Archive for the ‘Sleeping Tips’ Category


Insomnia Solutions

  Forty-eight percent of us will experience a bout of insomnia this year, and women are more likely to be affected than men. Researchers are discovering that insomnia is a risk factor for other serious maladies, including heart disease and depression. It often appears as a side effect of a different problem – pain from […]

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Bed Down

Sleeping tips: If you’re trying to lose weight, it may be time to go to the mattresses. In a University of Chicago study of overweight adults following a balanced, restricted-calorie diet, subjects lost 55 percent more weight as fat (almost two pounds) after two weeks when they slept for 8.5 hours each night compared with […]

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Wake Up with More Energy

Getting solid slumber can reduce your risk of heart disease, diabetes, and depression: make you more alert; and help you process information faster. Follow these sleeping tips to get restorative sleep. Booze isn’t really a liquid lullaby. Alcohol may help you fall asleep faster, but once your body begins to remove it from your system, […]

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Sleep Stealers

You got your baby to sleep through the night and later succeeded in getting her used to her own bed. By the preschooler age, she was falling asleep on her own. “That’s the end of that!” you might think. Or is it? The struggle for a good night’s sleep may be a continuing saga for […]

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Sleep on It!

A 20-minute nap can get you through the midday slump and boost your concentration when you need it the most. However, naps are not created equal. Some leave you feeling refreshed; others give you a bad headache. Here’s the news on sleeping tips. Benefits of a nap. Naps can reset the system and give a […]

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Sleep and Headache

When researchers surveyed 1,207 women and men, 76 percent reported they had migraine triggers. What set off their migraines? 50 percent named sleep disturbance. In a 2006 survey 79 percent of headache sufferers admitted they got hit when they overslept. But 66 percent said too little sleep was also a trigger. And Naps can be […]

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