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How Does Music Affect Your Sleep

We’ve all had a song stuck in our head that we just can’t get out. But, did you know that a study showed that the song is still there when people wake up in the middle of sleep? Surprisingly, the study found that those who tend to listen to music regularly are at higher risk of having poor sleep quality and experience nighttime earworms (involuntary musical imagery). Research on Sleep …

Best Sleep Apps You Should Try

Are you waking up tired in the morning? Are you worried about the quality of sleep you get? No worries, many useful sleep apps monitor your sounds, movement, and behaviors during sleep and offer a brief analysis of how well you slept. But, how to choose the right one for you from the numerous available on the market? Just continue reading this article on the best sleep apps and choose …

Help Your Teenager Sleep Better

Many parents are wondering why are teenagers ‘night owls’ and why do they go to bed late in the night. The truth is, their intrinsic day extends beyond 24 hours as a result of the physical changes that occur during puberty. So, they consequently go to sleep later in the night. However, due to school and other extracurricular activities, their wake-up time isn’t flexible which leaves them with only a …

Can PCOS Affect Your Sleep

Without a shadow of a doubt, sleep is essential for both our physical and mental health. If you aren’t getting enough good-quality sleep, you are likely to feel foggy, tired, irritable, hungry, and not willing to do anything throughout the day.  Unfortunately, women diagnosed with PCOS (Polycystic ovary syndrome) are at greater risk of suffering from sleep disorders such as obstructive sleep apnea and insomnia. To help those women, this …

Sleep and Anxiety

Suffering from anxiety throughout the day is difficult, but not being able to fall asleep because of anxiety is even worse. What’s more, not only can anxiety prevent you from getting enough sleep, but it can also exacerbate your current issues. Fortunately, this issue can be managed. Just continue reading this article and find out how anxiety affects sleep and ways to help you manage it. The Connection Between Anxiety …

How to Reduce Pain and Improve Your Sleep?

In general, chronic pain is more noticeable and less manageable at night which affects your sleep to a large extent. Having difficulty sleeping due to persistent pain is quite challenging and makes people frustrated and helpless. Luckily, there are certain things you can do, especially when it comes to lifestyle, to alleviate your condition and help you get a good night’s sleep. Just read on and find out more. Tips …

The Effects of Music on Sleep

Have you experienced difficulties falling asleep recently? Or, have you had the same issue since forever? Regardless of your answer, it’s for sure that you wish to fall asleep like a baby – quickly and easily. And, when we talk about a baby’s sleep, we can agree that there’s always soft music incorporated into the bedtime routine, whether it is a song played on the radio, TV, mobile phone, etc., …

Restless Sleep

Whether you’re tossing and turning or just have troubles falling into a deep sleep, it means that you are experiencing restless sleep. The bad thing about it is that you can wake up without feeling even a little bit refreshed. And, although it isn’t a medical term, the prevalence of restless sleep makes it worthy of deeper consideration. So, read on to find out more about what is restless sleep, …

The Link Between Weight and Sleep Apnea

One of the most common sleep disorders is sleep apnea, a condition characterized by breathing interruptions during sleep. And, the most common type of this sleep disorder is called obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) caused by narrow or blocked upper airway. Due to the prevalence of sleep apnea, experts have tried to find links to other conditions to treat this sleep disorder successfully. One significant link they found is between weight …

Stop Snoring with These Mouth Exercises

Snoring is not only challenging for the person who suffers from it but also for their bed partners, roommates, and family members. But, how to reduce snoring? Luckily, several mouth and throat exercises can help people with mild snoring, as well as those who suffer from mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). All you need to do is learn to perform the exercises correctly and be persistent. How Can …