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3 Great Consumable Items to Help You Get a Good Night's Sleep

Posted by Jennifer Christensen on Nov 26, 2022 12:23:01 PM

A good night's sleep is essential to maintaining optimum physical and mental health. Your behavior during the day can have an impact on the quality of rest you get. Daily routines, diet, and medications can mean the difference between a sound forty winks or a restless night. 

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7 Reasons You Might Find Getting To Sleep Hard

Posted by Jennifer Hines on Nov 16, 2022 11:05:08 AM

You probably have fond memories of the times when you could fall asleep at the drop of a hat and sleep well until you woke up the next day around lunchtime. Now, you may experience lighter, more fragmented sleep and less consistent morning rejuvenation.

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, insomnia, sleep hygiene, getting beter sleep, alaska, alaska sleep

The 4-7-8 Breathing Technique for Better Sleep

Posted by Stefanie Leiter on Oct 5, 2022 9:36:00 AM

According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, those who suffer from depression or anxiety claim an increase in their anxiety due to lack of sleep with 52 percent of men and 42 percent of women stating it directly affected their ability to remain focused on the following day.

Your social life and work life can also suffer which can lead to depression or increased depression signs. Without quality sleep, the body cannot repair and becomes a state of sleep deprivation that stacks nightly. This leads to a rapid decline in behavioral responses including moodiness and irritability.

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, breathing, yoga, sleep hygiene, alaska, alaska sleep, promote better sleep, alaska sleep center

6 Tools for Dealing With College Insomnia

Posted by Mike Walker on Sep 19, 2022 12:15:48 PM

Insomnia is common for college students because they often have to juggle assignments, work obligations, and social responsibilities. The gift of youth makes college-aged young adults feel invincible, so sleep is not made a top priority. Unfortunately, sleep deprivation can have adverse health consequences because rest promotes better physical, psychological, and mental wellness. The body heals itself and recharges best at night, so getting adequate rest is vital to prevent the onset of illnesses. 

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, insomnia, sleep hygiene, college, alaska, alaska sleep, alaska sleep center

How Physical Injuries Impact Your Ability To Sleep

Posted by Lewis Robinson on Sep 15, 2022 1:32:00 AM

Experiencing a serious injury to your body can disrupt your life in a variety of ways. Depending on where the injury occurred, you may find it difficult to walk, run, reach, or even carry out a number of basic daily tasks. For countless people, physical injuries have a direct impact on sleep cycles. Whether you find that you are having a hard time falling asleep at night or you are sleeping far more than you normally do, understanding why your body is going through these changes can be helpful. Review these points to learn more about physical injuries and sleep.

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, injuries, sleep hygiene, sleepless nights, alaska, alaska sleep, alaska sleep center, physical health

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