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How Insomnia and Bipolar Disorder Go Hand in Hand

December 18th, 2017 | Sleep | Comments Off on How Insomnia and Bipolar Disorder Go Hand in Hand

For those suffering from bipolar disorder, insomnia can be a consistent issue. During the manic phase of untreated bipolar disorder, people do not feel the drive to sleep the way others do. Paradoxically, during the depressive cycle of the disorder, people may not be ...

Why CPAP Masks Are Outdated

December 6th, 2017 | Sleep Apnea | Comments Off on Why CPAP Masks Are Outdated

Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) masks are devices that increase airflow into the lungs and reduce breathing problems, and are most commonly used by people who suffer from obstructive sleep apnea. However, there are several complications to know before you use ...

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The Surprising Health Benefits of Dreaming

November 17th, 2017 | Sleep | Comments Off on The Surprising Health Benefits of Dreaming

Some believe that your dreams can tell you a lot about an individual or his or her aspirations, whereas others have totally random congregations of thoughts and images that mean little to nothing. Dreaming is a perplexing activity within our brains that has been studied ...

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How to Ease Your Mind Before Sleep

November 7th, 2017 | Sleep | Comments Off on How to Ease Your Mind Before Sleep

Ideally, falling asleep no more than 10 minutes after you’ve rested your head upon your pillow is what many people hope for. However, that is rarely the case. Largely depending on what your bedtime routine consists of, a majority of individuals may not actually fall ...