Category: You and Your Sleep

Teenagers And Sleep Disorder Risk

The importance of sleep for kids and teenagers is very well known. As one of the recent studies have shown, today’s teenagers should have at least 7 hours of sleep every night (read more about this study about teenagers and sleep needs of theirs). At the same time, a great number of parents and moms […]

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Changing Sleep Patterns Are Linked To Increased Risk of Weight Gain

Most of us like sleeping much longer in the weekends compared to week days. Friday night we usually stay longer, watch night TV shows, chat with our friends online, go to night clubs, or have any other kind of fun. We go to sleep late, and then wake up late in the morning, changing our […]

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Too Little Sleep Is Linked To Increased Risks Of Diabetes And Obesity

The dangers of having too little sleep are known, and such a common problem as having a chronic lack of sleep can sometimes lead to very serious effects, including chronic fatigue syndrome, psychological and mental disorders, increased risks of some serious cardiovascular diseases, and so on. Some of us usually have too little sleep due […]

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Sleep And Caffein Effects On Our Sleep

A lot is known about the effects of caffeine on our sleep. Along with such factors as stresses, worries, pains, or incorrect sleeping environment, which can seriously affect our sleep, increased caffeine consumption can also have negative effects on our sleep. Most of the people notice that they can not fall asleep after drinking too […]

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Good Sleep Habits Are Not Known In China

The problem of not getting enough of sleep, developing good sleep habits and taking most benefits from restful night’s sleep is very well familiar to many of us. A great deal of people in modern Europe and the US suffer from various sleep disorders, from chronic insomnia to sleep apnea, and are looking for answer […]

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