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Identify Your Sleep Problem: Insomnia, Sleep Apnea, and Other Common Disorders by BeWell A. Posted Thu 18 Sep 2008 8:51am Everyone has a bad night once in a while. Dogs barking, the wind howling, or overeating may make it difficult to sleep. It is estimated that 35% of adults have occasional sleep problems, which can have many causes. Insomnia The medical term for difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep is insomnia. Insomnia can include: Difficulty g ... Read on »
Is Insomnia Really A Sleep-Breathing Problem? by Dr. Steven P. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 10 Feb 2009 12:31pm Sleep doctors have always thought of insomnia as a behavioral or stress aggravated issue, and the standard ways of treating this all-too-common condition is to either give sleeping pills or have the patient undergo cognitive behavioral therapy. However, a recent study directed by Dr. Barry Krakow at the Sleep and Human Health Institute is looking ... Read on »
Sleep Problems Associated with Behavioral Difficulties in Children by Jeremiah D. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Fri 03 Oct 2008 12:52pm This article reviews recent research into the relationship between insomnia (and other sleep problems) and behavioral problems, in children. According to the article, the researchers assessed the children based on weight, sleep-disordered breathing (SDB), other sleep-related difficulties, as well as their behavior.  The study determined the add ... Read on »
Monday Medical News - Sleep & Chronic Illness by Jamee .. Posted Mon 17 May 2010 8:17am Today's article comes from and provides tips on dealing with sleep issues related to chronic illness!  I found it very helpful as I know when chronic illness I can be so tired and exhausted yet still have issues sleeping due to pain!  Hope you find this helpful as well! Sleep and Chronic Illness Sleep problems can be du ... Read on »
Sleep Without Drugs Using Natural Products by franklinb Posted Wed 08 Dec 2010 11:34pm Why Do I Have Trouble Sleeping? The answer depends on a variety of factors really. Stress is a leading cause of sleepless nights, whether it's from stress at work, finances, relationships or other issues in your life. Lifestyle is another reason why people have problems sleeping. Shift work can take a toll on your body, especially if i ... Read on »
Sleep troubles and their connection to mood by Atlanta Mom .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Jun 2009 12:27pm From the UK, more evidence that insomnia, sleep problems, and sleep deprivation all take a serious toll on mental health. Postpartum Depression certainly causes and can be exacerbated by sleep issues. Below is a more HERE. Anyone who has ever had to suffer a sleepless night will know just how disruptive it can be. The following ... Read on »
Get a good nights sleep - beat insomnia by Joanne M. Patient Expert Posted Thu 09 Jul 2009 4:06pm Sleep problems can greatly affect your health. Disturbed sleep on a regular basis can result in mood swings, lack of concentration, stress and in severe cases can even lead to depression. It is natural to have the occasional sleepless night but if you find yourself regularly tossing and turning for hours every night, here are a few tips to help you ... Read on »
In Search of Natural Sleep Remedies by Doris C. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sun 21 Mar 2010 8:58pm For reasons unknown, I wasn’t able to get a full sleep last night. I thought this could be caused by the cold tablet I had before bedtime but it seemed weird to me that this could be the cause. So I made it a point to read about some natural sleep remedies to promote health sleep. I believe insomnia or sleep problems have become a modern’s ... Read on »
Teen Suicide and Sleep Problems Linked by Dr. Steven P. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 09 Mar 2011 10:15pm Teenagers who thought about suicide or attempted suicide were found to have more sleep problems. A recent study reported that sixty percent of teens 15 to 17 who engaged in suicidal behavior reported sleep problems at ages 12 to 14. Forty-seven percent of teens who had suicidal thoughts but did not engage in suicidal behavior reported sleep pro ... Read on »
Your Treatment to Sleep Problems by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Mon 04 Oct 2010 11:02pm Insomnia is a problem that strikes some people either as a constant problem or takes place now and then. Regardless of how regularly you suffer from insomnia it’s crucial to get help and understand the mechanics in getting the best night’s rest possible. A good night’s sleep begins with finding sleep problem t ... Read on »