Good quality sleep doesn't have to be a mystery. It comes down to good sleep hygiene and keeping an eye out for medical reasons for sleep issues. But if you're guilty of these innocent habits you could be sabotaging your sleep quality. Here's what to avoid so you can enjoy a restful sleep.
This blog began with me reading stories from women (many in their 30s and 40s) who suffered from serious heart attacks. As I read through the entire post, I knew it was pertininet to share the findings with Alaska Sleep Clinic's blog readers. We know that younger women can have heart attacks, and it’s acknowledged that doctors are not good at picking up heart attack symptoms in younger women.
Today is World Stroke Day, a time to review lifestyle choices to gauge our personal risk factors for stroke. One of the key assessments we all need to make relates to how well we breathe during sleep. Do we snore or have problems breathing as we sleep?
Untreated sleep apnea and stroke may be associated, but treatment for sleep apnea can help prevent stroke.
The quality of your sleep will have a huge impact on your quality of life. A poor night’s sleep will leave you feeling drained and irritable the next day. You might be less productive at work or may suffer from strained personal relationships.