How to Increase Access to Insomnia Therapies with the AASM’s Jennifer L. Martin

Sree Roy:Hello and welcome. I’m Sree Roy with Sleep Review and I’m thrilled to be here with Jennifer L. Martin, PhD, who became the president of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine Board of Directors on June 6th, 2022. During her one year term, Martin will lead an organization that has a joint membership of … Read more

7 Things To Help Your Kids Avoid Long-Term Health Issues

Let’s face it: Being a parent is more than a full-time job; it is a lifetime obligation. For most people, it is something you really want to do your best at. In addition to ensuring your kids are healthy and happy as children, you probably also want to help them succeed as adults. Luckily the two can go hand-in-hand. While nothing is foolproof, here are seven simple things you can do with your children to help them avoid a lifetime of health issues.

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How a More Connected Life Can Lead To Better Sleep

While quality sleep is important for health and, there are many adults who do not get an adequate happiness amount of sleep each night. Whether stress is the culprit or a hectic lifestyle, there can be many reasons why good sleep gets put on the back burner. While it may seem difficult to get the sleep that you need, it doesn’t have to be. Often, by making some simple life changes and tweaking the way that you look at your relationship to sleep, you can help resolve the issues that are preventing you from getting a good night’s sleep, and start feeling more rested.

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Does Your Bedroom Set the Mood for Sleep?

HGTV’s Drew and Jonathan Scott share their recommendation on methods to design a bed room for higher sleep With regards to designing (or adorning) a bed room, we are inclined to give attention to components that serve us after we’re awake. Soothing colours, perhaps a snug studying nook, household photos on our nightstand – all … Read more

6 Tools for Dealing With College Insomnia

Insomnia is common for college students because they often have to juggle assignments, work obligations, and social responsibilities. The gift of youth makes college-aged young adults feel invincible, so sleep is not made a top priority. Unfortunately, sleep deprivation can have adverse health consequences because rest promotes better physical, psychological, and mental wellness. The body heals itself and recharges best at night, so getting adequate rest is vital to prevent the onset of illnesses.

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Four Common Causes of Insomnia

A common sleep disorder known as insomnia can make it difficult to fall asleep, keep asleep, or lead you to awaken too early and have trouble falling back asleep. Your health, productivity, and quality of life can be negatively impacted by insomnia, in addition to your level of energy and mood. Individual sleep needs vary, but most individuals need 7 to 8 hours every night. However, short-term (acute) insomnia that lasts a day or weeks affects many individuals. Furthermore, others experience persistent long-term insomnia, which lasts for one month or longer. This article details a few causes of insomnia you should be aware of.

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