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7 Top Tips For a Good Night’s Sleep

Have you ever had trouble sleeping? Maybe your body feels tired but your mind won’t ‘switch off’? What would it mean to you to learn how to easily and effectively attain a good night’s sleep? How much more energy would you have? How much more could you achieve?

Respect Your Wake/Sleep Cycle

Regular wake sleep cycles are key to maintaining your biological rhythms. The single most important thing that you can do to regulate high, clean and balanced energy levels is to have a consistent wake and sleep time.

Sleeping Pattern Disruptions as a Result of Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease can disrupt a patient so much that they end up reversing their sleeping pattern completely and wanting to sleep all day and be awake and active all night.

What to Consider for Sleep Apnea Treatment

Apnea is simply an absence of inspiration and there are several kinds. Often obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is found in obese patients or patients with abnormal throat (oropharyngeal) anatomy. These patients have frequent obstructive apneas or reduced inspiration (hypopneas) during sleep. OSA leads to multiple sleep-time arousals and excessive sleepiness (hypersomnia) during the day. Central sleep apnea occurs when a patientโ€™s brain fails to send the signals to the breathing muscles. Itโ€™s treated with medication, medroxyprogesterone, a respiratory stimulant. Positional sleep apnea is treated by making back-sleeping uncomfortable for the patient.

Sleep Deprivation

The swfulness of sleep deprivation with a young baby and some ideas to make yourself feel better.

The Health Risks of Snoring

There are several reasons behind the occurrence of snoring. For example, individuals that possess an extended uvula frequently snore and obesity plays a significant role in whether an individual snores or not.

Snoring – Causes And Cures

A brief overview of what causes snoring and some so called “cures.”

Theories About Sleeping Position

There are many theories about good and bad sleeping positions. Practically everyone changes positions several times during sleep. Hence how one starts out is of no consequence. It is a good thing we do turn about in our beds. If we did not, we would awake in the morning stiff, having maintained the same position all night. For proper sleep, however, one should not sleep on oneโ€™s back but on the side with one or both legs brought well up and the head and the shoulder slightly forward.

How Long Should We Sleep

Another mystery about sleep is that no two persons need the same amount of sleep. Dr. Nathaniel Kleitman, Associate Professor of Physiology at the University of Chicago, who conducted years of extensive experiments at the Universityโ€™s “Sleeping Laboratory” says that there is no more a normal duration of sleep than there is normal height and weight. A study of 25 subjects spread over thousands of nights showed that the average amount of sleep needed to feel well rested is seven-and-a-half hours, though individuals varied from six to nine hours.

Theories of Sleep

Many theories of sleep have been advanced to explain the temporary loss of consciousness which we know as sleep. The oldest theory is that sleep is induced by a reduction in the blood supply to the brain or at least to conscious centres. This is known as ischemic theory.

Sleep: Restorative of Tired Body and Mind

Sleep is one of natureโ€™s greatest inventions and blessings of life. It is a periodic rest of the body which is absolutely essential for its efficient functioning. It has been called “most cheering restorative of tired bodies.”

Health – Sleep and Insomnia

A good sleep is important and the standard number of hours of sleep per day recommended by the experts is eight hours. Early to bed early to rise, the golden saying still applies in order to have good rest and health. The best time to bed is before 11.00pm and to rise is before 7.00am.

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