3 Little Known Tips for Helping with Sleep Apnea Research

This may come as a surprise to you, but sleep apnea is more common than you think. Yes, while it might seem like you are the only one who suffers from sleep apnea, wed be willing to be that at least a few of your close neighbors suffer from it to. Well, the information age now allows you to listen to thousands of different opinions and possible cures for whatever ails you. Sleep apnea is no different. Follow these three tips and you should be all set in your quest for more information. 1) Start with a basic search on multiple websites. Try the regulars like Yahoo, Google, and MSN. Try searching for sleep apnea symptoms or sleep apnea treatment. …

Baby Sleep Tips – Some Tricks For The Transition

As a new parent, one of your priorities will be to establish good sleeping habits with your newborn. Your baby needs to learn to sleep on his own; the transition from sleeping with his mother to sleeping by himself takes some time. Of course, as add added bonus, if you get your baby to learn to sleep on his own you will also get some much needed rest yourself. To instill good sleeping habits in your baby, research and try to employ different baby sleep tips: try a lot of things and see what works for you, and don’t be afraid to trust your instincts. Many baby sleep tips center on the idea of establishing routines and associations for your …

Is There A Correlation Between Parkinson’s Disease And Sleep Disorders?

Parkinsons disease affects approximately 1.5 million adults in the United States. Due to a deficiency in the chemical dopamine, which controls muscle coordination and movement, Parkinsons disease most often affects motor skills and speech. People with Parkinsons disease often experience difficulties with movement; many of them shake uncontrollably or go rigid. Balance is often affected, causing the afflicted person to fall often. People with Parkinsons disease also experience speech problems. For example, some people with Parkinsons disease speak softly or unintelligibly. Others have problems with drooling or swallowing. Yes, Parkinsons disease is a very sad affliction. However, these are not the only symptoms that make life more difficult for those afflicted by Parkinsons disease. Many experts have found a correlation …

Sleepwalkers Need Enough Sleep

April 1, 2008, Montreal If you want sleepwalkers to roam around the whole night, deprive them of sleep. It may seem ironic, but a Canadian study of 40 sleepwalkers shows that when sleep-deprived, people have a greater tendency to sleepwalk. According to University of Montreals Dr. Antonio Zadra and his colleagues, the study supports recommendations for sleepwalkers to maintain a regular sleep cycle and avoid sleep deprivation. While sleep may seem like a steady state, it actually consists of 5 stages that cycle throughout the night. There are 5 stages of sleep including the REM (rapid eye movement) stage. A complete sleep cycle takes about 90 to 100 minutes and a regular sleep consists of 4 to 5 complete sleep …