Here is yet another reason that sleeping problems can have serious long term repercussions – researchers at the National Cancer Institute have reported that women who consistently slept less than seven hours a night have a 47% higher risk of cancer.
There is something downright luxurious about a really good night’s sleep, so it only goes to follow that consistent high quality sleep is one of the best gifts you can give the ones you give friends and family this holiday season – especially if they…0
You’re already aware that you have more energy when you get a good night’s sleep, and that sleeping problems make it difficult for you to function properly during the day. However, you may not be aware that regular sleep also improves your memory and your…0
A recent article in the New York Times covers a recent sleep study that revealed something the Speed Sleep team is already well aware of – that taking a quick power nap is a much more effective way to combat fatigue and sleep problems than…0
How many times have you skipped going to the gym in favor of sleeping in? Chances are it has happened more than once, especially if you have sleeping problems – but if you start to pay attention to the quality of your sleep, the likelihood…0
MSNBC.com has a great article about sleep deprivation, the problems it causes, and most importantly, possible solutions and fixes for most common sleeping problems.0
A survey conducted in 2007 showed that nearly 70% of moms would rather sleep or have uninterrupted time to themselves than to be served breakfast in bed. Less than 20% would choose to spend time with their spouse or partner if they were given an…0
A recent study performed by researchers at the National Cancer Institute has linked sleep deprivation to an increased risk of cancer, Reuters Health Information reports. The study shows that a consistent sleeping problem (regularly sleeping less than seven hours a night) can lead to a…0