Alaska Sleep Education Center

How Good Sleep Can Improve Your Communication?

Posted by Frank Hamilton on Sep 19, 2022 4:15:00 AM

The quality of our night's sleep has a direct impact on our overall well-being, and the state of our physical and mental health. We need to receive 8 hours of good sleep every day to live fully. During the night, we fall into different phases of sleep, when we are just napping or sleeping deeply. To get a night of quality sleep, it is crucial not to miss the period of deep sleep, which commonly starts at 1:30-2:pm. It means that if you are a night person and tend to work or study at night more effectively, your sleep quality decreases, and you start feeling worse on a physical and mental level.

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, getting sleep, mental health, alaska, alaska sleep, relationships, alaska sleep center, communication

4 Ways to Balance Sleep and Self-Care While Studying

Posted by Frankie Girl on Aug 26, 2022 1:33:00 AM

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, sleep habits, sleep hygiene, students, sleep health, mental health, alaska, alaska sleep, alaska sleep center

5 Ways Poor Sleep Hygiene Affects Your Mental Health

Posted by Sophie Bishop on Apr 13, 2022 1:36:00 AM

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, obstructive sleep apnea, sleep hygiene, mental health

How Sleep is Important for College Students and their Mental Health

Posted by Joanne Elliot on Feb 7, 2022 7:57:55 AM

Sleep is important to everyone, and for college students, it matters even more, as it can have a lot of influence on their own mental health. College students often have to struggle with not just a packed timetable at school but also tiring part-time jobs. As a result, if they do not get enough sleep, their performance and mental health will suffer. This article will provide some insights into the issue of sleep and why it is so important for college students to get enough sleep.

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, insomnia, college, students, sleepless nights, mental health

Sleep and Bipolar Disorder

Posted by Keith J Meyers on Jan 27, 2022 2:21:00 AM

Bipolar disorder, in general, is a type of chronic mental and psychological health condition that is often characterized as both severe, mild, or mixed manic or hypomanic periods or depressive episodes. Furthermore, this disorder term is often misunderstood by most people. The major cause or trigger of bipolar disorder is ‘sleep’. The extreme ups and downs of episodes are often accompanied by erratic sleep habits. Though the serious cause of the bipolar disorder is still not clear, the lack of sleep or sleep disturbance is one of the main triggers. Of course, many other things also contribute to this disorder but a disturbance in the sleep cycle has a major impact on the brain and mental health. Since bipolar disorder is a kind of chronic and relapsing illness. Therefore, timely good treatment is a must.

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Topics: sleep habits, mental, prevention, bipolar disorder, mental health

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