Why Sleep Deprivation is Increasing

September 19, 2022

Are you sleeping well? If not, you’re not alone. Between 50 and 70 million Americans struggle with sleep.As sleep deprivation increases, so do health hazards related to sleeplessness. Lack of sleep causes injuries from accidents, illnesses from a lower immune system, and even deadly dis...Read More

Gender Sleep Differences: Men vs. Women

September 1, 2022

We know that men and women have their differences, but did you know that those differences also apply to the way we sleep?While we know much about the health benefits of sleep, there are important differences between how men sleep and how women sleep. This includes their susceptibility to slee...Read More

4 Ways to Help Your Spouse with CPAP

August 16, 2022

2 in 5 Americans have left a relationship because of their partner’s poor sleeping habits! Most can only last for 1 1/2 hours with a snoring partner before asking them to move, and 56% would rather sleep alone. 90 million Americans snore, and 50% of those have OSA or obstructive sleep a...Read More

How Constant Fatigue Can Be a Sign of a Sleep Disorder

August 8, 2022

Sleep is not only essential for our daily wellness and wakefulness, but it directly impacts our physical health. Not getting enough meaningful sleep can contribute to a number of different wellness issues. A sleep disorder can really throw our circadian rhythms out of wack, which can make our ...Read More

Back to School: How to Set Childrens Sleep Schedules

July 18, 2022

Children need about 9-11 hours of sleep each night – that’s a lot! But adequate sleep is critical to keeping them both cooperative and healthy.Sleep patterns matter nearly as much as getting the proper amount. Kids thrive on routine.This becomes especially important when s...Read More

What Is REM Sleep?

July 5, 2022

Sleep is essential for physical and mental wellbeing. Sleep is our body’s chance to restore and revitalize for the day ahead. But did you know that there are different types of sleep? REM sleep is one of the most interesting stages of sleep—when we dream and our brains are active. It is also ...Read More

Race, Ethnicity and Gender May Be Common Factors in Sleep Disorders

June 19, 2022

Race, ethnicity, and gender are common factors that play a significant role in many areas of an individual’s life. These factors often relate to intertwining issues of health, socioeconomic status, and the ability to find care. The COVID-19 pandemic, for example, disproportionately affected ...Read More

Music Can Help You Sleep Better at Night

June 2, 2022

Our fast-paced world consistently produces enemies of sleep. Technology, unhealthy diets, and general stress contribute to rising instances of sleep disorders.Just because the world runs 24/7 doesn’t mean we have to, though. There are plenty of ways to hack your routine and get some much...Read More

The Relationship Between Anxiety and Insomnia

May 17, 2022

If you suffer from anxiety, it likely influences most aspects of your daily life. From ordering food at a restaurant to talking on the phone, anxiety has a tendency to make simple tasks exhausting.Unfortunately, anxiety may be affecting you in ways you aren’t aware of—particularly durin...Read More

RLS During Pregnancy: How to Relieve Restless Legs Syndrome

May 2, 2022

Pregnancy comes with its fair share of annoying (when not downright debilitating) symptoms. Morning sickness, insomnia or trouble sleeping, heartburn, and an almost constant urge to use the toilet might already be on your radar. But there is something much more bizarre that you might be dealin...Read More

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