Tuesday Dec 10
Treating Sleep Apnea May Lower Hard-to-Control Blood Pressure
People with sleep apnea and hard-to-control high blood pressure may see their blood pressure drop if they treat the sleep disorder, Spanish researchers report.
Tuesday Dec 10
The Papillion Times
Want to build muscle, get stronger? Sleep more
One of the most key components to building muscle that is often overlooked is getting enough sleep.
Tuesday Dec 10
Treating insomnia, but without the medications
The Philadelphia teacher would sleep well one night, and then sleep less each night after that, until for a night or two she wasn't sleeping at all.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Journal and Courier
Stressing the importance of sleep
How many times have you stayed awake just a little longer to finish a project or the day's errands? How often is sleep what goes first if your day needs adjusting? People are busy so they learn to sleep less, not realizing a lack of sleep can cause hypertension, reflux, heart disease, memory impairments and emotional issues, said Dr. Dr. Salim Abou ... (more)
Can't fall asleep? Over-the-counter aids have a mixed record
In a 2005 survey of 1,506 Americans by the National Sleep Foundation, 54 percent reported at least one symptom of insomnia at least a few nights a week over the previous year, and 33 percent said they had experienced symptoms almost every night.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Boy, eight, left with rare sleep disorder after having swine flu jab...
A football-loving boy has developed a rare sleeping disorder that means he has to sleep up to seven times a day - after having an inoculation against swine flu.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
The six surprising facts about your dreams
A ROADBLOCK in the brain makes reading hard for people with dyslexia, a new study suggests, contradicting long-held opinion.
Snoring in Sterling? Sleep Apnea in Sterling? Dentists Change the...
While snoring is considered a nuisance, not many people believe it to be a life threatening disorder.
Top Headache, TMJ, Sleep Disorder Specialists in NYC Now Offering Free Consultations
Michael Gelb, DDS, MS of The Gelb Center http://www.gelbcenter.com , a specialized medical practice that focuses exclusively on TMJ treatments, headache treatments , and sleep disorders such as sleep apnea, announced today that he will now be offering free consultations.
Social ties more important than biology when it comes to teen sleep problems
Medical researchers point to developmental factors, specifically the decline of the sleep-inducing hormone melatonin, as an explanation for why children get less sleep as they become teenagers.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
How Fighter Pilots Stay Sharp
Popular with air force pilots, ER docs, and Silicon Valley entrepreneurs as a stay-awake drug, Provigil also appears to enhance brain function.
The Huffington Post
Christopher M. Barnes: Should We Blame the Engineer for Falling Asleep at the Train Controls?
Preliminary indications are that the Metro-North train derailment was caused by the train operator falling asleep at the controls , and waking up too late to stop the speeding train from derailing.
10 Benefits of Sleep You're Not Aware of
I wish sleep was unnecessary. If I could forgo my shuteye and work through the night, I would be unstoppable: imagine all the stuff that would get done! But this workaholic desire will never become a reality, because when I don't get enough sleep, nasty consequences follow.
Better Rest Solutions Partners with Amazon for Fulfillment of The...
The products are eligible for Amazon Prime Free two-day shipping, customers receive Amazon's trusted customer service and returns, and the business can grow through seamless multi-channel fulfillment.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
In Wake Of Train Derailment Tragedy, A Reminder To Not Drive While Drowsy
The engineer at the helm of the Metro North train that derailed on Sunday in the Bronx may have fallen asleep right before the train went off the tracks, according to news reports.
Sentinel & Enterprise
Ask a Doc Poor sleep can lead to health problems
The holidays are going to be here before we know it. It's important to get enough sleep at night so that we are more alert and ready for the day.
Overton man looks to raise awareness of rare sleep disorder
HE ONCE painted his ceiling in his sleep - and now Steve Chapman is speaking up in the hope of raising awareness of the extremely rare condition that he has been living with for the last 33 years.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Teenage Dream? Not for many young people
Almost 40% of teens who took part in a sleep study suffered from sleep disorders lasting for more than a month.
The Charlotte Observer
Can't fall asleep? Over-the-counter aids have a mixed record.
Every morning I am greeted by Facebook friends complaining of sleepless nights or awakenings.
Low iron in brain a sign of ADHD?
Teens who are in committed relationships and have good communication with their partner are among those most likely to get tested for HIV, a new study finds.