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Monica Gibson

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How Working Remotely Impacts Sleep, And How To Improve It

Posted by Monica Gibson on Jul 1, 2022 3:11:00 AM

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, sleep apnea, bipap, getting better sleep, work stress, work from home, remote work

Sleep Can Be a Key Feature in Your Dream Home

Posted by Monica Gibson on May 18, 2022 3:06:00 AM

Sleeping is one of the best things one can do in life. Sleep allows us to refresh and recharge our batteries so that we can take on the coming day with élan and ardor. However, that is only possible if we live in a place where we can sleep in peace, so to speak.

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Topics: environment, bedroom, alaska sleep, dream home

How To Sleep Enough As A Flexible Worker

Posted by Monica Gibson on Mar 14, 2022 1:35:00 AM

Recently, more and more jobs have been in positions with flexible hours, including night shifts. These workers share one common problem: poor sleep due to work, which arose as a result of disruption of circadian rhythms. Daytime sleepiness, trouble falling asleep, low mood, a tendency to depression, and digestive disorders are symptoms of circadian rhythm disturbances that significantly impair quality of life. Ideally, it would be best to give up working at night to improve sleep and maintain health. But if you can’t leave a shift night schedule, you can at least try to reduce its harmful effects. The following tips will help you.

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Topics: work, shift work, work from home

5 Ways Science Can Help You Sleep Better

Posted by Monica Gibson on Feb 4, 2022 12:43:00 AM

Sleep is important for proper body functionality. When you get enough sleep, your brain is restored, which makes you wake up with a clear mind and feeling refreshed. It also helps you improve your long-term memories. Sleep improves mental health in a great amount. In addition, good sleep enhances your metabolic health and reduces the risk of heart disease and diabetes. Moreover, it gets harder to get through the day when you are sleep-deprived. You will be irritable, exhausted, and cranky, which lowers your productivity insignificantly.

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, insomnia, behavioral psychology, sleep habits, science, getting beter sleep

How Traveling Can Improve Your Sleep Patterns

Posted by Monica Gibson on Jul 9, 2021 1:51:00 AM

By plane, bus, car, RV, train, or ship, traveling can be the best relaxation therapy you can ever have. When you have worked forty hours a week for months, you get burned out and are in need of a vacation. Everyone needs to rejuvenate their bodies and minds from time to time. Some people have their own favorite way to travel. Some will not travel by plane or ship. While there are others that don’t care how they get there, they just want to travel to another destination, relax, and sightseeing. No matter how you like to travel, traveling itself can help improve your sleep patterns.

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Topics: travel, travel cpap

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