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Sleep disruptions are one of the most commonly reported complaints among menopausal women. A new study of middle-aged women found that sleep problems vary across the stages of menopause, yet are consistently correlated with hot flashes and depression ...
The organisers of the Sleep in the Park to raise funds to end homelessness in Scotland have announced a multimillion-pound investment in secure accommodation for 600 people. Social Bite raised £4 million last December when 8,000 people spent a night in ... Social Bite 'sleep out' to help 600 homeless people BBC News
It's probably due to a lack of sleep because a stressful work shift had you tossing and turning overnight. A poll of 2,000 Americans concludes people experience about 60 bad days each year — and 80 percent of the time those lousy days are triggered by ...
The number of children dying from sleep-related deaths in Jefferson County is on the rise. In 2014, 7 infants died from co-sleeping with parents or being placed on improper bedding. In 2015, that number doubled. And in 2016, 21 children below the age ...
The Providence Journal Readers, do you have questions about sleep? Do you have trouble sleeping? Wake up feeling tired all the time? On Monday, The Journal will host a live Q&A with a national sleep expert to try to get some answers. If you have questions about sleep, reach ...
Sleep challenges come in all kinds of forms, whether you work an odd shift, snore or struggle with sleep apnea, you may need to see a specialist. On average, people spend one third of their lives sleeping. So, tossing and turning at night can make ... Sleep Disorders Greater Kashmir
Sleep problems can be due to the body's natural daily sleep-wake cycles, inadequate sleep, sleep disorders, or certain drugs. Each day there are two periods when the body experiences a natural tendency toward sleepiness: during the late night hours ...
It doesn't matter if you're on a red-eye or you just pulled an all-nighter: You can either sleep on flights, or you can't. The luckiest among us can drift off to the soft sounds of other passengers boarding and a rumbling, idling engine pre-takeoff ...
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