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  1. How Much Do CPAP Machines Cost?

    The cost of CPAP machines vary depending on their features. We’ll break down the costs of CPAP, BiPAP, and APAP machines, as well as their accessories.

  2. Sleep, Athletic Performance, and Recovery

    Athletes know that physical activity is an important component of a healthy lifestyle. Regular exercise increases longevity and reduces the risks of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and some cancers. Exercise can also reduce the risk for anxiety and depression, and it can help you sleep better. In order to perform their best, athletes must prepare in […]

  3. Yoga and Sleep

    Yoga is a form of meditative movement that combines attentiveness and focused breathing with physical exercise. The practice began over 3,000 years ago and is grounded in Indian philosophy, however there are many schools or types of yoga. Each variation emphasizes different postures or exercises, breathing techniques, and meditation practices. There are many positive effects […]

  4. Do Women Need More Sleep Than Men?

    Do women need more sleep than men? The research says yes, women need more sleep than men, up to 20 minutes more. Learn about the reasons why here.

  5. Menopause and Sleep

    Going through menopause and can’t sleep? You’re not alone. Menopause is a time of major hormonal, physical, and psychological change for women — and all that change can wreak havoc on their sleep. On average, around 12 percent of women experience sleep complaints. As women age into their late 40s to early 50s, that number […]

  6. Drowsy Driving vs. Drunk Driving: How Similar Are They?

    Drowsy driving is just as dangerous as drunk driving. Learn how sleepiness and alcohol compare in terms of mental effects and traffic accident statistics.

  7. Trauma and Sleep

    Sleep issues are common after a traumatic experience. Understanding the links between trauma and sleep is one step towards healing and sleeping better after trauma.

  8. Improve Your Child’s School Performance With a Good Night’s Sleep

    Terminology about sleep can be confusing. Our sleep dictionary clearly explains common sleep terms so that you can better understand and improve your sleep.

  9. Dementia and Sleep

    Dementia is an irreversible loss of brain function that affects memory, language, problem-solving, and other cognitive processes. There are different types of dementia, all of which tend to affect older adults. Dementia is marked by brain cells not functioning as they should and dying off more quickly than they do in people without dementia. There […]

  10. Making a New Year’s Sleep Resolution

    Ready for a change to improve your sleep? Learn how to make a New Year’s sleep resolution that is achievable, sustainable, and a boost to your overall wellness.