The conventional wisdom is that morning people are high achievers, go-getters, while late risers are lazy. But what if going to bed in the wee hours is actually an advantage?
Four out of five people say that they suffer from sleep problems at least once a week and wake up feeling exhausted. So how do you become a more successful sleeper?
Sleep experts agree that chronic poor sleep in general and obstructive sleep apnea in particular (OSA) in anyone, but especially in older adults, can be fatal. They say they're heartbreaking, literally.
Blue light makes the brain think it's time to wake up, just as you're getting ready for bed.
Before you go another night without proper sleep, take a look at these common sleep disorders. They could be keeping your body from getting the rest it needs.
For a sleep complaint to be considered a ‘disorder,’ there typically needs to be some type of clinical significance, such as disturbing symptoms, significant consequences, distress or functional impairment.
From insomnia to sleep terrors, here are the most common impediments to nightly rest.
Sleep Disorders Australia is a voluntary group offering assistance and support to those persons and their families who are living with sleep disorders throughout Australia. Membership is available to all sufferers, members of their family, medical professionals, and any member of the public who has an interest in the area of sleep disorders.
Learn more about sleep disorders including sleep apnea.
Insomnia is a common sleep problem for adults. The National Institutes of Health estimates that roughly 30 percent of the general population complains of sleep disruption.
Sleep Disorder Categories...