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  • Creating New Bedtime Routines for Children

    Dr. Robert Oexman, director of Sleep to Live Institute and writer for Huffington Post&#s Healthy Living, shared some great tips on getting children back on track to better sleep, health and learning. Eliminate electronics: Research continues to link electronics with sleep disturbance, and even sleep deficiency and lower grades among...
  • Training the Bladder to Avoiding Incontinence

    According to AmericanNurseToday.com, about 25 million Americans experience incontinence. It's a subject that many avoid talking about. Women are particularly plagued with this issue. Health.com shared a list of things one can do to avoid incontinence, through bladder training. Watch your liquid intake. Log trips to the bathroom in a...
  • Eight Shocking Side Effects of Sleep Deprivation

    The National Sleep Foundation recommends the average person should catch seven to nine hours of sleep each night. Lack of sleep can lead to several health issues including heart problems and obesity. HuffingtonPost Healthy Living recently shared a list of eight scary side effects caused by a lack of sleep...
  • Sleep Tips for Surviving Daylight Savings

    Daylight savings time is coming up on March 10. Most Americans will lose an hour of sleep as clocks move ahead. With so many Americans who are sleep deprived, losing any amount of sleep can be detrimental. Sleep deprivation can impact your mood, performance at work and overall health. An...
  • Good Sleep for Children Leads to Better Memories

    New research shows that children who get a good night's rest have increased memory. This could explain why children who don't sleep well also don’t perform well in school. The study suggests children who sleep better more effectively convert implicit knowledge (doing something without actually knowing how) to explicit knowledge...
  • Foods to Avoid Before Bed

    Huffpost Live shared a list of foods to avoid before bed. Some we’ve heard before, but others may be a surprise! You can watch the full video at HuffpostLive.com. Photo Credit: LastRicksResort.blogspot.com via Google Images   Caffeine can actually stay in your system for up to 10 hours. If you...
  • Parents Aren’t as Sleep Deprived as They Think

    A new study in the American Journal of Epidemiology reports that parents aren't losing as much sleep as they think they are. The research was compiled from 1989 to 2008 by the Wisconsin Sleep Cohort Study. Participants tracked their sleep, how tired they felt during the day and the amount...
  • Temperatures Effect on Sleep

    Over the years, studies have shown that temperature can affect quality of sleep. An article on NYTimes.com stated the optimal temperatures for sleep fall right around 60 to 68 degrees Fahrenheit. Temperatures that fall above or below that have been found to lead to restlessness. In fact, several studies have...
  • Lack of Sleep Linked to Suicide Risk

    A recent study from Georgia Regents University found when people lose the hope of getting a good night's sleep, their risk of suicide increases. "It turns out insomnia can lead to a very specific type of hopelessness and hopelessness by itself is a powerful predictor of suicide, " said Dr...
  • Sharing a Bed? Two Can’t Play at that Game

    There are several common co-sleeping issues that women have reported. A recent article from Oprah.com discusses how these problems can be solved and how women can regain their sleep. Men fall asleep as soon as their heads hit the pillow: John Dittami, an Austria-based sleep researcher and co-author of...

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