Blog Posts - Sleep Disorders



How Does Your Body Respond to Sleep Deprivation

    Sleep is highly essential for people because this will help people function well. Sadly, not a lot of people get the amount of sleep that they need because of the various tasks that they have to do. With looming deadlines and hard tas...

Common Sleep Disorders That Cause People to Snore

What causes people to snore? More often that not, sleep disorders are a common reason for snoring. Learn the cause, and find the cure.
by I Told You I Was Sick on Aug 17, 2015

Bad Bedtime Behaviors sleep or nightmare disorder?

By David Joel Miller. Children may turn terrible at bed time because of sleep problems. Children who have sleep disorders try to avoid the problems these disorders cause. If you have nightmares the bed and sleep land are not friendly … Continue...
by counseolrssoapbox on Aug 5, 2015

Such Stuff As Dreams Are Made On: Marijuana and Sleeping

Study sheds potential light on indica vs. sativa debate.[Thanks to Ivan Oransky (@ivanoransky) for alerting me to this study.]Everyone who has smoked marijuana more than a couple of times knows that cannabis can alter how you sleep. The effect of can...
by Addiction Inbox on Jul 13, 2015

How the Light in Your Home Affects Health and Well Being

As an interior designer, I certainly understand the importance of lighting a home. I always make sure there is sufficient ambient, task and mood lighting in any given space. As a design psychology coach, of equal concern is that a […] The post...
by Nancy Meadows Designs on Mar 17, 2015

Four Myths about Insomnia

As long-time readers are well aware, I suffer from nightmare disorder and chronic insomnia. Last month I had the good fortune of a week or two of reprieve (which was so wonderful!), and I’m daring to hope that my sleeping problems are on the me...

Insomnia and Birth Control Pills

Be Mozza Be Mozza - First Impressions Last There might be many causes for insomnia in girls as well as abnormal operating schedules, late ingestion habits, abuse of low and/or medication, stress and a few alternative causes. however one amongst comm...
by Be Mozza on Jan 31, 2015

One more reason to get a good night’s sleep

Sleep. It’s something we spend about a third of our lives doing, but do any of us really understand what it’s all about? 0:19 Two thousand years ago, Galen, one of the most prominent medical researchers of the ancient world, proposed that...
by Psychology Videos on Oct 18, 2014

Lose Sleep, Lose Your Mind & Health (InfoGraphic)

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by LuxeSoul on Oct 9, 2014

What Is Insomnia?

Are you often have difficulty sleeping? You’ve been back and forth the body, but could not close eyes. Meanwhile, your partner is have a nice dream and get healthy sleep. Perhaps you get symptoms of insomnia or sleep disorders, so read what is inso...
by Vale Health on Sep 26, 2014

Depression in Women Over 50

Depression in Women Over 50 Treating Depression in Women Over 50 Depression is cognized with strange feelings of anxiety or sadness which last for long periods and can lead to variety of emotional and physical despairs. Depression must be seen as a d...
by The Things Women Want on Sep 23, 2014

Nightmares and Sleepwalking are More Likely for Bullied Children

A new study claims that nightmares and sleepwalking are more likely for bullied children who experience being bullied between the ages of 8 and 10.  The […]...
by How To Learn on Sep 23, 2014

Five Ways to Ease Restless Leg Symptoms Without Medicine

Restless leg syndrome, also known as RLS, is one of the most maddening afflictions on the planet. The sensations that accompany this syndrome cause the sufferer to miss sleep and stay up all hours of the night trying to find solutions to make them go...
by Rodneysouthernsays on Aug 1, 2014

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 CP...
by City of Sleep on Jun 9, 2014

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...
by City of Sleep on Jun 2, 2014

Babies vs. Animals

  One of my coworkers has no soul. I am convinced she is a robot because she truly doesn’t understand the human connection with animals.   One of our coworkers had to put her eighteen year old dog to sleep. She took the day off for the pr...
by WavyBlueMoon on Mar 23, 2014

Babies vs. Animals

  One of my coworkers has no soul. I am convinced she is a robot because she truly doesn’t understand the human connection with animals.   One of our coworkers had to put her eighteen year old dog to sleep. She took the day off for the pr...
by WavyBlueMoon on Mar 23, 2014

Babies vs. Animals

  One of my coworkers has no soul. I am convinced she is a robot because she truly doesn’t understand the human connection with animals.   One of our coworkers had to put her eighteen year old dog to sleep. She took the day off for the pr...
by WavyBlueMoon on Mar 23, 2014

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...
by City of Sleep on Mar 19, 2014

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 chan...
by City of Sleep on Mar 14, 2014


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