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Sleeping Habits - 10 News Result(s)
  • Prioritize Sleep In Busy 9-5 Life: Nutritionist-Recommended Tips And Foods
    Prioritize Sleep In Busy 9-5 Life: Nutritionist-Recommended Tips And Foods

    Sleep is so important for our overall health and well-being, yet so many of us don't get enough. Here are some nutritionist-recommended tips and foods.

  • Getting Grumpy? Your Sleep Time is to Be Blamed
    Getting Grumpy? Your Sleep Time is to Be Blamed

    Waking up several times throughout the night is more detrimental to your positive moods than getting the same shortened amount of sleep without interruption, says study.

  • Snoring Children May Suffer From Sleep Apnea
    Snoring Children May Suffer From Sleep Apnea

    Barrett Treadway, 3 1/2, has never been the best of sleepers, but her sleep grew increasingly worse in the past year and a half.

  • Ward off Alzheimer's: Sleeping on One's Side May Help Remove Brain Waste
    Ward off Alzheimer's: Sleeping on One's Side May Help Remove Brain Waste

    Scientists have found that sleeping on one's side may remove brain waste, reducing the chances of developing Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and other neurological diseases.

  • Why You Should Stay Off Coffee at Night
    Why You Should Stay Off Coffee at Night

    US researchers have found that drinking coffee before bedtime disrupts the body's internal clock, making it harder to sleep on time and wake up in the morning.

  • Early Bedtime for Preschoolers Cuts Obesity Risk Later
    Early Bedtime for Preschoolers Cuts Obesity Risk Later

    Preschoolers who are regularly in bed by 8 p.m., are far less likely to become obese teenagers than young children who go to sleep later in the night, a new research has found.

  • Kids who sleep less eat more: new research
    Kids who sleep less eat more: new research

    Take note of your child's sleeping habit as researchers have now found that children who sleep less tend to eat more which increases the risk of obesity and related health problems later in life. The ...

  • Too Much or Too Little Sleep Tied to Memory Problems in Older Women
    Too Much or Too Little Sleep Tied to Memory Problems in Older Women

    Seniors who slept too little or too much during midlife or after are at increased risk for memory problems, as are those whose sleep habits changed over time, a new study suggests.Researchers looked at more ...

  • Stay Up: Long Daytime Naps Could Increase Risk of Diabetes
    Stay Up: Long Daytime Naps Could Increase Risk of Diabetes

    While taking a short nap may be good for your health, extending it to an hour or more significantly increases risk of developing diabetes, says a new study.

  • Using Cell Phone Late At Night May Put Teenagers at Risk of Depression
    Using Cell Phone Late At Night May Put Teenagers at Risk of Depression

    Late night mobile phone use has devastating effects on teenagers' mental health, says a new study. The process was conducted as an annual survey over four years.

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