Sleep Disorders

  • Abnormal Sleep Behavior Disorders
    For most people, dreaming is purely a "mental" activity: dreams occur in the mind while the body is at rest.
  • Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders
     What is Non-24-Hour Sleep Wake Disorder?
  • Excessive Daytime Sleepiness Disorders
    We all feel tired sometimes, but roughly 20 percent of the population can be classified as having Excessive Sleepiness (sometimes referred to as Excessive Daytime Sleepiness).
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    Insomnia
    Mindfulness exercises may help the brain calm down and give you a better night’s sleep.
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    Sleep & Disease
    If you’re routinely skimping on sleep, this habit can increase your risk of type 2 diabetes. But there's a quick way to reverse this trend.
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    Sleep Problems
    Here are clues from your body and mind that your stress-meter is running too high for you to snooze well. 
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    Sleep Related Breathing Disorders
    They may look and feel funny, but throat-strengthening moves may ease snoring and sleep apnea and make for quieter nights. 
  • Sleep Related Movement Disorders
    Approximately one in ten adult Americans suffer from Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS), also known as Willis-Ekbom Disease. Learn more about this sleep-related movement disorder.
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