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4 Questions to Help You Better Understand Sleep Apnea
Are you feeling very tired and irritable? Do you have difficulty concentrating or feel suffocated during the night? You may suffer from sleep apnea. To summarize the problem, here’s a simple Q & A! Read
4 tips to sleep better during the holidays
It can never be overstated: sleep is essential to our health and our well-being. And that’s especially true during the holidays, when we tend to get more stressed and busy. Here are a few tips to help you get enough sleep so you can recuperate. Read
How to treat insomnia?
Fatigue and insomnia are some of the issues facing a society that thrives on stress and focuses on performance. These days, countless people struggle with sleep disorders. Are you one of them? If so, what follows might be of interest to you. Read
Insomnia: when sleep escapes you
We all know that sleep is important. Indeed, it is often partly responsible for how you feel throughout the day, in addition to contributing to good health. It is said that between 30 and 40% of adults experience sleep problems at one moment or another during a year. Read
Narcolepsy, or “falling” asleep
We spend about one third of our life sleeping, which represents an approximate total of 25 years. A good night’s sleep has a direct, positive influence on one’s quality of life and even life expectancy. But what happens when sleep patterns are disturbed, as is the case with narcolepsy? Read
Sleep equals health!
We spend close to a third of our lives sleeping; we need sleep for our physical, mental and emotional health. The number of hours you sleep is important, but the quality of your sleep is just as important. Read