Individuals that are diagnosed with OCD (or show symptoms of OCD) may be negatively affected by their bedtime. Meredith Coles (Professor at Binghamton University) worked with her medical school colleague, Jessica Schubert to conduct a study that shows that the time of night a person goes to bed can be linked to the presence of […]
Insomnia affects a wide group of people including US soldiers, with nearly 10 percent of our soldiers are on insomnia medication. Recently new treatment methods are being researched to find an alternative to prescribing medications. One such method of treatment is known as Cognitive Behavior Therapy. Cognitive Behavior therapy is also available via online treatment […]
Night sweats is a very common problem for many people, both women and men. Night sweats can be caused by any number of things ranging from medications to hormones. Since the cause can be from a large number of medical reasons, it is best to be diagnosed by a medical professional so that they can […]
In an age where so many of us are on the go, Science attempts to grasp the short term effects of this busy body lifestyle on the sleep of college students. Researchers at M.I.T, Funded by the United States National Institutes of Health have recently undertaken the task of understanding short term sleep irregularities in […]
Lying down in the bed and closing your eyes is not enough for a good sleep. Lying in bed with eyes open and just resting is good for the body. This gives the body time to filter out the day and reset. Closing your eyes and forcing the body to rest does not make it […]
Can you get enough of a good thing? Sleep is good, right? Most of us aren’t getting enough sleep, but if we are sleeping way too much bad things can happen. Most adults need between 7 and nine hours of sleep each night to function optimally.