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Sleep Deprivation

Reading On A Screen Before Bed Might Be Killing You

The Huffington Post | Damon Beres | Posted 12.23.2014 | Technology

You've heard that using screens before bedtime can mess with your sleep, but new research suggests the problem is even more serious. Reading from a...

A Scientific Case For Starting The Workday At 10 A.M.

The Huffington Post | Carolyn Gregoire | Posted 12.15.2014 | Science

Sleep deprivation has become a bigger and bigger problem in the U.S., with 40 percent of adults getting less than the recommended seven to nine hours ...

How Meditation Can Help You Get A Good Night's Sleep

Kirsi Paalanen | Posted 12.11.2014 | Healthy Living
Kirsi Paalanen

Meditation takes on many, many forms. It can be deep breathing for a few minutes, singing or listening to soothing music. All in all it is a great tool to ease and calm the mind whatever form you choose to use. I can say personally that meditation was the most effective thing I did that finally got me a good night's sleep.

Yagana Shah

Study Finds Disturbing Link Between Sleep Problems And Dementia

HuffingtonPost.com | Yagana Shah | Posted 12.10.2014 | Fifty

It's bad enough being one of the millions of people suffering from sleep-disturbing conditions like emphysema and sleep apnea, waking up tired or havi...

'Blank Space' Parody Is A Sleep-Deprived Mom's Ode To Coffee

The Huffington Post | Caroline Bologna | Posted 12.10.2014 | Parents

From staying up all night with the baby to those never-ending piles of laundry and dishes, parenting is tough work that results in some serious sleep ...

The Real Reason You're Not Losing Weight

Sam Cannell | Posted 12.10.2014 | Healthy Living
Sam Cannell

Getting enough shut-eye is vital to losing weight and also maintaining optimum health.

How to Get to Sleep Without Trying or Putting in Effort

Bernadette Farrell | Posted 12.05.2014 | Healthy Living
Bernadette Farrell

It's 5 a.m. and you've only now dropped off to sleep. You have spent the best part of the night tossing and turning in your bed. Why has it taken un...

Holiday Stress-Less

Margaret Marshall | Posted 12.05.2014 | Healthy Living
Margaret Marshall

December can reach both sides of the spectrum by being the most exciting and fun month, or the most depressing and lonely. It's the month that peopl...

Thanksgiving and Sleep Deficiency

Stuart F. Quan, M.D. | Posted 12.03.2014 | Healthy Living
Stuart F. Quan, M.D.

One of most meaningful holidays for all Americans is Thanksgiving, the last Thursday in November. It is the time when millions of us travel near and f...

Here's How To Get More Restful Sleep Tonight

The Huffington Post | Leigh Weingus | Posted 12.03.2014 | Healthy Living

It's no secret that sleep is crucial to our concentration, health and happiness. On the flip side, not getting enough sleep can lead to serious health...

Is Caffeine Keeping You Awake at Night?

Bernadette Farrell | Posted 11.24.2014 | Healthy Living
Bernadette Farrell

I can't remember exactly how long the headache lasted, but I think it was about two days. But the upshot of it all was that I got my sleep back on track. I was able to get into bed at night and when I fell asleep, I stayed asleep. I was like a new woman -- I felt great.

11 Things That Happen If You Don't Get Enough Sleep

The Huffington Post | Sarah Klein | Posted 11.24.2014 | Healthy Living

We don't have to tell you that you're likely to feel pretty grumpy after a night of too little sleep. But there are a handful of very real physical...

From Hypnos to the Heavenly Bed: A Brief History of Sleep

Arianna Huffington | Posted 11.18.2014 | Healthy Living
Arianna Huffington

Though the need for sleep has been a constant throughout human history, how we feel about it has gone through dramatic changes over the years. We're now in the process of renewing our estranged relationship, especially as science, in the last two decades or so, has validated much of the ancient wisdom about the importance of sleep. Now that we have the means to get, relative to most of human history, the most unprecedentedly blissful sleep ever, we should allow ourselves to enjoy it. We live in a time in which we're plugged in and hyperconnected, often from the moment we wake up until the instant we drift off. Let's savor and safeguard sleep, not just for its performance benefits but for the special way it allows us to connect with ourselves. During the daytime technology allows us to travel across distance and space, but during the nighttime our dreams allow us to travel across time, spanning and connecting different parts of ourselves, allowing our senses of intuition and wisdom to flourish.

Is Being A Night Owl Ruining Your Health?

KnowMore TV | Posted 11.25.2014 | Healthy Living
KnowMore TV

To find the few studies that say people who burn the midnight oil and snooze until noon are smarter and perform better on cognitive tasks taken later in the day than early birds, you may have to pull an all-nighter.

Awake at the Wheel: Healthy Sleep Project Launches Campaign to Decrease Avoidable Drowsy Driving-Related Motor Vehicle Accidents

Timothy Morgenthaler, MD | Posted 11.11.2014 | Healthy Living
Timothy Morgenthaler, MD

Healthy sleep is essential to promote optimal alertness behind the wheel and prevent drowsy driving. Stay "Awake at the Wheel" to protect yourself, your passengers and other drivers from avoidable, life-threatening accidents caused by drowsiness.

How This CEO Functions on Less Than Six Hours of Sleep and Still Runs a Successful Business

Quora | Posted 11.05.2014 | Business
Quora

I don't have a multi-million dollar company (yet), but I'm one of those CEOs who function on 3-5 hours of sleep. No, there aren't any drugs involved, nor is there poor management (as far as I know). It's a variety of things.

Waking Up to Our Teenage Sleep Problem

Tom Allon | Posted 10.28.2014 | New York
Tom Allon

There are some problems in society that are irrefutable and also relatively easy to fix. We sometimes fool ourselves by saying that these issues are p...

Chuck Self-Care: What Women Really Need Is Cave Time

Karen Brody | Posted 12.27.2014 | Women
Karen Brody

Ever notice how the moment you say, "Everything's great!" This seems to trigger a green light for the "Life Is About to Get Really Bad" sign goes up on your door?

What Really Happens If You Don't Get Enough Sleep

Yahoo | Posted 10.26.2014 | Healthy Living

You toss, you turn. You wake up in the middle of the night. You've tried going to bed early. You've tried staying up late hoping you'll eventually cra...

Why the F**k Can't I Go to Sleep?: Pregnancy and Postpartum Sleep Issues

MotherWoman | Posted 12.12.2014 | Parents
MotherWoman

By Mara Acel-Green, LICSW Go the F**k to Sleep, a book written in 2011 by Adam Mansbach, was an instant hit among parents, as was the recent blog pos...

Love in the Middle of the Night

Nicole Rosengren | Posted 12.09.2014 | Parents
Nicole Rosengren

Laying here tonight I wonder why motherhood no longer seems to have the same luster it did when I first gave birth, why I feel like a shadow tending to someone else's footsteps. Where did the allure go? I think it's must be with all of the socks that have gone missing in the dryer.

The Well-Rested Woman: 7 Field Notes for Inner Peace

Karen Brody | Posted 12.07.2014 | Women
Karen Brody

Most women today are deeply, profoundly exhausted. They don't feel they have permission to rest and just be. I've been taking field notes for years on the art of the well-rested woman. Here are my notes.

15 Reasons the Pacifier Fairy Won't Be Visiting My Home

Leyna Juliet Weber | Posted 11.30.2014 | Parents
Leyna Juliet Weber

Many parents debate when the pacifier love affair should end. My husband and I have taken a joint position on this one

5 Reasons She Might Not Want More Kids

Kim Schenkelberg | Posted 11.23.2014 | Parents
Kim Schenkelberg

I cannot speak from a man's perspective, but I can absolutely appreciate why a woman is reluctant to journey down the pregnancy path while holding a toddler on her hip.

Is Your Child a Mouth-Breather? There's New Help at the Dentist

Janet Carlson | Posted 11.19.2014 | Healthy Living
Janet Carlson

If your child is a mouth-breather, take her to the allergist and pediatric ENT, yes. But don't stop there. Find a dentist or other airway expert who can join in treatment of the whole picture for the whole child. You'll sleep better for it.