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5 Scientific Secrets To Naps That Will Make You Happier And Smarter

From bakadesuyo.com

For many of us, more hours of shut-eye at night just doesn't seem to be in the cards. Is there anything we can do? Yes. Naps. Wonderful, glorious naps. They're not a full-on substitute for lack of sleep but they can do much more than you think and in less…

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about 4 years
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The Sleep Condition That Is Common Among Spinal Cord Injury Patients

From huffingtonpost.com

Posted: Print Article Sleep apnea is common among spinal cord injury patients, a small new study suggests. The study of 26 people, published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, shows that 77 percent of people who have survived a spinal cord injury have sleep-disordered breathing.

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over 4 years
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Sleep Apnea Exercises Plan Review Exposes a New Method to Cure This Condition with Simple Exercises

From newsday.com

DailyGossip.org reviews the "Sleep Apnea Exercises plan", a new effective program that claims to cure sleep apnea through the use of some simple exercise routines. Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) November 24, 2013 DailyGossip.org indicates in its review published on November 23 that sleep apnea can be a very dangerous sleep disorder.

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over 4 years
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Sleep Cycle App Promises No More Sleepless Nights

From mashable.com

You're up at sunrise. You go to work, come home, go online and visit with loved ones. Somewhere in between, you find time to eat, buy groceries and watch reruns of Seinfeld. Sounds good, right? You forgot one thing: sleeping. Ah, sleep. The fickle mistress.

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over 4 years
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This Could Make You More Attractive (Really)

From huffingtonpost.com

In an ironic twist, a new study shows that a decidedly unattractive sleep apnea treatment could actually make you appear more attractive. People with obstructive sleep apnea who use CPAP for at least two months look younger and more attractive than they would without the sleep apnea treatment, according to…

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over 4 years
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Chest Implant Might Help With Hard-to-Treat Sleep Apnea - WebMD

From webmd.com

Chest Implant Might Help With Hard-to-Treat Sleep Apnea Study found device may provide alternative to air mask therapy WebMD News from HealthDay By Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, Jan. 8, 2014 (HealthDay News) — A new kind of implant may offer people suffering from sleep apnea an alternative to wearing…

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over 4 years
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Doctor found vitamin D helped sleep apnea patients

From stltoday.com

How incredibly sad that a child is brain-dead from a tonsillectomy, which was done to hopefully help her sleep apnea. It is especially sad because a very simple and inexpensive treatment is available that may have helped.

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over 4 years
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Why Does Turkey Make You Tired?

From mentalfloss.com

Most people blame tryptophan, but that's not really the main culprit. So why do people have such a hard time staying awake after Thanksgiving dinner? And what is tryptophan, anyway?

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over 4 years
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Who Is Really At Risk For Sleep Apnea?

From huffingtonpost.com

It used to be that if someone told you you snored, you shrugged it off as more of an annoyance to them than anything telling about your own health and wellbeing.
Today, we have a greater understanding of at least one potential risk of being a frequent snorer: You could have…

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over 4 years
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Sleep Apnea Can Cause Mental Illness

From guardianlv.com

With bipolar disorder cropping up from celebrities to politicians, you may be wondering what truly affects these individuals. Yes, a mental illness is typically a misfire of chemical and electrical waves within the brain. Nevertheless, is there another, underlying cause? One cause can point to a varying disorder called sleep…

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over 4 years
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