Does it seem like your teenage son or daughter is constantly sleeping? While teens may seem to sleep a lot, research has shown that it is because their bodies require more sleep to function. Often times the sleep your teen is getting is lower quality sleep. As Back To School returns, check out these 3 tips to help improve your teen's sleep quality, helping them be more productive and do better in school.
Snoring is something that many Americans suffer from. In fact, about 20% of all Americans suffer from snoring activities during sleep. That is more than 90 million people! There are plenty of prescribed remedies to try to improve your snoring such as losing weight, using nasal strips, and even sleep respirators. One underrated technique to improve your snoring habits is to simply invest in a better and adjustable mattress. Read on to learn how sleeping on a better mattress can reduce snoring and improve your sleep!
Perhaps you've never once thought about your body's position while you sleep. As long as you're asleep, what does your position matter? Well, your body placement may affect your health substantially according to new studies. Check out the following pros and cons and discover whether your sleeping position is helping you or the opposite.
Sleep Paralysis. On an average, 8 percent of the general population have experienced REM atonia (sleep paralysis). More could be determined if we factor in others who have difficulty sleeping and/or suffer from mental illnesses that disturbs their ability to sleep. Sleep Paralysis is quite common and many people suffer from it. If you are a part of the eight percent who suffer from it, you may often feel like you are constantly battling in your sleep which often leads to a night of little to no rest. Don't worry, here are 3 ways to help alleviate sleep paralysis so you can get a more peaceful nights rest.