Day: July 1, 2008

What Do I Have to Know About the Sleep of My Child?

It is impossible to underestimate the importance of good sleep for proper development and wellbeing of your child. Sometimes, sleeping is the only way for very active children to rest and recover after their daily physical activities. Besides, the hormones that stimulate growth of human organism are mostly produced during sleep. Finally, children’s imagination is […]

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The Most Common Symptoms of Sleep Disorders

• Increased sleepiness in the daytime. • Regular loud snoring at night, especially accompanied with high blood pressure, problems with lungs and diabetes. • Frequent short periods of breathing cessation during sleep. • Dissatisfaction with the quality of sleep: «I need more than 30 minutes to fall asleep» «I frequently wake up at night» «I […]

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Sleep Disorders in Our Life

We spend about one third of our life sleeping, and having good regular sleeps is absolutely essential for everyone. Sleeping helps us to refresh our mind, have some rest after hard working days and maintain good health. However, nowadays not many of us can have regular healthy sleep. There are certain physiological conditions which bring […]

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