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Archive | April, 2013


Outsmarting Summer Heat and Humidity to Achieve the Best Rest

Beautiful summer weather is right around the corner, and we’re just as excited about it as you are! Unfortunately, with longer days and yummy barbeques comes humidity. Often times high moisture levels in the air make getting, and staying asleep more difficult. Air conditioners work wonders in cooling down small rooms. However, they’re not always […]

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Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) in Children Linked to Hindered Cognitive Abilities

Researchers at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, located in Baltimore, Maryland tested 31 children (19 had OSA, 12 did not) to get a grip on just how much Obstructive Sleep Apnea can affect a child’s developing brain. While the occasional halting of breathing may not seem like a cause for concern, it very well […]

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Sleeping Less Than Six Hours a Night for a Week Affects over 700 Genes

Typically, when we think of sleep-deprivation, side effects that openly manifest themselves come to mind such as: a lack of energy, poor motor skills, and poor work performance, to name a few. While those noticeable consequences from a sleepless night are generally applicable, losing out on sleep affects our body on a biological level, too. […]

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