What is Jet Lag? Causes, Symptoms, & Treatments for Jet Lag0

Everyday nearly 2 million people board planes to travel to destinations far from their homes. Many of these people will cross multiple time zones ending up in new locations many hours ahead or behind of what the traveler is used to. Considering our long history as a people, rapid travel is a very new development. […]

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This Is Your Brain Off Sleep0

The effects of sleep deprivation have vast implications on psychological, physical and social health, plus occupational well-being and driving safety, reports U.S. News & World Report. Total sleep deprivation (24-plus hours of being awake) can cause significant impairments in attention, memory and mood, with lesser effects on motor skills and complex tasks. The impact of chronic partial […]

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Why is my Baby Taking Such Short Naps?0

One of the most common concerns I hear from parents, especially of younger babies, is that their little ones will go down for naps with no fussing or protest, only to wake up half an hour later, clearly still tired, but refusing to go back to sleep. There’s actually a simple explanation for why this […]

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How Writing A Lullaby Can Help Struggling Mothers and Mothers-To-Be Bond With Their Babies 0

Motherhood, from pregnancy all the way to graduation, is a life-changing experience. One which shapes and grows us in ways that we never even thought possible.   The early years are arguably the most imperative ones for growth, and habits to be created. From this, many mothers look for innovative new ways to bond, and help […]

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Lullabies – Singing Baby To Sleep0

Everyone who has had a child – and even some who have only looked after a youngster – knows the pain of trying to lull them to sleep when they are restless, overtired, or unsettled. It can get stressful for the parent if their child refuses to settle, but a stressful atmosphere is not conducive […]

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The Nature of Sleep: Why We Sleep and How We Are Affected By Lack of Sleep0

According to research by the Edu Birdie review, older adults up to 65+ need 7-8 hours of quality sleep and newborns up to 3 months old need 14-17 hours.

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Sleep Study Advances Understanding of Emotions Experienced During Dreaming0

Researchers have identified a pattern of brain activity that predicts anger experienced during dreaming, according to a new study of healthy adults published in JNeurosci. The research could potentially inform efforts to understand the neural basis of the emotional content of nightmares, a feature of various mental and sleep disorders. Although emotions are experienced during […]

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The Nocturnal Brain with Dr Guy Leschziner0

We talk with Guy Leschziner, world-renowned neurologist, sleep physician and the author of a new book, The Nocturnal Brain: Tales of Nightmares and Neuroscience, a fascinating journey interweaving real life stories with cutting edge sleep science. This episode’s guest:   Dr Guy Leschziner is a consultant neurologist at London Bridge Hospital, the Cromwell Hospital and […]

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3 Things Entrepreneurs Must Know To Sleep Better0

This week was filled with a little travel, and some relaxing down time for reading. I really enjoy Entrepreneur magazine and last week was a story on why Entrepreneurs need more sleep. I liked this idea so much that I have decided to expand upon it a little more here because let’s face it in […]

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