Sleep is an essential part of your health and well-being. The restorative process repairs muscle and boosts energy, making it essential to our overall physical health and performance. Plus, sleep is closely linked to mental and emotional health—lack of sleep can result in increased stress, and people who experience sleep insufficiency are at a greater risk of depression. Despite the crucial role sleep plays in our life, millions of us
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of depression, often known as ‘Winter Depression’, that comes and goes in a seasonal pattern. The symptoms often begin in autumn and last throughout the darker months, but they are more apparent and tend to be more severe during the winter. Some sufferers may feel the effects right up until the weather improves and days become lighter in the spring. The symptoms can
When people don’t get enough sleep, certain brain cells literally slow down. A study that recorded directly from neurons in the brains of 12 people found that sleep deprivation causes the bursts of electrical activity that brain cells use to communicate to become slower and weaker, a team reports online Monday in Nature Medicine. The finding could help explain why a lack of sleep impairs a range of mental functions,
We all know that a good sleep is very important for our health. With a great deal of scientific research available that says adults need eight hours sleep per night. Ignoring this research can have negative consequences for both boy and mind. Armed with the knowledge that good sleep is vital for a healthy lifestyle, we can take steps to ensure we’re approaching sleep in the best possible way in
Do you have problem to sleep? This problem could be a disease and effect your health. Drommabed.com has shared the infographic on how to fall asleep fast.
WEDNESDAY, May 24, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Getting less than six hours of sleep a night may double the odds of dying from heart disease or stroke for people who already have risk factors for heart disease and diabetes, new research suggests. Known as metabolic syndrome, this cluster of risk factors can include high blood pressure, high levels of LDL (“bad”) cholesterol, high blood sugar, obesity, high levels of blood