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Shorter dream-stage sleep may be related to earlier death

Time and time again, adequate sleep has been shown to be critical to daily functioning and long-term health. Sleep serves numerous roles: recovering energy for the brain, clearing waste products, and forming memories. Prior studies have clearly linked shortened sleep times to heart disease, obesity, reduced cognitive performance, worsened mood, and even a shorter life.… Read More »

Surgery hope for people with sleep apnoea

Australian experts say simple surgery could be a dream come true for the billion people around the world struggling with obstructive sleep apnoea – the potentially serious sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts. Risk factors for the condition include age and obesity and it’s more common in men. Symptoms include snoring loudly… Read More »

Couples Who Cuddle Sleep Better

Sleeping with a partner gets a bad rap lately because of how many people, mostly women, say they are fleeing their partners’ disruptive snoring and sleep apnea for a separate bed. Several years ago, researchers writing in the journal Sleep also found negatives from sleeping with a partner, sometimes called co-sleeping.1 They found it was… Read More »

What to sleep aid xl

Due to unusually high demand, we’re experiencing significant delays and limited item availability that will affect your delivery date. Ask a doctor before use if you have. Ask a doctor or pharmacist before use if you are taking sedatives or tranquilizers. When using this product avoid alcoholic drinks. Stop use and ask a doctor if… Read More »