Category Archives: Healthy Sleep

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The Best Regimen for College Fitness

Starting out at college is a time of excitement, anticipation, and oftentimes, extreme nervousness. There are a whole host of prospects that can leave any freshman filled with anxiety, from making friends to maintaining good grades to knowing which classes … Continue reading

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Sleep Disorders and Insomnia

By Michael Bengston, M.D. Sleep disorders affect a lot more people than you may realize — up to 20% of Americans in any given year according to the National Institutes of Health. These disorders and the resulting sleep deprivation interfere … Continue reading

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Finding, and Keeping, a Healthy Life Balance

By Maud Purcell, LCSW, CEAP It’s always the same story. A woman comes into my office feeling like she is having a “nervous breakdown” or as though her relationship is “on the rocks.” The problem is rarely that serious and … Continue reading

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What’s Your Sleep Longevity Quotient?

By: Edward L. Schneider, Dean, Leonard Davis School of Gerontology, University of Southern California, MD This Sleep Quotient is a part of article “Sleeping Your Way to a Longer Life” which is a part of “Successful Balanced and Healthy lifestyle program“. … Continue reading

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Way to a Longer Life with New Sleep Rules

By: Edward L. Schneider, Dean, Leonard Davis School of Gerontology, University of Southern California, MD New Sleep Rule #1: Put a Good Night’s Sleep on Your Daily Calendar It sounds obvious, but it’s advice many of us need: You need … Continue reading

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Shortage of Sleep Promotes Hypertension

By: Robert W. Griffith, MD British civil servants (government office workers) provided the database for an interesting survey. Over 10,000 civil servants aged 35 to 55 at baseline had further assessments after 2 and 7 years. Blood pressure was measured … Continue reading

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Short sleep is linked with premature death

The team from the University of Warwick and Federico II University Medical School in Naples analized 16 studies involving a total of 1.3 million people before reaching their conclusions. In their conclusion they discovered that people who slept for less … Continue reading

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Sleep – Not Too Little, Not Too Much

By: Robert W. Griffith, MD Back in 2004 I summarized an editorial in the journal Sleep summarized the view, based on numerous studies, that the association between sleep duration and mortality can be represented by a J- or U-shaped curve. … Continue reading

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Connection Between Sleep Duration and Untimely Death

New research from a Singapore – U.S. team provides more evidence that sleeping too little — or too much — may be bad for your heart. The investigators also noted that diabetes and hypertension may contribute to this relationship. Among … Continue reading

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Sleeping Your Way to a Longer Life

By: Edward L. Schneider, Dean, Leonard Davis School of Gerontology, University of Southern California, MD Dean Edward L. Schneider turns his attention to sleeping problems in this extract from his book “AgeLess”. His Longevity Quotient shows how to measure the … Continue reading

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Sleep Duration and Effect on Weight Loss

This article is in more simple language. If we like to read some idea in more scientific and professional language, please read article “Sleep Well and Stay Slim: Dream or Reality?“ From the Annals of Internal Medicine, October 5th 2010: Calorie … Continue reading

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Sleep Well and Stay Slim: Dream or Reality?

The prevalence of obesity is increasing worldwide, with serious consequences for affected individuals, health care systems, and society. Because of the lack of effective interventions for obesity prevention, obesity is likely to continue to be a major public health challenge … Continue reading

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Balanced and Healthy daily routine or DINACHARYA

In all of creation there are no better and more powerful medicines, tools, techniques, methods etc. than to tune in with the rhythm and laws of Divine and Almighty Nature. That was boldly admitted by all holistic health Doctors and … Continue reading

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Sound Sleep Tips For Balanced and Healthy lifestyle

Sleep is vital need of growth and subtle body, mind and intelligence and is essential for every individual. At least seven to eight and a half hours of sound sleep will determine the mood for the whole day. If one … Continue reading

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Healthy and Happy Sound Sleep starts before 10 pm

This short essay based on scientific research, is presented to help us recognize the need to take rest early each night (latest before 10 pm) and to wakeup at least before sunrise (average 6.30 am) each morning in order receive Supreme Success and live Balance and Healthy lifestyle. Continue reading

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Importance of Sleep

Interestingly, one of the most important things you can do to energize your body is to give it more rest. While experts say people require different amounts of sleep, most people should get between seven and eight hours a night. … Continue reading

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