The first official month of 2009 is wrapping up. Hopefully your New Year’s resolution included improving your quality of sleep. If not, here are more articles to stress the importance of sleeping.
It’s an obvious fact to say that getting enough exercise will improve people’s health. What may be unknown is that exercising can improve the overall quality of sleep, especially if you are affected with periodic leg movements (PLM).0
ANN ARBOR, Mich., Jan. 16, 2009 — Use of prescription sleep drugs nearly tripled among 18- to 24-year-olds between 1998 and 2006, according to a study released today by the Healthcare business of Thomson Reuters.0
Obesity in itself is a problem. Now, a study included in the February issue of the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine has tied the subjects of obesity and problematic sleeping to serious health tribulations.0
It’s the week of finals and you have to crunch four subjects in your brain while completing a seven-page research paper on the life of the Asian Tiger. The hours of bouncing back and forth from subject to subject seem endless. Sleeping takes a back…0
The human brain is central command for the body. It controls breathing, movements, senses and a billion other actions that are needed to keep the body functioning. There are, however, obstacles that can side track the brains functions and can result in life threatening injury…0
http://tinyurl.com/9h3x74 Check out this Tiny URL for an independent review of Speed Sleep for the Denver Technology Examiner. Kevin Rook, a researcher and writer for Examiner.com concludes the article in saying “If it works for you as well as it has worked for me then…0
Farmers in Canada are experiencing sleeping problems due to stress brought on by the economy. Farmers especially need to get the designated seven to eight hours of sleep because their job requirements are more demanding than most occupations.0