Sleeping Helps With Memory Retention
Guzzling coffee and pulling an all-nighter cramming for an exam or presentation has been a necessary evil for many people at some point in time. While most know that being extremely sleep-deprived harms mental performance, a recent study has found that sleeping actually aids in learning and memory formation.…
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Snoring is the #1 Nighttime Disturbance
According to a survey conducted for Etap Hotels, snoring is the number one nighttime disturbance, depriving bedmates of sleep and causing relationship problems. This issue is more prevalent than one might think: one in four couples admit they sleep in separate beds because of an unbearable habit like snoring. One woman in Duncan, South…Continue
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Drowsy Drivers: The Unspoken Road Danger
Drunk driving has claimed many innocent lives, and advocacy groups like Mothers Against Drunk Driving are committed to "increasing public awareness and creating social change in the attitude and behavior toward drunk driving." While a lot of progress has been made in this landscape, there is another major cause of car accidents that goes widely unmentioned.
One out of every six…Continue
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Sleepless in Seattle, and New York and San Francisco...
A recent global survey conducted by the Phillips Center for Health and Well-Being found that Americans are among the world's leaders in sleep deprivation, along with the French and Taiwanese. In fact, New York City was listed as the most sleep-deprived major city in the world.
A majority of Americans reported they don't get enough sleep because they…Continue
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For most snorers the closest thing to a simple, accessible snoring alert program has been the accidental elbow jabbing of a bedmate, or perhaps the excessively loud throat clearing of a fellow traveler. Until now. GRsoft Labs has launched Snore Inspector, an application built for iPhones, iPads and iPods to track and alert the user of nightly snoring.
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Researchers have concluded that lack of sleep compromises the success of dieting in two distinct ways. Studies…Continue
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Trouble concentrating and diminished memory can be classic symptoms of dementia – however, they could also be symptoms of sleep apnea, in disguise. A woman complained of these same symptoms when she visited an Alzheimer’s specialist at the Mayo Clinic, and although the woman was only in her 60s, the doctor agreed that she was probably developing dementia.
When asked about her quality of sleep, she reported that she hadn’t noticed any problems, but fortunately her son noted that she…Continue
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When we discuss the various procedures used at Sereno Center to mitigate or eliminate snoring with a patient, we often recommend a combination of procedures to obtain the best possible result. Frequently, this will include a procedure known as…Continue
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How Sereno, the Center for Snoring Solutions, is helping patients utilize advancements in sleep medicine
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Our top three snoring misconceptions for this series:
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Continuing from our Snoring Misconceptions from last week, this week we have:
I don't think a "simple fix" will actually work. And I don't want to change my lifestyle or undergo a painful surgery.
There's a big difference between a snorer who just snores and one who also suffers from a serious health condition like severe Obstructive…
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