Alaska Sleep Education Center

How to Get a Newborn to Sleep at Night?

Posted by Viktoria Babii on Jun 27, 2022 7:08:24 AM

Are you getting into trouble while trying to get a kid used to the night schedule? You need to understand that a baby cannot sleep constantly and continuously and it's OK if it wakes up during the night. Of course, all parents want their children to sleep soundly, but the truth is that not every adult can do it. Even an adult can wake up from time to time. An infant usually dreams up to 17 hours a day, that's why there is nothing to worry about if it sometimes wakes up.  However, some secrets will help get a kid to sleep at night.

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, sleep and children, Pediatrics, baby, alaska sleep

Why You Don't Sleep Well When You're Away From Home

Posted by Kevin Faber on Jun 17, 2022 12:51:00 AM

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If you have a tough time getting to sleep when you’re traveling away from home, you’re not alone. It's common for people to have difficulty sleeping when they are on vacation, traveling for work, or visiting loved ones. Of course, typical travel occasions all involve situations when everyone wants to be feeling their best. Recognizing some of the reasons why travel is problematic for your sleep cycle and being strategic about your sleep while you’re on-the-go can help you stay healthy.

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, Sleep Tips, getting beter sleep, alaska sleep, vacaation, parasomnias

8 Ways To Sleep Well In Spite of Your Hot Flashes

Posted by Kevin Faber on Jun 15, 2022 2:16:00 AM

During perimenopause, menopause, and afterward, there's a good chance you'll experience hot flashes. They may range from gentle "power surges" to intense waves of heat that affect your functioning during the day and your ability to sleep at night. Also, they often change throughout your midlife transition and beyond. Fortunately, there are effective strategies for dealing with hot flashes during menopause and sleep more soundly. Read on for several. 

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, women, menopause, Women and sleep, alaska sleep, hot flashes

How Nurses Can Build Regular Sleep Schedules

Posted by Ainsley Lawrence on Jun 13, 2022 1:45:00 AM

Not only is nursing one of the noblest professions, but it’s also one of the most popular. There are over 4 million RNs in the United States alone, working in various capacities and settings.

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, sleep schedules, shift work, alaska sleep, nurses

Boosting the Sleep Health of Your Home

Posted by Paisley Hansen on Jun 8, 2022 3:35:00 AM

A good night’s sleep is essential as regular exercise and eating a healthy diet. Studies show that lack of sleep has adverse effects on your performance, brain function, and hormones. It also causes weight gain and increases the risk of disease in both children and adults. On the other hand, getting the recommended amount of sleep helps you exercise better, eat less and be healthier. Here are several tips to help you sleep better in your home.

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, environment, sleep health, alaska sleep, dream home

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