sleep Tag

Training and healthy diets are just a couple of ways athletes prepare their bodies for competition. As researchers have learned more about what helps the body achieve maximum performance in recent years, getting enough sleep has been added to the list of things athletes should...

Sleep deprivation and sleep disorders make it difficult for our bodies to maintain the functional balance known as homeostasis. When we lose sleep, our various biological systems are affected in adverse ways. As a result, the health of many of our organs including our kidneys...

  You eat well and exercise to take care of your heart, but don’t forget about sleep. Sleep apnea is a potentially serious sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly starts and stops throughout the night. While not breathing in and of itself is dangerous, sleep apnea...

Sleep is essential to overall good health. Lack of it can affect us in ways we might not imagine. Not getting enough sleep has been shown to cause weight gain and memory problems. It can also be a precursor to cardiovascular disease. And, of course,...

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