Monthly Archives: March 2017

Sleep Disorders and Popular Treatments

By Kermit Bauer

The US Department of Health and Human Services reports that 70 million people in the United States suffer from sleep problems. Sleep disorders affect a person's overall quality of life and are related to difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, the quantity of sleep, quality of sleep, and level of...

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Snoring and Heart Disease: Why Does Snoring Leads to Heart Failure

By Louies Krish

Recent studies have revealed that snoring and heart disease is related. Heavy snoring is a symptom of a common health condition, sleep apnea. Sleep apnea causes interruption of breathing for more than ten seconds during sleep. This is also a possible symptom of heart disease. Sleep apnea is common...

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What You Should Do About Restless Leg Syndrome in Pregnancy

By Lucas Steagner

Those sensations of twitching, crawling, aching, and burning that seem to come in surges are more than likely symptom of restless leg syndrome in pregnancy. What should be the most beautiful experience of your life can become agonizing in the latter parts of your pregnancy if you start to...

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List of Sleep Disorders

By Ashley McAdams

A sleep disorder is characterized as the disturbance in time, quality, amount, or behavior associated with sleep. The average length of time an individual sleeps varies but on average most adults sleep between seven and nine hours per night. Not only is the quantity of sleep important but the...

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