Tag Archives: Sleep Problems
Sleep disorders are a common problem in Alzheimer’s disease. Because sleep is such an important aspect of overall good health, it’s important to find ways of improving sleep in Alzheimer’s patients in order to reduce the risk of other health… Read More
You’ve just enjoyed eight hours of what you believed to be a sound sleep, and yet you are still struggling to get out of bed. What gives? Sleep is supposed to energize you and have you feeling refreshed come the… Read More
It is recommended by the National Sleep Foundation that seniors over the age of 65 aim for seven to eight hours of sleep, but for many seniors that goal is hard to attain. Many of us find it difficult to… Read More
You toss and you turn and, sadly, the next morning you’re more tired than ever. Not getting proper sleep can really put a damper on your daily activities and negatively impact your health. Sleep is vital for the whole body,… Read More
Sleep pertains to an actual phase in which both the body and mind are allowed to rest. During sleep, a person is generally inactive and thus, not aware of his or her immediate surroundings. Individuals experiencing sleep problems due to… Read More
When sleeping problems or insomnia become an issue, and it feels like exhaustion is impacting your performance on the job or in life, it may not seem like a real cause for concern. The truth is that there are a… Read More
For decades researchers have studied the science of sleep. Sleep problems are common in North America, so the need to understand the suspension of consciousness is huge. Today, scientists say with confidence that sleep not only provides our bodies with… Read More
Have you ever just stayed in bed staring at the ceiling, tossing and turning, trying to sleep but simply not being able to? You’re tired, your eyes are heavy, and yet you lie there counting sheep.
The Centers for Disease… Read More
They say a happy wife makes for a happy life, but what if the happiness of your partner could have an impact on your sleep quality, too?
One new study found that when the wife is happier with her marriage,… Read More
There’s at least one more reason to incorporate omega-3 into your everyday diet.
A new study by the University of Oxford’s Learning and Behaviour lab revealed that higher levels of omega-3 DHA – the group of fatty acids commonly found in… Read More
There have been many studies outlining the importance of sleep for learning. However, until now no research has been able to show that humans can learn new information while they sleep.
Brain function during sleep
Although sleep appears to be… Read More
Sleepwalking, also known as somnambulism, is considered as the main cause of most sleep-related injuries. Unfortunately, research efforts in the last 50 years has left several questions regarding sleepwalking unanswered, especially in terms of its actual causes.
One of the… Read More