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Supplements and Health Tips to Improve Your Sleep Quality

Posted by Kevin Faber on Nov 29, 2021 1:59:00 AM

Quality sleep is essential for good health and adequate energy levels. That being said, there are still many adults that struggle with sleeping problems. From health concerns that make it difficult to sleep at night, to poor lifestyle choices, there can be many reasons why it might be difficult for the average adult to get as much sleep as they need every night. While this is understandable, the reality is that it is highly important to make good sleep a priority if you want to feel healthy. 

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, sleep hygiene, melatonin, vitamins, supplements, independent sleep labs

Stop Nighttime Stress So You Can Sleep Better

Posted by Paisley Hansen on Nov 27, 2021 1:48:00 AM

Stress has a way of interfering with your life in both large and small ways, but it’s arguably the most frustrating when you can’t shut your anxious brain off when it’s time to get some shuteye. Stress-related insomnia is incredibly common, and the anxieties of everyday life can make it hard for you to fall asleep and stay in dreamland throughout the night without waking up. 

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, stress, sleep deprivation, bipap

How To Adjust Lighting For Better Sleep

Posted by Donna Jefferson on Nov 21, 2021 10:37:00 AM

In Alaska, sleep patterns are something that is hard to maintain without some extra thought and effort. The light situation literally swings from one extreme to the other in terms of sunlight or lack thereof. In the winter months, it’s so easy to sleep all the time and do very little. However, in the summer months, it can be extremely difficult to sleep due to up to 19 hours of daylight around the solstice.

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, get better sleep, lighting

5 Habits Disrupting Your Sleep

Posted by Lewis Robinson on Nov 18, 2021 2:14:00 PM

Getting a good night's rest is essential for your health. If you sleep less than seven hours per night regularly, you're putting every system in your body at risk. For instance, you may face brain fog, anxiety, depression, obesity and high blood pressure. Tossing and turning for prolonged periods of time can lead to more severe issues, including sleep apnea, diabetes or heart disease.

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, sleep habits, sleep hygiene

The Benefits of Spending Time in Nature

Posted by Sophie Bishop on Nov 16, 2021 1:42:00 PM

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, bipap, getting beter sleep, nature

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