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Do parents get to sleep-in anymore? by Sondra .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 03 Feb 2011 8:42pm My son and I started a family tradition a few years back of having sleepovers in the living room. We pull out our sleeping bags and a big pile of blankets and sleep on the floor. Sleepovers involve eating snacks while watching a movie (of his choosing) and staying up late. It’s great to see how excited he gets when we have a sleepover but just th ... Read on »
Sleep Rules by Kristin .. Posted Mon 23 Mar 2009 12:00am There's a bit of enthusiasm going on at our house. It's all because of these charts: The Sleep ChartsThanks to this book. {I know some of you read this when your little ones were little. Piper was sleeping 12 hours a night when she was an infant (thanks to BabyWise I think), before we moved her out of her crib. That's when disaster str ... Read on »
How to Get Enough Sleep by Donna Earnest Pravel Posted Mon 05 Nov 2012 9:49pm Hey y'all, I'm going to start doing videos on Bluebonnet Natural Healing Therapy and the first one is called "How to Get Enough Sleep." Let me share some interesting things about sleep. First, here is a chart from the showing how much sleep each person needs by age What happens when we sleep? While we ar ... Read on »
Treating CFS Sleep Dysfunction by Sue J. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 16 Sep 2009 10:12pm I'm doing much better this week - my two-week long crash seems to have finally ended - but last night I had the worst night's sleep I've had in years! No idea what went wrong - I took all the same bedtime meds I take every night - but I was up about 8 times during the night to go to the bathroom. As my doctor once told me, "You're not waking from ... Read on »
"Desperately Seeking Sleep? Meet Your New Best Friend..." by tremedicure Facebook Posted Fri 29 Oct 2010 9:31pm Another interesting article quoted by Dr. Mercola:- Are you getting a good night's sleep?               If not, you're not alone. Nearly two-thirds of all Americans complain of occasional sleeplessness. Nearly 40% of those polled said they wake up off and on throughout the night, while more than 25% said they wake up too early and just ... Read on »
The Top 6 Sleep Myths — Busted by Steven M. Posted Mon 16 Nov 2009 10:00pm The Top 6 Sleep Myths — Busted Reviewed by QualityHealth’s Medical Advisory Board Drinking alcohol makes you drowsy. Counting sheep makes you doze off. You can catch up on lost sleep over the weekend. When it comes to getting your Z’s, it can be difficult separating fact from fiction. But according to experts, knowing the facts can help imp ... Read on »
Get Some Sleep: Apnea beyond the CPAP by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Thu 27 Jan 2011 6:10pm from Lisa Shives, M.D., the founder of Northshore Sleep Medicine in Evanston, Illinois. She blogs on Tuesdays on The Chart. Last week, Dr. Shives talked about CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure), which is the gold standard therapy for obstructive sleep apnea. This week she discusses the other treatments. rea ... Read on »
Sleep! by HappyHealthyRunner Health MavenFacebook Posted Fri 13 Apr 2012 3:30pm Oh look, another round of infographic Friday ! I know you are all probably excited. Though I doubt you’re as excited right now  as when I posted my chart yesterday. I know, I know… I find this one especially fitting though since just yesterday I was talking about how I am going through another round of not getting enough sleep AND because I was ... Read on »
Fertility Charting: Random Thoughts by Jennifer Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 4:51pm Fertility charting is when you keep track of your waking temperature, cervical mucus and the position of your cervix to figure out when and if you are ovulating. It can be used as a form of birth control as well as a tool to help you become pregnant. A good place to start looking for fertility charting information is This ... Read on »
Source of Conflict by PM, RN Registered Nurse Posted Tue 27 Jan 2009 7:13pm This week was another one-day week, due to the stresses of travel and my jealous guarding of my precarious status. The clinical focus this week was Conflict. Given how all of the previous clinical foci had a way of turning up in unexpected ways throughout the day, I was a little apprehensive about what kind of situations would turn up. I'm a ... Read on »