poor sleep

SLEEP. ARE YOU GETTING ENOUGH?

Have you ever feel tired or not energetic after having adequate sleep all the night? Why is this? Is it poor quality sleep, or have they lost the ability to “switch off” and relax? In general, adults need about 7-8 hours sleep per night while children and adolescents need around 9-10 hours per night. However, amount of sleep people ranging from 5-10 hours per night. Sleep is necessary for human

The Anatomy of an All-Nighter

I just get email from one of my readers that want me to share her infographic that related to health. Just look at the picture and learn something.. Via: Online Colleges Guide I think it is good for you to know about people problem on sleep.

Cause of insomnia

Have you seen a person that can’t sleep? Based on research there are one in five people has the problem.This disorder symptom called insomnia. The person also wake up too early from their sleep and not feel refresh after a night’s sleep. The normal amount of sleep is around 6-8 hours per night and most of us need at least 3-4 hours sleep at night. For older people they will

Good sleep tips

Do you have trouble in sleeping? Can’t sleep at night even turn off the light? Lack of sleep is one of problem that affects some of people. This sleep deprivation can cause problem especially during day. For those who get this problem, you must take action to solve it. It is bad for others and your health. This is some basic tips to those who have sleep deprivation :-

Sleep Like A Baby

Hi, in my previous entry I’ve wrote that I just buy a Health and Beauty Magazine and promise to write some of article in that magazine. In this entry I just share how to get a quality sleep like a baby. Image Hosting Sleep Like A Baby Pregnancy is often a very delicate time in a woman’s life when she has to battle hormonal roller coasters and feelings of constant

Lost Hour of Sleep Over Weekend May Put Heart at Risk Monday

upload images THURSDAY, March 8 (HealthDay News) — Not only do you lose an hour of sleep after the clocks move ahead to daylight-saving time this weekend, but you also may be at increased risk for a heart attack, a heart expert claims. “The Monday and Tuesday after moving the clocks ahead … is associated with a 10 percent increase in the risk of having a heart attack,” Martin Young,