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Link between obesity and sleep loss

Can staying up late make you fat? A growing body of research has suggested that poor sleep quality is linked to an increased risk of obesity by deregulating appetite, which in turn leads to more calorie consumption. But a new study published this week in PLOS Biology found that the direction of this reaction might… Read More »

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She has such a hard time relaxing but from the first night we tried these, she was asleep within 2 minutes. Sleepy in the morning. Please choose one Please choose one Website Store Tell us more. I wanted to cry because i was so relieved that my baby girl finally got the sleepiness that she… Read More »

Sleep problems becoming risk factor as pandemic continues

This is part of our Coronavirus Update series in which Harvard specialists in epidemiology, infectious disease, economics, politics, and other disciplines offer insights into what the latest developments in the COVID-19 outbreak may bring. Sleep is emerging as the latest casualty of the COVID-19 crisis. Too many sleepless nights can aggravate both physical and mental… Read More »

Whats better for sleep ambien or xanax

Although in theory it sleep an advantage for take a drug that will be eliminated from the body by morning, many clinicians have hesitated to recommend short-acting benzodiazepines because patients can develop rebound insomnia or a disconcerting amnesia for several hours after taking a dose of these sleep. These better last longer and so may… Read More »

Coronavirus Anxiety Is Stealing Sleep From Nearly Everyone. Here’s How to Cope.

You’re not alone: coronavirus anxiety has made it impossible for almost everyone to sleep. Just take a look at Twitter for evidence of this pandemic-induced insomnia. ‘Does…anyone sleep anymore?,” one person asked Twitter at midnight. Another user asked, “Anyone else unable to sleep?” The Tweet was posted at 3 a.m. and received instant engagement. Right… Read More »

Are you getting enough sleep… or too much? Sleep and stroke risk

The importance of getting enough sleep has been emphasized by hundreds of studies in recent years, and we’ve covered the topic many times on this blog. Inadequate sleep has been linked to obesity, heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, and other health problems. And, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, up to 72,000… Read More »