Thursday, January 22, 2015
Signs it’s time to see a sleep doctor
Sleeping is a natural function of the body, so it can be hard to tell when your “simple” sleep troubles are actually more complicated sleep disorders.
Many don’t even realize their poor sleep can affect other aspects of their health such as their overall heart health, managing diabetes and controlling
body weight. Many times, these sleep disorders…
Tuesday, January 06, 2015
On average, 45 percent of Americans usually make New Year’s resolutions, and one
of the most popular is to sleep more or set a better sleep schedule. Many start
out motivated in January, but find themselves losing steam by February and March.
Set yourself up for success by using an app to help track your progress and keep
yourself motivated when things get tough. Here are some of…
Monday, December 08, 2014
With dropping temperatures and shorter days, it can be hard to feel cheerful and jolly during the cold winter months. If you (or someone you know) seem to drop into a funk you just can’t shake around this time each year, you may be suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
SAD is a type of depression that occurs during the changing of seasons each year, usually beginning in the fall,…
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
It may not seem like a big deal if you lose a couple hours of sleep over the weekend. And it’s true: recovering from one night of poor or little sleep isn’t so bad. However, when you’re regularly sleeping less than the recommended amount a night (7-8 hours), things can go downhill fast.
Sleep is a major part of your overall health. Your body needs restorative sleep to clear toxins from the…