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How much do you know about narcolepsy?

Narcolepsy is a neurological disorder that alters sleep-wake cycles, the 24-hour biological cycles of sleep and wake that drive our urge and need for rest and activity. Narcolepsy is perhaps best known for a single symptom—a sudden, overwhelming urge to sleep that can...

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Sleep Your Way to Happiness, Love and Romance!

Valentine’s Day.  Hearts, chocolate, roses, romance… and sleep?  It may be surprising, but not getting enough sleep significantly impacts more than just our physical health. Sufficient sleep directly affects the health, quality and even the choices we make in our...

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Sleep On It:  Fact or Fiction?

“Let me sleep on it.”  A common phrase that can mean one or more of the following: I want to delay telling you that the answer is “no.” I can’t make up my mind, so ask me tomorrow. I really need to think about it before making a decision. Does “sleeping on it” make a...

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Sleep Can Help – Whatever it is!

We know that we just feel better after a good night’s sleep – or at least most of us know the opposite.  The Centers for Disease Control calls sleep deprivation a public health epidemic in the US, with more than 30% of adults getting less than 6 hours of sleep every...

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Could You Be Sleep Drunk?

If you wake up confused and disoriented you may be experiencing confusional arousal or “sleep drunkenness.” When you are “sleep drunk” you may wake up with slowed speech, appear to be hard to fully wake up, or fail to remember things from the night before.  Scientists...

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Obstructive Sleep Apnea 101

Have you heard of obstructive sleep apnea? It’s a sleep disorder that gets overlooked—a lot. As many as 80% of people with OSA may not even know they have it. That’s a shame, for a number of reasons. OSA can really wreak havoc with a sound night’s sleep. A lot of...

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Sleep More to Weigh Less!

Most resolutions focus on health and self-improvement, and losing weight is consistently at the top of the resolution list.  Keeping a healthy relationship with the scale can be a life-long battle.  Exercise and eating a balanced and appropriate diet is not an easy...

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