Tag: Sleep quality

Study Finds That Taking A Warm Bath Before Bed Can Significantly Improve Sleep

Want a peaceful night of sleep? Researchers found that by simply taking a warm bath an hour or two before bedtime can help a person fall asleep faster and improve the overall quality of sleep.

Healthy Living/Wellness July 21, 2019

Writing A To-Do List Before Bed Helps You Fall Asleep Faster: Study

Researchers found that writing a to-do list before bed can help you fall asleep faster. The act of writing things down seems to be the key ingredient in putting a pin on stress and worry.

Healthy Living/Wellness January 13, 2018

Sleeping With Your Dog Can Give Better Night Rest: Mayo Study

Pet owners are still divided on the topic of letting their dogs sleep in the bedroom. Mayo Clinic found that letting them sleep in the bedroom is actually fine, but evidently only to a certain extent.

Healthy Living/Wellness September 9, 2017

Binge Watching Leads To Poorer Sleep Quality, Fatigue And Insomnia: Study

Researchers have found that binge-watching is linked to poor sleep quality, more symptoms of insomnia, and daytime fatigue. A majority of binge-watchers don't even intend to binge-watch in the first place.

Healthy Living/Wellness August 19, 2017

Climate Change Can Cause Sleep Problems: Here's How

Results of a new study show that increasing temperatures due to climate change lead to insufficient sleep. Certain members of the population are more susceptible to the warmer nights, and it could only get worse.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 26, 2017

Enough Sleep Important For People At Risk Of Heart Disease: How Much Sleep Do We Need Daily?

The length and quality of sleep can be a good indicator of a person’s overall physical and mental health. Just how much sleep can be considered ‘enough?’

Healthy Living/Wellness May 26, 2017

World Sleep Day: Ways To Improve Your Sleep Quality

A good night’s sleep has become a luxury not everyone can afford. In celebration of the World Sleep Day on March 18, here are 10 ways to help improve your sleep quality.

Life March 19, 2016

Doctors Say National Napping Day Should Be Everyday: People Should Be Allowed To Snooze At Work

National Napping Day is when you can catch up on your lost hour of sleep from shifting the clock forward for Daylight Saving Time. Experts, however, agree that napping is beneficial and can increase work performance all year round.

Life March 15, 2016

Philips Hue White Ambiance Will Help You Wake Up More Naturally: Here Is How

The Philips Hue white ambiance, the company's latest hue lightbulb, will help you fall asleep and wake up more naturally. It will arrive with an app that is filled with different handy features.

FUTURE TECH March 15, 2016

Six Hours Of Sleep At Night As Dangerous To Health As No Sleeping At All

Here's another reason to get sufficient shut-eye tonight: Six hours of sleep is just as bad for the health as no sleep at all. A new study found that sleep-deprived people normally cope with the condition through denial.

Life March 13, 2016

Light Pollution Can Mess Up Your Sleep

If you can't sleep at night, your the lights on your street may be at fault. A study found that the light pollution in urban areas messes up sleeping patterns and contributes to sleep disturbances.

Life March 4, 2016

Getting A Good Night's Sleep May Help Improve Memory

Getting enough hours of sleep has several benefits such as improved memory. A new study in the United Kingdom explains how sleep fills the brain with important information.

Life February 22, 2016

What You Eat Can Affect Your Sleep: Less Fiber, More Sugar Linked To Disrupted Night Rest

Researchers found a diet that comprises less fiber, more sugar and saturated fat leads to disrupted sleep. Eating more fiber helps people sleep faster and get more hours of deep, slow wave sleep.

Life January 16, 2016

Pets In The Bedroom May Help Those With Sleep Problems

Pets may give people various positive benefits. In a new study, researchers found that letting pets sleep in the bedroom results in better sleep quality.

Life November 24, 2015

Sleeping In On The Weekend May Be Bad For Your Health, Researchers Find

Differences between our work week and weekend sleep habits can increase health risks, researchers find. So-called 'social jetlag' can up risks of diabetes, heart disease or obesity, they say.

Life November 19, 2015

Few Hours Of Sleep Is Better Than Long But Interrupted Sleep: Here’s Why

A study found a shorter, uninterrupted sleep is better than a longer, fitful snooze time. To wake up feeling refreshed, people need to hit slow-wave sleep where the body and mind calm down.

Life November 2, 2015

Spotify Partners With Withings To Release The Aura Connected Alarm Clock For An Enhanced Sleep Experience

Withings revealed its latest product in its Aura line, the Aura Connected Alarm Clock that is the first to feature Spotify Connect.

Gadgets September 3, 2015

New Study Indicates Afternoon Naps May Be Bad For Toddlers

Naps have long been prescribed for children to foster development. Researchers have found, however, that napping in the afternoon is actually counterproductive in children three years old and up.

Life February 18, 2015

Teens Overusing Electronics Aren't Getting Enough Sleep

Excessive screen time on electronic devices during the day has teens getting less sleep than they need, study finds. Computer use leads as the biggest obstacle to a good night's sleep, researchers say.

Life February 3, 2015

Tablets, Smartphones, Other Gadgets Before Bedtime can Mess Up Your Sleep

Keep devices off the bed if you want to get some sleep. Researchers show again that reading in bed using a device is counterproductive as it makes it harder to fall asleep.

Life December 23, 2014

Insomnia among older adults due to sleep quality, not quantity

A new study from the University of Chicago reveals that older adults may be getting insomnia due to sleep quality, not sleep quantity. The study shows that most older adults are getting the recommended sleeping time.

Life October 10, 2014

Inability to sleep increases suicide risk for baby boomers

Recent research has shown that sleep deprivation and suicide may be related in older adults. Difficulty sleeping is one of the top 10 warning signs for suicide.

Life August 14, 2014

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