Tag: sleep

Aging

sleep solutions for seniorsSolutions for Sleep-Deprived Seniors

According to research from the National Sleep Foundation, the older you get, the more times you wake up in the middle of the night. In fact, the number of sleep awakenings more than doubles between ages of 50 and 79. Unfortunately, the myth persists that people need less sleep as they age — but that […]

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Others, Well-being

deep luxurious sleepDeep, Luxurious Sleep Really is Important … and Possible

The CDC states that sleeping less than seven hours each day has been linked to a host of awful health conditions, like obesity, heart disease and diabetes. And if you have trouble sleeping yourself, you know firsthand the havoc that poor sleep can wreak on your life. Whether it’s physical factors that inhibit you from […]

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Cardio, chronic fatigue, Health, Mental Health, Stress

Could peer mentors help people with apnea get a better night of sleep?

Imagine going to sleep and having someone jab you 30 to 80 times an hour, every hour, until your alarm goes off. How rested would you feel in the morning? That’s how one patient describes what it feels like to suffer from sleep apnea. Sleep apnea interrupts breathing sometimes hundreds of times a night. The […]

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Fitness, Health, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Nutrition, Others, Psychology, Sports, Stress

Most common causes of abdominal fat

The waist is usually the first place excess fat goes. Unfortunately, it is also one of the hardest areas on our bodies to lose weight. Having excess belly, or abdominal, fat is worse than having excess fat on most other places on our body. It can put people at an increased risk for common diseases, […]

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Others

Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms Linked to Poor Sleep

Researchers at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston suggest that sleep quality may affect the severity of lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) in some men. The researchers investigated the prevalence of LUTS among men working non-standard hours to figure out whether the quality of sleep has an impact on the symptoms. Working non-standard hours […]

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