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  1. How To Get Over Jet Lag

    Worried that jet lag will ruin a big trip? Learn what jet lag is, what causes it, and how to manage it so you can sleep and travel better.

  2. Jet Lag and Sleep

    Worried about feeling alert and maintaining a healthy sleep schedule after a long flight? Learn how to reduce jet lag and sleep better while traveling.

  3. Screen Time and Insomnia: What It Means for Teens

    Screen time is a leading cause of insomnia in teenagers. Help your teen master responsible screen use for better sleep and a healthier lifestyle.

  4. Asthma and Sleep

    Asthma symptoms can interfere with sleep and often get worse at night. Our guide offers information about nocturnal asthma and tips for reducing nighttime symptoms.

  5. COPD and Difficulty Breathing

    What Is COPD? Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is a chronic inflammatory lung disease characterized by obstructed airflow that impairs breathing in and out of the lungs. COPD includes emphysema, which is characterized by damage to lung tissue, and chronic bronchitis, which involves a persistent, mucus-producing cough. Many people who have COPD suffer from both. […]

  6. Back to School Sleep Tips

    Parents know that quality sleep is essential to their children’s success at school. With quality sleep, children have improved mood and ability to focus. Sleep is also essential for forming and retaining memories —an important part of learning! But how can parents help their children get back on a sleep schedule for school after summer […]

  7. How to Choose a CPAP Mask Based On Your Sleep Position

    We’ll show you what to look for in a CPAP mask based on your sleep position, as well as how to sleep comfortably if you use a full-face CPAP mask.

  8. How Would Later School Start Times Affect Sleep?

    Does your child struggle to wake up to get ready for school? Are they still sleepy in their classes, unable to concentrate, or even falling asleep during class? While frustrating, this is not an uncommon experience for adolescents in the United States. The number of hours children need to sleep depends on their age. According […]

  9. Diagnosing Obstructive Sleep Apnea

    Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a sleep-related breathing disorder that afflicts nearly one in 10 Americans. This disorder also increases one’s risk for stroke, heart attack, and premature death. What’s worrisome is that since symptoms occur while you are asleep, sleep apnea often goes undiagnosed. For those who do notice symptoms, they may brush them […]

  10. How to Clean a CPAP Machine

    Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machines are a standard treatment for sleep apnea, a serious breathing disorder. While they are an effective way to treat sleep apnea, CPAP machines do require frequent care and cleaning. Given that the mask, tubing, and other components are breathed into and deliver air throughout the night, their cleanliness can […]