WATCH: How to Solve Age-Related Sleep Problems!
What's more, insufficient sleep can lead to serious health problems including an increased risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, weight problems and also breast cancer in women.
These 4 Delicious Juices Will Remedy Your Sleep Problems
Yet, I don’t want to take sleeping pills because I fear the side-effects, so I was utterly delighted when I came across these 4 delicious juice recipes that each remedy a different sleep disorder . Why don’t you be pro-active in combating your bad sleep with these super home remedies?
Want Better Sleep? Try Sleeping Like Our Ancestors!
When it comes down to sleeping, it’s safe to say that we all go about it in a different way.
15 Myths on Sleep DEBUNKED by Experts
How many of us ‘make up’ for lack of sleep during the weekend? Or believe that if we can’t fall asleep, all it takes to succeed is lying in bed with our eyes closed?
The Sleep Subway Car!
Pajamas, sleep masks, and earplugs were also provided as part of this unauthorized free service. The project took place on the above-ground N train in Astoria, Queens around midnight on a Sunday evening. The Sleep Subway Car! funny, video, gag A Gag or Just a Kind Deed?
These Aromatic Oils Will Do Wonders For Your Sleep
I've suffered from sleep problems for many years, and believe me when I say I've tried quite a few tricks and treatments to deal with the problem. Nothing seemed to work, but I've finally discovered a secret that helps me sleep like a baby.
Expert Debunks the MOST Common Sleep Myths
Ravi Aysola is a Professor of Clinical Sleep Medicine at UCLA, and in this video by Wired, he’ll tackle the most common sleep myths, such as ‘Do we really need to sleep 7 hours every night?’ or ‘Can you sleep with your eyes open?’ among many others.
7 Silent Signs of Sleep Apnea in Adults and Children
In a study conducted at Harvard's Department of Sleep Medicine, people who don’t sleep enough every night often suffer from depression and mental exhaustion - all of which can be suspicious signs of sleep problems. 5.
Can Sleep Deprivation Lead to Dementia?
It is often assumed that as we age, we need less sleep than the young. However, this is not the case. In fact, studies show that middle-aged people sleep less due to damage to the brain. Furthermore, many experts believe that people cannot get away with less sleep as they age.
Having Trouble Sleeping? This Might Be The Reason Why
the day Attention and memory problems Being irritable, anxious or depressed The causes of insomnia vary from person to person, with physical and psychological conditions, such as chronic pain and medications, and even certain habits, such as eating too much in the evenings contributing to the issue.
Hilarious: The Winking Problem!
The interview went quite well with one problem - he kept winking at the camera. The interviewer said, "Although you have a lot of the qualities we're looking for, the fact that you keep winking is a real problem. I'm afraid we won't able to hire you unless you get it under control."
Sleeping in At the Weekend Could Prevent an Early Death
According to some recent research, getting yourself more sleep during the weekend might help to ease the health problems associated with not getting enough sleep during the week, and could even reduce the risk of an early death.
A Guide to Sleep Deprivation and Better Napping
We always hear about how many hours we need to sleep, that a sleep cycle is 1.5 hours and to time our sleep accordingly - But did you know that your sleeping position can directly help you deal with various pains and irritations?
The Problem of Using Logic in a Relationship
The Problem of Using Logic in a Relationship animated, family, love, marriage, couple, relationship, logic, School of Life This video discusses the idea of using logic in love and relationships.
The Metabolic Harms of Irregular Sleep and Meals
Sleeping and eating are complicated activities. What we eat, how much we eat and how much we DON'T eat, affects us strongly. How much we sleep and in what hours affects us no less.
Sleep Walking Is Harder With 4 Legs...
Some nights, Bizkit just can't seem to sleep without acting out her dreams - running, chasing, barking and playing! Bizkit suffers no side effects of this condition, and her family is more amused than frightened of their dog's bizarre nightly behavior.
These Sleep Secrets Are Only Known to a Few...
Sleep represents up to one-third of our entire lives, so it’s intriguing to consider how little we really know about what actually happens when we’re asleep.
Critter Overdose - A Serious Problem!
Critter Overdose - A Serious Problem!
Can't Sleep? Don't Let Stress Get to You!
There are different types of sleep: shallow sleep, in stages one and two, during which you are easily awakened. After which you have the deep sleep, stages three and four, also known as a slow-wave sleep. During REM sleep, your eyes dart around and dreams happen.
Sleeping in the Cold Isn’t Just Cozier, It’s Healthier
But what if we told you that sometimes, it isn’t stress , genetics , or your sleeping position that’s to blame for poor sleep quality, it’s the temperature of your surroundings. It turns out that room temperature affects not only our sleep quality but our overall health as well.
These Body Odors May Suggest a More Serious Problem
Although our first instinct is usually to get rid of the odor by gargling, wiping or spraying in order to mask the stench, there could be a greater underlying problem than is immediately obvious. Here are five odors that you should definitely take notice of: 1.
Study Finds Nicotine and Alcohol, Not Coffee, Harm Sleep
Everybody knows that a cup of coffee before sleep will keep you awake, and a glass of red wine will put you away, but a new study by the Sleep Research Society reveals that while red wine may make you drowsy, it comes at a steep price to your sleep quality.
Learn About This Wondrous Sleep-Inducing Pressure Point!
Many therapists use it to relieve various problems with surprising efficiency, especially sleep problems.
Are You Experiencing Pain? Get More Sleep!
Finally, the researchers conclude that the effect of sleep deprivation can last for several days, with the individuals who got less sleep continuing to be more sensitive to pain days after getting little sleep. 3. What Conclusions Can We Make From This Study?