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The Importance of Sleep for Safe Driving

Posted by Ainsley Lawrence on Mar 29, 2022 12:55:00 AM

The idea of falling asleep behind the wheel is enough to give most people nightmares. After all, driving a vehicle requires all of your attention and if you lose control, then you could damage your car, hurt yourself, or injure others. If you are in your car a lot throughout the day and you have ever felt sleepy, then you need to make a change right now.

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, tired, driving, safety, drowsy driving, quality sleep, alaska

Tips That Can Help You Fall Asleep When You're Tired

Posted by Kevin Faber on Mar 3, 2022 12:34:00 AM

Despite the reality that quality sleep is an essential component of good health, there are still many adults who don't regularly get the quality or amount of sleep that they need to feel their best. From lifestyle factors to environmental ones, there are many different things that can impact sleep that some are not aware of. If you are looking for simple ways to start getting better sleep, especially when you are feeling exhausted, then here are some things to keep in mind. 

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, sleep apnea, tired, sleep hygiene, falling asleep

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

Here’s Why You Should Stop Working Long Hours Today

Posted by Donna Jefferson on Jan 3, 2022 1:42:00 AM

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Topics: alaska sleep clinic, insomnia, tired, work, co-sleeping

6 Sleep Facts You Probably Didn't Know

Posted by Jennifer Hines on Oct 11, 2021 12:50:40 PM

Did you know that if a person has an average lifespan, which is around 72.6 years, that individual will have had around 229,000 hours of sleep? That is around one-third of your life. Many people don't spend much time thinking about how they can improve their sleep and overall health. It's important to have a mattress and a bedtime routine where you know you'll get the best night's rest. Sleep is restorative and gives your brain and body time to regain energy while promoting the natural healing process.

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Topics: tired, sleep habits, cpap machines

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