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New Research Suggests Political Events Impact Sleep

Major political and societal events can have dramatic impacts on psychological health and impact sleep and emotional well-being.

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Sleep Apnea Diagnosis Panics Reporter Until He Finds A Simple, No-Cost Solution

The lab technician who watched me all night via video feed told me that I had “wicked sleep apnea” and that it was “central sleep apnea,” a type that originates in the brain and fails to tell the muscles to inhale.

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Too Much Or Too Little Sleep Is Bad For You

Seven hours is the ideal amount of sleep for people in their middle age and upwards, with too little or too much little sleep associated with poorer cognitive performance and mental health.

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Sleep Of Five Hours Or Less May Increase Risk Of Dementia, Death

Sleep and health are inextricably connected. New research explores the connection between sleep disturbances and deficiencies among older adults and risk of dementia and death.

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When Falling Asleep Is An Elusive Chore

I can feel a good night’s sleep coming on like I can sense a weather change. I can also feel a bad one. There’s nothing more frustrating than tossing and turning as you watch the clock digits move slowly past midnight, then 1 a.m., and beyond.

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How To Use Yoga To Sleep Better During The Pandemic

Whether due to illness, altered work schedules, or social distancing, COVID-19 has impacted us all personally.

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