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Monthly Archives: April 2014

  • Researchers Find Improved Sleep Helps With Treatment of Chronic Pain

    A study conducted at the University of Warwick is revealing that among other positive impacts of improved sleep, when chronic pain patients are provided with tools that improve the quality and quantity of their sleep, it has a dual benefit on their wellbeing. Continue reading

  • Ten Good Reasons To Make Sleep A Priority

    There are hundreds of excellent reasons for why we all need to pay more attention to our sleep patterns and make sure that we are getting at least eight hours of sleep per night, to make sure we are operating at our peak. But even more than sleeping in order to improve ourselves, some of the most important reasons for making sleep a priority have to do with the health risks posed by not getting enough rest. Here are ten things you may not have known that sleep deprivation could do to you. Continue reading

  • The Consequences of Insufficient Sleep

    The amount of sleep that people in America are getting each night has been a topic of increasing interest over the last several years, as more and more studies are revealing the myriad ways that sleep boosts our improvement and health and, conversely, the ways that not getting enough sleep can harm us. Continue reading

  • Arianna Huffington – Sleep Crusader

    Arianna Huffington is one of the most powerful and recognized women in America. The Greek-American author and columnist runs the popular news website The Huffington Post, and has even run for Governor of the state of California. In 2009 Forbes named her one of the most influential women in media, so when she becomes passionate about a new topic, people tend to sit up and pay attention, and in recent days Huffington has become passionate about the topic of sleep – and specifically about getting enough of it.  Continue reading

  • Management’s Role in Better Sleep

    It’s been several years since Harvard School of Medicine sleep medicine professor Charles A. Czeisler wrote his Harvard Business Review article titled, “Sleep Deficit: The Performance Killer,” but there are excerpts from that article that still manage to attract a lot of interest, particularly when he said, “We would never say, “This person is a great worker! He’s drunk all the time!” Continue reading

  • Sleep Lessons Learned from NASA

    There has been a great deal of research done and conclusions written about the impact that the rising and setting of the sun have on our daily sleep cycles, and sleep researchers hoping to help those suffering from insomnia have used this research to assist people with sleep hygiene.  We know that waking up early and getting out and spending time in the sunlight during the day helps us to restore our circadian rhythms, and we know that the use of television and other blue-light devices such as tablets, computers and cell phones close to our bedtime can wreak havoc with the body’s recognition of when it is time to go to sleep. Now NASA, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, is providing even more conclusive evidence that not having the proper exposure to standard daylight and nightfall have a dramatic impact on our ability to function. Continue reading

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