Category Archives: Insomnia News

Lack of Sleep , Insomnia and Chronic Pain

Research conducted on 214 people who suffer from chronic face and jaw pain finds that those who dwell less on their ailments may sleep better and experience less pain on a daily basis.  Those who maintain negative thoughts about their … Continue reading

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Short Sleep Duration and Workers Health

The Center for Disease Control analysed data collected from the  2010 National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) and based on the information  compared sleep duration by age group, race/ethnicity, sex, marital status, education, and employment characteristics. Overall, 30.0% of civilian employed … Continue reading

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Sleep Apnea and Women

Women do have trouble sleeping as this video shows .  Tossing and turning, waking up with a headache and sleepiness the next day are amongst some of the symptoms . Watch the video here Sleep Apnea and Women . CPAP machines are … Continue reading

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Women and Sleep Problems : Webinar 13 March By Dr Steven Park

Join Dr Steven Park tuesday 13 March discussing Women and Sleep Problems like Insomnia, PMS, Menopause , Sleep Apnea and other issues . You can ask Dr Park your questions upon registration – http://doctorstevenpark.com/ask-dr-park-womens-sleep-issues. Tweet This Post

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Daylight Saving Hazardous to Health

It is important to adjust your body clock starting a few days before daylight saving kicks in. Most workplace injuries and heart attacks happen on the first monday of the daylight savings ! http://www.loyolahealth.org/about-us/newswire/daylight-saving-time-can-be-hazardous-your-health Daylight saving adds to peoples’ lack … Continue reading

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Insomnia plaguing you? Tips for better sleep

Insomnia is usually the product of overstimulation . Avoid taking your cellphone to the bedroom and the light from the tv could be keeping you awake. Do not drink alcohol or eat late at night .As a physician who treats … Continue reading

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Getting Shocked: A Clinical Trial for Sleep Apnea

A new trial is being conducted with a hypoglossal nerve stimulator that conducts electric shock in order to stimulate the patient to breathe. … College of Wisconsin Sleep Disorders Program, discusses a clinical trial for sleep apnea, in which a … Continue reading

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Study: Sleeping Pills Linked to Increased Death Risk

Insomnia and Sleeping Pills are a bad mix when the pills are used on a long term basis . Insomnia could have serious underlying causes like diabetes, heart disease and even cancer.“Sedation worsens sleep apnea, for example, and we know … Continue reading

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Getting Up to Pee at Night? It May Be Because of Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea could be the main cause of your nocturnal visits to the bathroom. As your intake of oxygen level decreases because of interruption of breathing the message goes that you have to make a trip to the bathroom.A lot … Continue reading

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Sleep Apnea in Children: Symptoms and Treatment by Dr. Jeremy F …

Children are at risk of sleep apnea, particularly Obstructive Sleep Apnea. In infants it’s usually a case of craniofacial abnormalities; in pre-school to early grade school kids sleep apnea is usually due to swelling of the adenoids and tonsils or … Continue reading

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