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The work of a physician at Bronson Methodist Hospital suggests that patients who quit breathing at times throughout the night may be helped by an implanted device that works like a pacemaker regulates heartbeat.
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Dave LeMote wipes down a post clock at Electric Time Company, Inc. in Medfield, Mass., on Friday.
This year for daylight saving time, spring forward without feeling tired, by following these five healthy tips from getting more sunlight to exercising before 5 p.m. daily.
If Charlie Brown had insomnia, this would be the weekend he'd probably be saying something like, "We've got another time change to worry about."
The hour of sleep lost by pushing the clocks ahead Sunday will hit some folks harder than others, but if getting enough good sleep is a regular problem, you could be one of a growing number of Americans afflicted with a sleep disorder.
Lack of sleep has a countless amount of setbacks: weight gain, depression , diabetes, irritability and work behavior issues are just some of the cons.
Daylight Saving Time begins on Sunday, March 9, 2014 at 2am. But did you know that moving that innocuous-seeming hour hand forward may pose a health risk for you? Sleep is essential for a person's health and well-being, according to the National Sleep Foundation .
Sleep is crucial to the essential function and well-being of our bodies, but for some getting more sleep may not be an option.
The Centers for Disease Control says America is in the midst of a sleep deprivation epidemic.
For overweight and obese adolescents, a lack of sleep may be linked to to a higher risk of developing diabetes, heart disease and stroke, Counsel and Heal reported.
Sleep is anything but a waste of time. While many people think of catching ZZs as the body "shutting off" until morning, nodding off actually activates a complicated process that helps you feel rested and healthy the next day.
A new application plans to help out with all those restless nights when falling asleep seems to be next to impossible, provided that your sleep disorder is related in any way to caffeine intake.
Franciscan St. Elizabeth Medical Director for sleep disorder Dr. Shahid Ahsan said it's important for people to prepare by going to sleep earlier.
A randomised placebo-controlled study by the University of Oxford suggests that higher levels of omega-3 DHA, the group of long-chain fatty acids found in algae and seafood, are associated with better sleep.
As most Canadians adjust clocks to daylight time this Sunday, a sleep disorder expert warns that losing the one hour of sleep could have some serious health consequences.