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Supplements That Don't Affect Your Sleep

Posted by Kevin Faber on Feb 7, 2022 12:55:00 AM

As it turns out, a few studies on vitamins, minerals and sleep have shown that certain nutritional supplements can have negative effects on the amount of rest that you get each night. Hearing this information might make you nervous as now you’re unsure if the new vitamins that you’re taking are ‘sleep-safe’.

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, sleep habits, nutrition, getting better sleep, supplements

5 Ways Science Can Help You Sleep Better

Posted by Monica Gibson on Feb 4, 2022 12:43:00 AM

Sleep is important for proper body functionality. When you get enough sleep, your brain is restored, which makes you wake up with a clear mind and feeling refreshed. It also helps you improve your long-term memories. Sleep improves mental health in a great amount. In addition, good sleep enhances your metabolic health and reduces the risk of heart disease and diabetes. Moreover, it gets harder to get through the day when you are sleep-deprived. You will be irritable, exhausted, and cranky, which lowers your productivity insignificantly.

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, insomnia, behavioral psychology, sleep habits, science, getting beter sleep

Your Food and Sleep Habits Contribute To Diabetes

Posted by Lewis Robinson on Feb 2, 2022 12:37:03 PM


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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, sleep apnea, diabetes, sleep habits

Get The Most Out Of Your Beauty Sleep

Posted by Jennifer Monroe on Jan 31, 2022 12:30:00 AM

Beauty sleep is a phrase that is thrown around rather jokingly, but there is a reason why it is referred to as so. When you enjoy deep quality sleep, you wake up with healthier skin, energized and happy. This is because our bodies recover from the day’s damage during deep sleep. In that recovery mode, new cells are created, which renews the skin, ensuring that you wake up looking radiant and prettier. Beauty sleep helps in reducing wrinkles and signs of aging, puffy eyes and skin problems such as breakouts. So how can you get the most out of your beauty sleep? Here are five tips for you.

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Topics: sleep habits, beauty sleep, skin, benefits of sleep

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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