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The Benefits of Having a Steady Sleep Schedule

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Jun 28, 2018 2:31:00 PM

You've heard certain advice since you were a kid: breakfast is the most important part of the day, and you need to get a good night's sleep to be your very best.  Have you ever stopped to wonder if these statements are founded in fact or just simple wives' tales?

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Too Many Naps Can Hurt Your Sleep Health

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Mar 7, 2018 1:16:43 PM

Everyone knows that taking a brief nap during the day can work wonders for one's alertness and well-being, especially if one is not getting enough sleep at night. Naps, taken in moderation, can have remarkable benefits for neurological health.

However, according to Business Insider, a neuroscience and psychology professor at the University of California at Berkeley named Matthew Walker, warns that naps can cause harm if taken for too long or too late in the day. The naps that one takes to compensate for lack of sleep at night may be contributing to that lack of sleep.

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Topics: restful sleep, sleeping tips, best night's sleep, improve your sleep, Sleep, sleep better, lack of sleep, better night's sleep, good night's sleep, napping, benefits of napping, naps, sleeping schedule, sleep schedule, sleep habits, insufficient sleep, healthy sleep, sleep patterns, steady sleep schedule

Too Anxious to Sleep? Try These 3 Proactive Tips Before Bedtime

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Feb 21, 2018 9:05:00 AM


Sometimes it seems like the minute you slide into bed, your brain goes into overdrive. All the anxieties of today, yesterday, and the unforeseeable future come crashing down and you just can't sleep. Anxiety and stress are the most common sleep disruptions. And the relationship goes both ways: having anxiety can cause sleep problems, and sleep problems can cause anxiety.

If anxiety is interrupting your rest, try these three proactive tips to tackle stress before your head hits the pillow:

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Topics: develop a nightly routine, make your bedroom a relaxing oasis, relaxing bedroom, nightly routine for your child, Sleep, sleeping schedule, sleeping habits, sleep patterns

How Much Sleep Do Teenagers Need?

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Mar 2, 2017 10:15:00 AM

For many years, teenagers who stayed up late, overslept in the morning, and fell asleep in class were often characterized as having a discipline problem. But recent studies have championed the sleep-loving adolescent, showing that teenagers and pre-teens have good reason to hit the snooze button.

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Topics: good night's sleep, circadian rhythm, sleep patterns, sleep study

How Men and Women Sleep Differently

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Mar 4, 2016 1:36:18 PM

It’s often said that men are from Mars and women are from Venus, so it should come as no surprise that the two genders aren’t the same when it comes to sleep. The following are some important ways in which men and women sleep differently:

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How Certain Foods Can Affect Falling Asleep and Dreaming

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Mar 26, 2015 9:51:00 AM

How much you sleep determines a lot about your quality of life. Beginning the day after little or no sleep or a night of tossing and turning makes you sluggish throughout the day. Instead of applying yourself fully to your job or other responsibilities, you tend only to look forward to lying down again and attempting to recapture a semblance of rest. Productivity drops considerably with lost sleep.

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Topics: land of sleep, Dreaming, healthy sleep, interpreting dreams, sleep apnea, sleep patterns

Why You Shouldn't Use Electronics Before Going to Sleep

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Mar 24, 2015 10:12:47 AM

It’s a familiar scenario nowadays. You get to bed right after you finish checking your e-mail, sending off one last text, or fall asleep watching your favorite TV show, but it shouldn’t surprise anyone that these kinds of activities so close to bedtime are not healthy. No matter how much you try to fight it, as a human you are diurnal (active during the day, a sleeper during the night) by nature. In the old days, you didn’t have to worry about getting enough sleep. You would wake up with the sun as it lit your way during the day and turn in at night once it was dark. But with the advent of electricity, humans were able to artificially extend their waking hours. This isn't necessarily a bad thing but it does have the potential to become bad depending on how often you use electronics.

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Sleep Better: Why it's Important not to Interrupt Your R.E.M. Cycle

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Mar 3, 2015 12:44:16 PM

Sleep is essential for an individual to maintain overall wellness. This means creating a sleeping pattern that does not interrupt your rapid eye movement sleep stages. When REM is interrupted, you wake up groggy and tired without motivation to do anything that is required of you to do in your everyday life.

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