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Sleep Disorders

Sleep paralysis, an often unsettling condition, is characterized by a temporary inability to move or speak while falling asleep or upon waking. Learn about effective strategies for addressing this unusual phenomenon... 
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Sleep Calculator, Key Points to Remember, Understanding Sleep Cycles, The Composition of a Sleep Cycles, How Many Cycles Are Optimal? Sleep According to Age, When to Sleep and Wake Up, Tips for Enhancing Sleep, Effects of Sleep Deprivation, Final Thoughts FAQ and Key Points to Remember
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When it comes to napping, timing is everything. You need to take them at the right time--and for the right length of time, to get the most benefits. Learn the secrets of taking smarter naps!
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Learn more about the illnesses that result from Insomnia--and the illnesses that lead to Insomnia.
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Learn about 7 Lesser-known Insomnias that may be the cause of your ongoing sleep loss.
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Insomnia is the #1 sleep disorder in the US. Chronic insomnia usually requires help from a professional but there are also lifestyle changes we can make to ensure better sleep.
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These 5 Tips for beating Insomnia, will guide you toward healthier habits and more productive behaviors.
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Sleep apnea is a health issue for millions of people. An estimated 4% of middle-aged men and 2% of middle-aged women suffer from the disease, totaling 12 to 18 million people just in America. According to The National Institute of Health, sleep apnea is the leading cause of daytime drowsiness.
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Millions of people suffer from some kind of sleeping disorder, and there are many reasons why. We study hard, work hard, and play hard. We stay up late to party or celebrate. Sometimes we just don’t want to go to bed when we’re supposed to. But being tired occasionally and missing sleep occasionally may not be that bad
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Sleep disorders are very common in America. Some research shows 70 million Americans suffering from one kind or another and 40 million suffering chronic sleep disorders. It is estimated that more than 75% of Americans aged 20-59 have said they have sleeping problems.
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