can Lead to Cancer

There is a link between Severe Sleep Apnea, a sleep disorder, and cancer: A new research has found. This research follows two earlier studies that further strengthen the same conclusion present to the ERS Congress. In the first study, a sample size of over 5,600 patients from Spain was investigated. The degree of sleep apnea […]

Blind People More Prone To Suffer From Light-related Sleep Disorders

We all know how insomnia symptoms are present in a wide array of adults’ and childrens sleep disorders. They can be very taxing on the mind plus body, and often are confused with other slumber-related ailments, therefore preventing the victims from getting adequate treatment. Back in 2005, Melanie Bronson (who was blind since birth) was […]

How Many Hours of Sleep Do You Need To Be Productive?

How many hours of sleep do you need? Traditionally, eight hours is the answer but some people can’t sleep that much because they suffer from insomnia. Daniel Kripke, one of the most acclaimed sleep researchers, says the 8 hour minimum rule is not backed-up by evidence. Kripke found in his study that people, who sleep […]

CPAP Benefits for Mild OSA Patients

Sufferers of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) now have a way of treating their sleep disorder by the use of continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) treatment. US researchers  have now began to recommend that this therapy be extended to patients with milder OSA. Their studies showed how patients with mild and even moderately severe sleep apnea […]

CPAP is a Good Sleep Aid

People suffering from sleep disorders will no longer need to toss & turn and miss a good night of sleep. Insomnia help is forthcoming as new studies showed evidence that CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) is not only a very effective treatment for severe obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), but is also equally effective in patients […]

CPAP Therapy Improves Quality of Sleep

A person suffering from sleep apnea actually stops breathing while they are sleeping at night. Before the result of various studies about sleeping disorders, doctors only recommended the treatment for severe cases of OSA. In her program in TV 10-55’s, Katie McGee talks about a new study, which discovered the relevance of giving the same […]

Essential Facts about Sleep Disorders

Sleep is a natural function of the body, which is a state of unconsciousness. However, those with a sleep disorder have problems sleeping; some will even sleep during their daytime activities. The consequences are risky and dangerous. Others find it very difficult to fall asleep and thus they have to get insomnia treatment. Jet lag […]

Insomnia Help: Dozing off while Driving is a Sleep Problem

More than 100 million Americans need sleep aids because they fail to get a good night’s sleep. Even their medication for insomnia help is no longer effective in helping them sleep. Consequently, lots of Americans are dozing off during afternoon meetings or while driving their cars. There are more than 700 million Americans with sleep […]

Sex and CPAP: A Perfect Combo for People who can’t Sleep

  People who can’t sleep might be suffering from sleep apnea. Studies have proven the benefit of CPAP as an effective therapy for sleep apnea. CPAP, an acronym for Continuous Positive Airway Pressure, is a form of therapy that has helped many sufferers rediscover sleep again and improve their quality of life. However, this rather […]

Sleep Disorder is a Worldwide Malady Affecting All Ages

One of the most serious problems that humanity is facing today is sleep disorder. Many people complain to their health provider that they can’t sleep. Many studies are conducted to study different levels of this problem and it appears that people in both developing and developed countries are victims of this problem due to the […]

Sleeping Kids – First Line of Treatment for Sleep Apnea

With so many people worldwide suffering from sleep apnea, at last there is finally a way for the disorder to be treated. CPAP is the shortened version for Continuous Positive Airway Pressure. Today, it is considered as the first line of defense to overcome the disorder. There are many reasons for insomnia, one cause is […]

Provent: Alternative Solution for Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is considered to be one of the most serious sleeping disorders a patient can experience. Unlike other types of sleeping disorders like narcolepsy and insomnia, sleep apnea can be fatal if not addressed correctly.  Sleep apnea is a condition characterized by lapses in breathing that can be as long as a minute, leading […]

Reasons for Insomnia

Anyone experiencing insomnia will certainly want to know why they are suffering from this condition. A lot of people would like to know if insomnia really is a bad condition. The strange thing is that a majority of people try to lessen their sleep in a day to 6 hours or less on purpose. Most […]

Schizophrenia and Sleep

Insomnia is the precursor of other more serious sleep disorders and mental problems such as schizophrenia. Because of this, more and more experts are starting to have a flicker of hope that improving one’s sleeping patterns can be of great help to alleviating the symptoms of what is considered to be a devastating mental illness. […]

Side Effects of Sleeping Pills

People with insomnia symptoms who can’t sleep well at night should be very careful when taking sleeping pills as insomnia treatment. While they may be effective at first, they aren’t harmless. In fact, studies now reveal that patients who are taking sleeping pills are doing more harm than good and have higher chance of developing […]

Sleep Apnea

The most common symptoms of sleep apnea include breathing heavily and snoring loudly while asleep. People suffering from the condition go through certain points of slumber wherein they momentarily stop breathing, therefore preventing the victim from extracting the vital benefits of deep sleep. Naturally, people who can’t sleep properly will find themselves in a world […]

Sleep Apnea Causes

Although sleep apnea is more prevalent among adults, the condition is also a serious problem in children’s sleep. In general, sleep apnea is characterized by sudden abnormal pauses in breathing or instances of abnormally low breathing during children’s sleep. The duration of sleep apnea or the pause of breathing can vary from one case to […]

Sleep Disorders Due to Aging

Many individuals may not always get the sleep they need because it depends greatly on the chance they have to sleep along with their ability to do so. There are people who suffer from sleep disorders that affect their sleeping habits greatly and there are also different reasons for insomnia that contribute to lack of […]

Sleep Disorders in the United States

Sleep disorders and their related problems such as insomnia symptoms are well documented in the United States of America. The following story just about sums this country up: Mary hits the alarm at 6.00 am, drags herself out of bed and goes to get the kids up and ready. She goes to work and then […]

Sleep Hygiene

The term sleep hygiene is used to define good sleeping habits that can help avoid sleep disorders. There has been a lot of research devoted to coming up with ways to enhance sleeping habits and there are substantial data to support claims that these can offer long term insomnia treatment for people who can’t sleep. While the […]

Sleep Studies

Thanks to medication and special therapy programs, people suffering from sleep disorders (such as insomnia) are given a fighting chance at managing these adverse conditions better. The most commonly recognized signs of slumber-related ailments resemble the insomnia symptoms people get, which includes the inability to sleep during the night, rousing too early in the morning, […]

Sleeping Disorder and Driving

The number one cause of road accidents is not alcohol related. Sleep apnea and insomnia cause more car accidents than alcohol. Surprised? Most people aren’t driving around intoxicated during the day. However, people with a sleep disorder are on the road 24/7. Falling asleep behind the wheel is a serious problem that must be dealt […]

Sleeping Pill Risks

Sleeping pills are actually considered one of the most popular drugs available today. A lot of people worldwide are having difficulty getting a complete, continuous night’s sleep, which is why they turn to medication to aid them in getting the rest that they need. Many find that the easiest solution to a restless sleep is […]

Sleeping Pills

There are various reasons for insomnia. Short term insomnia may be caused by jet lag, an uncomfortable sleeping environment, stress, and certain illnesses. For chronic sleeping disorders, the reasons for insomnia may be different. Long term insomnia is related to anxiety, depression, schizophrenia or bipolar disorder.  To help people who can’t get enough sleep, there […]

Teenagers and Sleep

If there is one age group with the most messed up sleeping routine, it’s the teens. Being a teenager is a phase, and it’s associated with all sorts of upheavals, so it’s no surprise that sleep sometimes gets compromised. According to experts, teenagers need at least 9 hours of quality night sleep. The reason for […]

Sleeping Problems and Insomnia Symptoms are a Global Issue

  If a person can’t sleep, he is not alone. Researchers discovered that lots of people have insomnia symptoms and many more are undergoing insomnia treatment. It appears that sleep-related disorders are global and many countries, even in the third world, have signified that sleep disorders are common health issues. Researchers at the Warwick Medical […]

Violent Cartoons Equal Sleep Disorders

New studies revealed that children sleep is better after watching a cartoon of Big Bird than the dark adventure of Batman (aka the Dark Knight) and what type of shows kids watch can possibly cause sleeping disorders. Sesame Street’s Big Bird is much more colorful and pleasant than the gloomy and perilous character Batman. The […]

Unusual Sleep Disorders

There is an abundance sleep disorders affecting adults – a fact that millions of individuals across the globe have come to realize through personal experience. They can either be non-life-threatening or even fatal, depending on the underlying factors and the duration of time the ailment is left untreated. Today, this article will focus on the […]

What Is Sleep Apnea?

The most common symptoms of sleep apnea include breathing heavily and snoring loudly while asleep. People suffering from the condition go through certain points of slumber wherein they momentarily stop breathing, therefore preventing the victim from extracting the vital benefits of deep sleep. Naturally, people who can’t sleep properly will find themselves in a world […]

Top Ten Insomnia Tips

Those suffering from insomnia will find that there are solutions to fixing this problem. It is a matter of making an effort to make lifestyle and behavior changes to get the sleep needed. Below are Top Ten Insomnia Tips that will help in Eliminating Insomnia for Good: #1 Have the same wake up time every […]

Facts About Sleeping Pills

Sleeping pills are actually considered one of the most popular drugs available today. A lot of people worldwide are having difficulty getting a complete, continuous night’s sleep, which is why they turn to medication to aid them in getting the rest that they need. Many find that the easiest solution to a restless sleep is […]

Get some Rest with Sleep Aids

Many have problems sleeping, which hinder them from functioning normally for their day ahead. There are plenty of natural sleep aids available like Melatrol and Alteril that are both effective and safe. This is one solution to consider when having difficulty sleeping. These specially formulated products work well because of the ingredients they use. One […]

Learn about the Reasons for Insomnia

Anyone experiencing insomnia will certainly want to know why they are suffering from this condition. A lot of people would like to know if insomnia really is a bad condition. The strange thing is that a majority of people try to lessen their sleep in a day to 6 hours or less on purpose. Most […]

Sleep Study

Thanks to medication and special therapy programs, people suffering from sleep disorders (such as insomnia) are given a fighting chance at managing these adverse conditions better. The most commonly recognized signs of slumber-related ailments resemble the insomnia symptoms people get, which includes the inability to sleep during the night, rousing too early in the morning, […]

CPAP Maintenance and Cleaning Tips

CPAP equipment requires regular cleaning and proper CPAP maintenance. This will help prolong its lifespan for longer use. For daily cleaning, put the CPAP/BIPAP tubing, nasal mask, headgear, and pillows into a sink or basin that consists of warm, soapy water. For the soap, put a little bit of gentle dish detergent. Mix all the […]

Sleep Disorders Associated with Binge Eating in Females

Studies show that sleeping disorders are considerably related to binge eating in females. The team has discovered that not receiving adequate sleep, difficulty falling asleep, sleeping poorly, disturbed sleep, as well as daytime sleepiness is notably linked to a heightened risk for binge eating in females. All these are considered insomnia symptoms as well. Despite […]

Are Sleep Disorders Becoming Rampant?

New studies reveal that sleep deficiency is an increasing health problem worldwide. Sleeplessness has been connected to chronic illnesses like diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Shortage in sleep is not just an issue that people suffer from in developed countries. Those from developing countries are suffering from these sleep disorders as well. This is why some […]

A Mattress That Helps Deal With Sleep Apnea?

Victims of sleep apnea have probably resorted to various remedies to help them deal with the disorder. When the usual underlying cause is relevant to excessive eating habits and other vices detrimental to human health, a simple change of lifestyle could easily fix the problem. If the issue is traced to genetics, then a patient […]

The Sleep Diet

There is a decent amount of data to suggest that sleep is crucial to gaining and maintaining healthy body weight. So if you suffer from insomnia, finding the right insomnia treatment will help not only solve your sleep issues but also help you maintain a healthy weight. With that being the case individuals experiencing trouble […]

Which CPAP Mask is Best for Me?

There are different kinds of sleep disorders in which a person can develop, or inherit through genetics. Sleep apnea is one of the most bothersome and potentially lethal types of slumber-related complications that need to be dealt with the help of sleep aids, such as a CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) machine. A person who […]

The Healthy Way to Ensure Children’s Sleep

When it comes to children and their development, it is always important to ensure that they receive adequate and proper sleep. This way, they can have a good foundation for developing their mind and body properly. Children’s sleep is very important to prevent sleeping disorders children. Parents should remember that sleep is just as crucial […]

Sleeping Problems During Pregnancy

For a lot of women, expecting a child calls for a celebration.  It’s a blessing, a source of joy and utter excitement. Sadly, for a growing number of expecting mothers, pregnancy may be one of the reasons for insomnia, even women who have never had sleeping problems, or those who have never used sleep aids […]

Learning and Sleep

Studies revealed that sleep plays a crucial role in memory function. When a person does not receive sufficient sleep because they are suffering from insomnia or simply can’t sleep, it greatly influences their perception, judgment, motivation, and mood. Bottom line is that continuous sleep throughout each night is ideal for both memory and learning. When […]

Parkinson’s disease and Sleeping Problems

Sleeping problems are very common for those suffering in Parkinson’s disease or PD. People with this ailment who also suffer from sleeping disorders should look for insomnia help. If left untreated, these issues can Parkinson’s disease even more impossible to live with. The most important pace in dealing with sleeping disorders is read insomnia help […]

Night Rituals for Better Sleep

Sleep is an important activity that enables individuals to function better during the day. This is why getting adequate, quality sleep is very crucial to avoid suffering from sleep disorders. Sometimes all a person needs to get better sleep is to make some changes in their lifestyle. One way of doing so is by creating […]

Narcolepsy Symptoms and Treatment

Some individuals suffer from narcolepsy, a lingering neurological disorder that affects the area of the brain, which controls when someone sleeps and stays awake. Sleeping disorders such as this causes one to go through undue sleepiness during the day and also unexpected muscle control loss that is usually caused by powerful emotions. This causes a […]

Melatonin for Sleep

Melatonin is a particular hormone that is produced by a small gland located in the brain known as the pineal gland. This particular hormone helps in controlling sleep as well as in controlling wake cycles. Melatonin is said to be one of the many sleep aids that helps individuals who suffer from a sleep disorder. […]

Choosing a CPAP Machine that’s Right for You

The treatment often used to cure sleep apnea is CPAP or continuous positive airway pressure therapy. This type of therapy is achieved with the use of a CPAP machine that is one of the forms of sleep aids and is also great for insomnia help. This machine functions by pushing air via the airway passage, […]

Herbal Remedies to Help you Sleep Well

Having trouble getting a good night’s rest on an occasional basis is a common problem. However, sleeping disorders such as insomnia can make the sleepless nights come on a more frequent basis. In cases such as these, sleep aids may be needed in order for the mind and body to fully recuperate. There are many […]

Diet For A Good Night’s Sleep

Everyone needs ample amounts of rest, which is generally somewhere from seven to nine hours a day, in order for their bodies and minds to fully recuperate. These resting hours are crucial in order for a person to function at his best. Aside from getting an optimal amount of hours for physical and mental restoration, […]

Age and Sleep: Changes in Sleep Patterns as We Get Older

Many individuals may not always get the sleep they need because it depends greatly on the chance they have to sleep along with their ability to do so. There are people who suffer from sleep disorders that affect their sleeping habits greatly and there are also different reasons for insomnia that contribute to lack of […]

Fears and Sleep

If a child or loved one can’t sleep they may be suffering from a sleeping disorder. Kids need more sleep than adults since they are still growing. The problem is many sleeping disorders are causing children anxiety, which causes them to be unable to sleep. There are many sleeping disorders that afflict children such as […]

Driving and Sleep

The number one cause of road accidents is not alcohol related. Sleep apnea and insomnia cause more car accidents than alcohol. Surprised? Most people aren’t driving around intoxicated during the day. However, people with a sleep disorder are on the road 24/7. Falling asleep behind the wheel is a serious problem that must be dealt […]

Trauma & Sleep Problems

Stress caused by a severe traumatic event is one of the biggest sleep disorders and reasons for insomnia today. Traumatic events cause the brain to be flooded with neurochemicals such as adrenaline and epinephrine which prevent us from unwinding at the end of the day, and consequently, we have trouble sleeping. These neurochemicals can remain […]

Men and Sleep

When it comes to men and sleep, sleep helps the brain and the body rest, recover and rebuild, which allows men to perform at their peak. Men who get enough rest are able to perform better at their jobs, think more clearly, and feel more refreshed.  Although it might seem like wasted time, sleeping is one […]

Sleep Disorders in the United States

Sleep disorders and their related problems such as insomnia symptoms are well documented in the United States of America. The following story just about sums this country up: Mary hits the alarm at 6.00 am, drags herself out of bed and goes to get the kids up and ready. She goes to work and then […]

Sleep and Energy

Need some extra energy? Then, try to get some rest. Sleep and energy go together like peanut butter and jelly. The more rest a person gets the more refreshed and the more energy they will have, the problem is that some people aren’t always able to get enough sleep and therefore, don’t have a lot […]

Restless Leg Syndrome and Periodic Limb Movement Disorder Explained

Restless Leg Syndrome and Periodic Limb Movement Disorder are two of the most common, yet most often misunderstood sleeping disorders today, affecting thousands of people across the country who can’t sleep as a consequence. Known as RLS, Restless Leg Syndrome refers to a disorder in which a person will experience unpleasant or unusual feelings in […]

Obesity and Sleep

People who are trying to drop a few pounds should stop calorie counting as much and should exercise and get a good night of sleep. About one in three Americans are currently considered obese. This rise in obesity has been going on for more than a decade, however during this same amount of time more […]

Menopause and Sleep

  There are numerous reasons why women suffer from insomnia during the middle of the night. For instance, a woman may be pregnant, depressed or suffering from a sleeping disorder. Another reason why many women can’t sleep in the middle of the night is because of menopause. Women who have menopause should utilize sleep aids […]

Jet Lag and Sleep

Whether a person has traveled around the world hundreds of times or if someone is traveling across the globe for the first time, they are likely to experience “jet lag”. Jet lag is also known as flight fatigue or desynchronosis and it causes airplane travelers to experience insomnia. The insomnia symptoms are only a short-lived […]

How to Make your Bed for a Good Night’s Rest

For people who simply can’t sleep at night, or suffer from any kind of sleeping disorder, it’s well worth learning how to make a bed properly. This might seem like a trivial thing, but it can actually make a world of difference to your nightly rest. Let’s face it, sleeping in a nice and fresh, […]

GERD and Sleep

GERD or Gastroesopageal reflux disease is a digestive disorder that affects a person’s stomach and esophagus. Many people suffer from sleeping disorders because of GERD. It is also one of top reasons for insomnia particularly in pregnant women. GERD affects about 15% of US citizens who suffer from mild to severe heartburn symptoms, according to […]

Sleep Apnea Treatments

Sleep apnea is considered to be one of the most serious sleeping disorders a patient can experience. Unlike other types of sleeping disorders like narcolepsy and insomnia, sleep apnea can be fatal if not addressed correctly.  Sleep apnea is a condition characterized by lapses in breathing that can be as long as a minute, leading to […]

Guide to Sanitizing CPAP Equipment

A Continuous positive airway pressure therapy machine (CPAP) is used as an insomnia treatment for people with sleep apnea to sleep better by allowing them to breathe more easily. Since sleep aids are used as an insomnia treatment, particularly in breathing, the machine parts need to be clean and sanitized.   Guide to Sanitizing CPAP […]

Schizophrenia Linked with Sleeping Disorders

Insomnia is the precursor of other more serious sleep disorders and mental problems such as schizophrenia. Because of this, more and more experts are starting to have a flicker of hope that improving one’s sleeping patterns can be of great help to alleviating the symptoms of what is considered to be a devastating mental illness. […]

CPAP Machines Possible Issues and Solutions

Since sleep apnea is considered to be one of the most alarming sleep disorders that a patient can be diagnosed with, various sleep aids have been developed for it. The most popular of these is the CPAP machine. This problem is common to both kids and adults, but children are the having the worse time. […]

Parkinson’s Disease and Narcolepsy

Because of the growing number of sleeping disorders, experts are looking into possible causes as to why some people can’t sleep when they need to. One of the areas that are being focused on is cognitive diseases such as Parkinson’s disease and their possible influence on a person’s sleeping patterns. Previous studies show that people […]

Pregnancy and Insomnia

Pregnancy is a joyous time in a woman’s life. The anticipation of a new life inside one’s womb is immense and is a period that can be both scary and exciting. Pregnancy brings about so many changes inside a woman’s body. Because of this, many expecting women can’t sleep well at night. Because of hormonal […]

Insomnia and Weight Gain among Kids

There are a growing number of overweight kids nowadays, and one of the factors being pointed on is insomnia. Suffering from insomnia symptoms such as restlessness, irritability, and being unable to sleep at night is bad enough. What parents might not know is that their children’s sleep plays a huge role in maintaining the ideal […]

Insomnia and Work

The inability to sleep at night is only one of the well-known insomnia symptoms. Nowadays, more and more people are exhibiting insomnia, even at a very young age. Because of several factors like work, school, stress, and health issues, many people find it very hard to sleep when they need to. Because they can’t sleep […]

The Dangers of Sleeping Pills

People with insomnia symptoms who can’t sleep well at night should be very careful when taking sleeping pills as insomnia treatment. While they may be effective at first, they aren’t harmless. In fact, studies now reveal that patients who are taking sleeping pills are doing more harm than good and have higher chance of developing […]

Camping and CPAP: Is it Possible?

When it comes to breathing related sleeping disorders such as sleep apnea, CPAP or Constant Positive Airway Pressure is the most popular method of treatment. In this method, air is supplied through the nostrils at a constant rate, to make sure that enough oxygen enters the body while asleep. Most people with sleep disorders like […]

A Quick Guide To Using A CPAP Machine

People with problems sleeping are well aware of the wide variety of treatment options available in today’s market. One device in particular that works well for individuals suffering from sleeping issues is known as the Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) machine. This form of ventilation therapy is often used by those who can’t sleep well […]

Sleep Wave for Insomnia Sufferers

If your little boy can’t sleep well at night, chances are he may be suffering from insomnia or another sleeping disorder. Most people think that insomnia is more common in adults than kids, but studies show that insomnia is now one of the leading causes of why children can’t sleep as soundly as they used […]

Why Buy a Good CPAP Hose Cover?

Sleeping disorders such as Sleep Apnea can be successfully treated by a CPAP machine. A CPAP or a continuous positive airway pressure machine utilizes mild air pressure to keep your airway open.  It’s considered the standard treatment for sleeping disorders like OSA. CPAP doesn’t work at all if it isn’t used and discomfort is one of […]

What is Light Therapy?

Light therapy is now seen as one of the most effective new sleep aids for people who have insomnia symptoms and or other sleep disorders. Experts say that if the sleeping disorders are caused by psychological reasons and other common factors such as stress and demanding schedule, then light therapy is a lot better compared […]

What Happens in a Sleep Study?

Polysomnography, or sleep studies, are vital tests done in order to facilitate the diagnosis of sleep disorders. The results of these tests to find sleeping disorders can then be used to identify the best treatment for the patient’s condition. These tests are done in a sleep clinic or in other cases, the patient’s bedroom. What […]

Timing of Sleep can Affect Learning Ability

Sleep is a prerequisite to good health. More than that, it also is known to help in one’s learning ability. It includes facilitating the learning pattern of an individual. According to a study conducted, the sooner we sleep after acquiring new information can affect the ability of our brain to retain them. This finding is […]

Sleep Patterns Change with Age

Age is the most important determinant of the required amount of sleep a person needs. The volume of children’s sleep hours will depend on the stage of they are currently in. In the case of newborns, they sleep an average of 16 to 18 hours a day. As they reach the age of one, children’s […]

Sleep and Teenagers

If there is one age group with the most messed up sleeping routine—-it’s the teens. Being a teenager is a phase, and it’s associated with all sorts of upheavals, so it’s no surprise that sleep sometimes gets compromised. According to experts, teenagers need at least 9 hours of quality night sleep. The reason for this […]

Sleep and Pregnancy

Pregnancy causes a lot of changes in a woman’s body. While generally it is a joyous period in a woman’s life and is filled with beautiful anticipation, this period can also mean a great deal of stress for most women. According to studies, plenty of women suffer from sleeping disorders while carrying a child. Some […]

Non-Pharmaceutical Treatments for Insomnia

Are there any alternatives to pharmaceutical treatments for insomnia? Many people ask if there are any alternatives to pharmaceutical insomnia treatments. It is a dangerous disorder, and only an effectual insomnia treatment is critical to getting that much needed sleep. Because of the advancements in modern medicine, we have recently seen some new, safe, and […]

How to Develop Good Sleep Hygiene

The term sleep hygiene is used to define good sleeping habits that can help avoid sleep disorders. There has been a lot of research devoted to coming up with ways to enhance sleeping habits and there are substantial data to support claims that these can offer long term insomnia treatment for people who can’t sleep. […]

DHA and Healthy Sleeping Patterns for Children

Kids are a real bundle of energy, what with them loving to be up and about. The news that parents battle bedtime issues with their children every night doesn’t come as a surprise. Regularly sleeping kids are every parent’s wish because a good night’s sleep helps children grow faster and healthier. Thus, a recent study […]

Benefits of Developing a Night Ritual

People who are suffering from insomnia and other sleeping disorders can benefit a lot from having a night ritual. Humans are essentially creatures of habit and the beauty about the human body is that it can be trained. Once a ritual has been established, people who can’t sleep will be able to stop struggling for […]

Age-Related Changes in Sleep Patterns

There has been much talk about the correlation between age and sleep patterns. The common notion is that when a person ages, the amount of sleep they require decreases. Actually this is not true, according to experts. The truth is that the number of sleep hours needed does not decline with age. Adults do not […]

Vital CPAP Supplies

Living with any kind of medical condition can be a very stressful experience, perhaps even more so for those who can’t sleep. One of the biggest causes of insomnia is breathing difficulties such as sleep apnea, and these require serious treatment with the use of proven sleep aids. The CPAP machine is one of the […]

Understanding your CPAP Machine

If one has respiratory issues or has been battling from sleep apnea, a CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) device is what a sufferer needs to breathe normally. Symptoms such as pauses in breathing or exhaustion even after sleep need to be diagnosed by a medical professional. This diagnosis is a crucial step towards treating this […]

Sleeping Disorder in Focus: Narcolepsy

Narcolepsy is a chronic sleeping disorder that is described as having sleep attacks at unexpected times during the day, like in the middle of a conversation, or while at work. It is a neurological sleeping disorder and is caused by genetic mutations in the brain. Although it is not a common sleeping disorder, it causes […]

Provent Therapy under the Spotlight

For the treatment of sleeping disorders such as sleep apnea, the standard bearer for many years has been something known as Continuous Positive Air Pressure (CPAP). Unfortunately though, not everyone’s insomnia symptoms can be treated successfully with CPAP, as many people simply cannot wear the mask comfortably. This has led to a demand for newer […]

New Reasons for Insomnia

If a person can’t sleep for consecutive days, chances are, he may be suffering from insomnia. Insomnia symptoms vary from individual to individual, but the most common symtons include irritability and difficulty falling asleep. Insomnia is a growing medical concern of several adults and young adults. Experts agree that there are a variety of reasons […]

Light Therapy Sleep Aids Prove to be Highly Effective for Sleeping Disorders

There are many different kinds of sleeping disorders that affect people today, and there are even more factors that can cause them. Some of the most common causes of sleeping disorders are psychological issues, and it’s believed that a new insomnia treatment called light therapy can be extremely effective in overcoming these issues and helping […]

Provent Therapy for Kids Sleeping Disorders

Watching sleeping kids can be therapeutic. However, sleep disorders can take out that peace and be a cause of discomfort to both the sufferer and the observer. Luckily, sleeping disorder children can now be diagnosed effectively with the help of the latest technology. However, breakthroughs can take awhile before being known fully, the same thing […]

Importance of Careful CPAP Maintenance

For people who are aware of any sleep disorder, or knows anyone who is suffering from it, it is a given that cures brought about by insomnia treatment, insomnia help or sleep apnea solutions will be talked about. For instance, consider this situation: Two friends are talking about a guy named Ben, who chose to […]

Essential CPAP Supplies

Insomnia symptoms are easily detected. One can either be up all-night or slow down before the day ends. The main culprit is the circadian rhythm that runs on a malfunction, further affecting one’s body clock and messing up with one’s energy level. Insomnia help is available especially for sleeping disorders children, who, more than adults […]

Eight Highly Unusual Sleeping Disorders

We’ve all heard of sleep disorders, but not many realize that there are literally hundreds of types of sleep disorder that can affect people’s rest. Sleep is one of the most essential human activities and is vital if we are to get enough energy to get through the day. In addition, sleeping is seen as […]

Circadian Rhythm and Sleep: A Primer

Having difficulty sleeping is a problem many people are experiencing, especially now that there are so many distractions to keep one up all night. This is a big departure from how humans have developed over the majority of our existence.  The sleep/wake cycle is controlled by the circadian rhythm, and historically it has worked in concert […]

Choosing Childrens CPAP Masks

For sleeping kids, particularly those who sleep on their side, finding the right type of CPAP mask is essential if they are to gain the maximum benefits from using a CPAP machine. While the CPAP machine is undoubtedly one of the best treatments for sleep disorders, children’s sleep can be difficult with the standard mask […]

Understanding Sleep Apnea and why you Can’t Sleep

Many people realize that they can’t sleep, but they don’t always know the reasons why. Sleep disorders can easily be prevented so long as they are recognized and understood. When someone repeatedly complains that he or she can’t sleep, there is high probability that he or she is suffering from a sleep disorder. There are […]

Top Tips for Insomnia Sufferers

There are a significant number of people that can’t sleep at night. This might be stress-related or it can due to some other type of insomnia. Insomnia is a common type of sleep disorder characterized by lack of sleep or difficulty in falling and staying asleep. To improve sleeping habits, there are a number of […]

The Damage Caused by Insomnia

Insomnia is not only apparent in adults. It can also strike children too. There are an increasing number of sleeping disorders children are affected by. One of the biggest problems caused by sleep disorders is sleep deprivation, which simply means the failure to get enough sleep each night. Sleep deprivation is a serious problem for […]

Natural Insomnia Remedies That Have Stood the Test of Time

If you toss and turn and cannot fall asleep you may be under the impression the only way to get to sleep is by using prescription medication. One issue with prescriptions for sleep aids is the cost which can serve as a hindrance in seeking insomnia help for patients dealing with this sleep disorder. If this […]

Medicines as Sleep Aids

There are various reasons for insomnia. Short term insomnia may be caused by jet lag, an uncomfortable sleeping environment, stress, and certain illnesses. For chronic sleeping disorders, the reasons for insomnia may be different. Long term insomnia is related to anxiety, depression, schizophrenia or bipolar disorder.  To help people who can’t get enough sleep, there […]

Herbal Sleep Remedies for Children

A sleep disorder can affect everyone, including children. As a parent it can be very disconcerting when your child doesn’t enjoy peaceful, rejuvenating and relaxing sleep. Sleeping disorders among children are a surprisingly big problem, and there are many different treatments and remedy options that can help. Natural, herbal sleep remedies for children are worth […]

Eliminating Insomnia Symptoms Through Diet

Those who find it hard to sleep at night and experience insomnia symptoms are always seeking ways to get a good night’s sleep. One often overlooked area where you can greatly improve the quality of your sleep is by taking a closer look at your diet. To paraphrase Leo Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina when it comes […]

Difficulty Sleeping? More Melatonin May Help Treat Insomnia Symptoms

People tend to ignore their difficulties in going to sleep or their dissatisfaction in the quality of sleep they have. However, these insomnia symptoms should not be taken for granted. Ignoring these conditions may lead to more serious and complicated sleeping disorders. The earlier these conditions and symptoms are detected and treated, the lesser the […]

Choosing an Effective CPAP Machine to Prevent Insomnia

One of the most popular sleep aids to help prevent insomnia and relatd sleep disorders is the CPAP machine. CPAP is short for “Continuous Positive Airway Pressure”. It is a handy and portable machine that is scientifically proven to help a person whose airway closes shut during sleep. If you are not familiar with CPAP, […]

Causes of Sleep Apnea, the Most Common of Sleep Disorders

Although sleep apnea is more prevalent among adults, the condition is also a serious problem in children’s sleep. In general, sleep apnea is characterized by sudden abnormal pauses in breathing or instances of abnormally low breathing during children’s sleep. The duration of sleep apnea or the pause of breathing can vary from one case to […]

A Well Maintained CPAP Machine Does Wonders for Children’s Sleep

There may be endless nights when parents can’t sleep at night simply because their children can’t sleep too. Children’s sleep is essential for their healthy development. A full eight hours of sleep is usually recommended for children. It is important to have a conducive and quiet environment so sleeping kids won’t be disturbed during their […]

A Healthy Way to Ensure Children’s Sleep

Insomnia is known to cause many kinds of problems with children’s sleep. Besides the obvious problem of not being able to get to sleep, insomnia also results in a lower quality of sleep at night. Children with insomnia struggle to settle down, and the sleep is often disturbed. Although insomnia treatment is easily available with […]