The Sleep Center

Stress and Sleeplessness in American Lives

Apparently, the increased scrutiny of the issues that face our country and world, brought on by the presidential election, is causing many Americans to suffer sleepless nights. Between the struggling economy, the threat of climate change and the US’s international conflicts, it’s no surprise that…

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SpeedSleep’s Links of the Week

Since it’s Friday, here are your sleep-related links of the week! SpeedSleep suggests you stay up-to-date on your sleep news, for your own health benefits. Yet another study proves that too little sleep can cause increased risk of heart disease.

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Will playing the didgeridoo help you sleep better?

According to this article, the indigenous Australian instrument helps combat sleep apnea and disruptive snoring. Because disordered sleeping is often the result of weakened and collapsed upper airways, playing the instrument is considered therapeutic for patients who are awoken in the night by breathing issues….

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Sleep Problems and Breast Cancer

Loss of sleep due to sleep disorders has been linked with the likelihood of various other diseases like heart disease, obesity, diabetes and depression. But now, lack of sleep for women could create additional dangers. The findings from a new study done in Japan suggest…

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5 Things Causing Your Exhaustion

First of all, we know here at Speed Sleep that a large number of people are kept awake by sleep disorders, like sleep apnea or restless leg syndrome. But along with these sleep problems, what else could be causing your sleepness nights and resultant fatigued…

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10 Reasons to Keep Sleeping

At Speed Sleep, we are constantly telling you the positive effects of getting more and better sleep. Our sleep techniques were created to help you fall asleep faster and procure quality sleep in a short time span. If you still need convincing, here are the…

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