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Sleep health terminology: the difference between insomnia and sleep deprivation
  • Posted by: sleepapnea.org
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Whatever the cause of your daytime fatigue and nighttime sleep problems, it’s important to take action to correct them. Insomnia and sleep deprivation aren’t problems to ignore. They don’t typically go away on their own and, in fact, will worsen over time, leading to chronic illness, higher risks for accidents and mistakes, mental health problems, and much more.

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Can’t sleep? Try these easy sleep-friendly yoga poses
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Practicing any of these poses, separately or as part of a series, can all be helpful for relaxing, relieving pain (a common enemy of sleep), and quieting the mind for sleep.

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40 tips for sleeping during a heat wave (when you don’t have AC)
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In a pinch, remember that your body temperature will have a greater impact on your sleep than the actual room temperature. Cool down from the inside out (water, ice) and from the outside in (water, cooling herbs, light clothing and bedding) for best results.

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Welcome to a Midsummer’s Night!
  • Posted by: sleepapnea.org
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Some people are unhappy about the Summer Solstice because it takes away from the darkness that some need to fall asleep, while others separate this twice annual phenomena by stargazing or having bonfires.

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