Why You May Want to Play Catch-Up...On Your Sleep

A recent report emphasizes the health issues associated with not getting enough sleep. One of these issues, which I particularly find concerning, is diabetes. A lack of sleep can have an impact on your insulin (which regulates the amount of glucose in the blood) levels.

Alzheimer’s Needs to Be Put to Bed, Literally

A little boy by the name of Joshua Trump recently made headlines after he was caught sound asleep at President Trump’s SOTU address. Luckily for Joshua, he’s a child. So people laughed and thought it was adorable. As a child, you can get away with sleeping anywhere, any time!

Ladies: For a Good Night’s Sleep, You Should Maybe Sleep With Your Dog

Women need more sleep than men. We apparently need about 30 more minutes. And there is credible research to suggest that the reason we need more sleep is because we usually multi-task and use more of our “actual brain than men leading to a greater need for sleep. Essentially, the more you use your brain during the day, the more it needs to rest while asleep,” reports the National Sleep Foundation.

Faced With a Moral Dilemma? Sleep On It Before Making a Decision!

Notorious figures such as Joseph Stalin, Adolf Hitler, Pol Pot and Napoleon Bonaparte have more in common than their immoral and unethical behavior. History shows that they all were sleep deprived.

Boomer Women and Insomnia: Think Twice Before Taking A Sleeping Pill!

Contrary to what you may have heard, the amount of sleep you need as you get older doesn’t decrease. Boomers need about as much sleep – between seven and nine hours – as younger adults.

How to Sleep Your Way to Good Health

Having a set bedtime isn’t just for the little ones. Recently, Duke Health and the Duke Clinical Institute released some very revealing research results as it pertains to sleep patterns in adults. The results from this study suggested that in addition to getting a solid seven hours of sleep, sticking to a regular bedtime may improve metabolic health and help control our weight.

Alternatives to Ambien That Can Help You and Elon Musk Sleep Better at Night

Elon Musk, the genius behind Tesla and SpaceX, has had a rigorous schedule for the last two decades, and his health and personal life have suffered as a result. This week Musk tweeted: “Am considering taking Tesla private at $420. Funding secured.”

When Insomnia Turns Deadly!

It’s hard to believe it has been nearly nine years since we lost Michael Jackson, the King of Pop. I think we were all shocked when the story of his death flooded the news on June 25, 2009. He was only 50-years-old when he died.

Parents! Science Says Put Your Teenagers to Bed Early

We all know we need to breathe in oxygen, absorb nutrients from the food we eat and drink water in order to live healthily. But there is yet another major necessity of life - sleep. It is so important that on average we spend about one-third of our lives sleeping.

When Snoring Turns Deadly!

There are some things we often take for granted in life, like breathing. Air contains oxygen which every cell in your body needs to live and function. The cells need oxygen to help them metabolize (burn) the nutrients released from the food you eat and use it for energy.

Rest easy with our in-depth sleep apnea guide plus how nutrition may help!

Sleep is a big deal! The average person spends 25 years of life sleeping, and a good night’s sleep is absolutely essential for good health. Therefore, it’s no surprise sleep quality and health has attracted a lot of attention in recent years. Many of us aren’t getting the sleep we need because of sleep apnea, which is on the rise in the United States. Many cases of sleep apnea go undiagnosed and untreated, and this is a public health hazard.

Attention snorers and those kept awake! Sleep apnea may be the culprit, but it’s treatable

Obstructive sleep apnea causes a person to repeatedly stop and start breathing during sleep, and it affects an estimated 29.4 million Americans, market research company Frost & Sullivan estimates. That’s about 12 percent of the population! However, counting cases of mild sleep apnea, the American Heart Association actually estimates it may be as common as one in five adults, and many cases are going undiagnosed and untreated.

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