Interested in learning more about sleep?
Below you will find 3rd party resources pertaining to sleep education, as well as our Community Newsletter “Snooze News”. We’ve included topics for anyone at any age! Have an article that you think should be featured? Send your requests to email@example.com
– Children’s Academic Performance Poor sleep tied to kids’ lower academic performance
– Sleep Problems in Childhood Sleep disorders and sleep problems in childhood
– Childhood Brain Development Sleep critically affects childhood brain development
– The Big Sleep What parents need to know to get bedtime right
– Kids who sleep more, may eat less Children’s sleep at night could have implications for prevention and treatment of obesity
– Teens’ Learning and Health Bad sleep habits can hurt teens’ learning and health in later years
– Aging and Sleep Along with the changes that occur as we get older, changes to our sleep patterns are a part of the normal aging process
– Changes in sleep with age Over a typical lifespan, the amount of time we spend each day sleeping declines
– Elderly Sleep Pattern Changes May Help to Detect Dementia Older adults who have too much, too little or restless sleep have an increased risk for Alzheimer’s disease
– Lack of deep sleep in old age ‘can contribute significantly to memory loss’ A lack of deep restorative sleep in older people significantly contributes to memory loss.
– Overworked? Why do we work ourselves to death?
– Sleep In The Transportation Industry The sad reality about sleep in the transportation industry
– Sleep our way to the top The power of a good night’s sleep
– Sleep or Exercise? What’s more important: an extra hour of sleep or getting up early to exercise?
– Americans get physical after a good night in bed New findings show better sleep linked to improved physical performance
– Sleep, Athletic Performance and Recovery Many of the world’s greatest athletes eat, sleep, breathe and live for their sport
– Sleep and athletic performance How just an extra hour of rest can make you a better athlete.
– Extra Sleep Improves Athletic Performance Getting extra sleep over an extended period of time improves athletic performance.
– How sleep can improve your athletic performance What’s the difference between the best athletes in the world and the next best?
– Sleep, recovery , and human performance Post-exercise recovery and regeneration (PERR) is as important as the training regimen.
– Insomnia linked to PTSD Military personnel with insomnia at higher risk of mental disorders after deployment
– Late Bedtimes & Weight Gain How the timing of sleeping—and of eating—can affect weight
– Eliminate the Phrase ‘I Can’t Sleep’ Changing the way we speak about insomnia
– Sleeping patterns linked to heart disease, diabetes, obesity Adults should aim for seven to nine hours of sleep each night
– Less Therapy, More Sleep Claire Danes: Husband Hugh Dancy helped her realize she needed less therapy and more sleep
– ‘Without Sleep, You Unravel’ Sleep provides us with the nourishment we need to live our lives to the fullest
– Sleep Issues in Autism Children with autism who suffer from sleep disturbances show increased autistic-like symptoms
– Link to Alzheimer’s Disease Improving sleep may be a critical part of prevention
– Living with sleep apnea How to live well with obstructive sleep apnea
– Inadequate sleep predicts risk of heart disease, diabetes in obese adolescents Obese adolescents not getting enough sleep?
– Diabetes and Sleep Sleep can affect your blood sugar levels and your blood glucose control can also affect your sleep, which results in trouble sleeping
– The Dangers of Sleep Deprivation If you can’t stay awake during the day, it’s a good bet you’re sleep-deprived.
– Too little sleep may fuel insulin resistance People who consistently get too little sleep face bigger concerns than daytime fatigue and crankiness
– Sleep Apnea May Worsen Diabetes Sleep apnea can worsen blood sugar control in people with Type 2 Diabetes by disrupting the deepest stage of sleep, a new study suggests
– Diabetes and Sleep Problems Adults with type 2 diabetes are even more likely to have a sleep disorder.
– 10 Reasons why you can’t sleep and how to fix them
– Enough Sleep? Not getting enough sleep can have big-time negative effects on health
– Why can’t I sleep? Why can’t I sleep? Six common reasons you can fix
– Becoming a Morning Person 6 steps to becoming a morning person
– The body likes routine 8 Habits of extremely well-rested people
– Avoid Irregular Bedtimes A regular bedtime can make for a better-behaved child
– The Entrepreneur’s Ultimate Guide to Sleep Sleep deprivation can wreak havoc on your decision-making and productivity
– November 2014: Are you using CPAP? What you need to know about Retitration Studies
– October 2014: What is Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome? Understanding how daylight savings time affects our sleep