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  • Scientists Confirm Link Between Sleep Aids and Dementia

    Being able to get a good night’s sleep should be high on everybody’s list of priorities, as there is extensive evidence that lack of sleep has a number of negative effects on our physical and mental well being. But a new study has warned that not every approach to getting more sleep has positive results, and may even work against us in the long term. According to researchers at the University of Washington, the use of some over-the-counter sleep aids over a long period of time can have a long-lasting impact on our mental health. Continue reading

  • Using Orange Glasses For a Better Night’s Sleep

    We’re all used to putting on a pair of sunglasses before we head out to the beach or behind the wheel of our car on a sunny day, but how would you feel about putting them on for a few hours before bedtime? Sound funny? Continue reading

  • Forget These Myths About Sleep

    When it comes to the topic of sleep, it seems like everybody is an expert. There are so many different opinions and reports floating around about what to do to get a better night’s sleep or what might be interfering with our ability to get one that it’s hard to know who to trust. Here are several sleep myths that have been being passed around for many years, and which we are giving you permission to stop paying attention to. They’re not true, and some of them may even be interrupting your ability to get a good night’s sleep. Continue reading

  • Persistent Insomnia Linked to Higher Risk of Mortality

    The connection between premature death and the inability to get a good night’s sleep is the subject of extensive study. Several researchers have already concluded that sleep deprivation and insomnia are linked to a number of serious health issues, but a recent study has made an important distinction: it has shown that the risk of premature death is far greater among those who have persistent insomnia then those who experience intermittent insomnia. Continue reading

  • Think Sleep Doesn’t Matter? Look at What Missing Half an Hour Can Do

    This ones for all those people who decide to read just one more chapter, or play one more round of their video game because they think that missing half an hour of sleep can’t make that big a difference. A group of researchers from Will Cornell Medical College in Doha, Qatar just completed a study that shows that consistently losing half an hour of sleep can have a long-term impact on both body weight and metabolism. Continue reading

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