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4 Top Tips for Managing Insomnia

Posted by Jennifer Hines on Sep 13, 2022 7:38:28 AM

According to experts, most adults should strive for 7 to 9 hours of sleep every night. However, the truth is that many individuals don't achieve it. In fact, several people occasionally have trouble falling or staying asleep, while others suffer from a sleep disorder that causes regular sleep disruptions. And as a result, individuals with good insurance plans like the Medicare Supplement plans quickly resort to seeking professional help.

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Is Functional Neurological Disorder Affecting Your Sleep?

Posted by Lewis Robinson on Jul 26, 2022 11:33:00 PM

Sleep is a routine that you don't want to lose. The body needs it to feel good again. The body gets to work when the eyes close, healing from the day's adventures and stresses. When that doesn't happen, your body loses out, often feeling exhausted and unable to handle the next day.

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, sleep disorders, sleep health, alaska

Telemedicine: What Is It's Impact on Sleep Disorder Treatment?

Posted by Dani Martin on Jun 23, 2022 1:17:00 AM

Ever since the pandemic, people around the world have been experiencing cases of insomnia. Additionally, a risk factor for COVID-19 called sleep apnea was also a cause for concern. Sleep apnea is a condition that triggers a pause in breathing while you sleep.

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, sleep disorders, telemedicine, sleep apnea treatment, alaska

How do Clinical Trials in Sleep Disorders Work?

Posted by Brian Roy on Jun 2, 2022 3:18:56 PM

Clinical trials are research programs that are used to test the effectiveness of different interventions people go through if they have a sleeping disorder. They are used to find new and improved methods of treating and evaluating a certain condition. These trials can also be used to find ways to prevent diseases. There is no guarantee when it comes to clinical trials and each participant is always exposed to some form of risk factor. These trials are run over a course of phases which can span from several weeks to several years depending on the study. Data capture software is often used to record the findings of each study in order to present results in the best way possible.

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, sleep disorders, clinical trials

5 Things That Can Happen When You’re Overtired

Posted by Ainsley Lawrence on Feb 21, 2022 4:22:00 AM

Do you frequently find yourself saying that you’ll catch up on sleep later? Does your alarm seem to go off earlier and earlier every morning?

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, sleep disorders, tired, accidents

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