Sleep medicine

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  • Why We Can T Sleep At Night

    Can’t sleep at night? There is hundreds of reasons why. Everyone has had a rough night of sleep, which brought them to question something being really wrong. Through your lifestyle, anxiety and depression you can cause your own sleeping disorders. Insomnia, narcolepsy, sleep apnea and plenty more effect thousands of people, but all in different ways. Although, there is no cure, you can get treated to ease you back into the right routine. In this essay the most serious and common disorders will…

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  • Insomnia Research Paper

    everyone is not suffer from Insomnia but I still will like to inform you because many people suffer and are not even aware of it.Insomnia is a health condition that causes an inability to sleep. Do you ever just find yourself up all night, Or just waking up in the middle of the night and not being able to return to sleep? These simple questions can help you figure out if you are suffering from a case of insomnia. Insomnia can affect an individual's psychological, physical, and emotional…

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  • Informative Essay On Sleep Apnea

    Sleep Apnea: Top Tips to Prevent Bad Sleep (I.E., Loud Snoring) Sleep apnea is a symptom that top tips help you to avoid. According to sources (if left untreated), risks of high blood pressure, stroke, diabetes, and detrimental heart problems are increased when sleep apnea remains untreated. In fact, this type of breathing increases the risk of near-fatal accidents at, due to a sudden lack of attention. Unfortunately, it is a difficult task to find out if you actually have sleep apnea; the…

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  • Sleep Hygiene Definition

    environment around us while going to sleep to have a comfortable and a better sleep. Sleep hygiene is the behavioral and environmental practice that is intended to promote better quality sleep (Voinescu et al., 2015) Making a good sleeping environment that is quiet, dark, and is recommended. The sounds around you, if there is a source of light in your room, and the bad temperatures will make you wake up while sleeping and this disrupt your continuous sleep Sleep quality represents like so how…

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  • The Negative Effects Of Lack Of Sleep

    Adequate sleep has an important role in the academic performance. Sleep has been a part of one’s everyday life. But currently, the ability to sleep may be intruded by the things that cause stress or maybe one exchange sleep with work or play time (Breus, n.d.). It can affect one’s way of living and how one interacts with things or people (National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, n.d.). To be able to function properly, teens or young adults need about eight to ten hours of sleep (National Sleep…

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  • Disparaging All-Nighter Study

    information recall and reasoning skills, is significantly decreased when deprived of sleep.” (Huffington Post) this…

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  • Sleep Deprivation And Obstructive Sleep

    Sleep apnea is a serious sleep disorder medical condition in which a person’s breathing is interrupted while asleep. Untreated patients with this condition stop breathing repeatedly through their sleep cycles which may cause the body or the brain to not receive oxygen. The sudden grasps for air during these moments causes a lack of REM (rapid eye movement). REM sleep deprivation causes serious effects on a person while awake during the day such as the process of storing memories, learning, and…

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  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea Literature Review

    Obstructive Sleep Apnea is a condition where respiration stops for an extended period of time during sleep. This is generally caused by excessive relaxation of the soft tissues of the oropharynx and muscles of facial expression and mastication obstructing the airway. It has been theorized that the potentially life threatening Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome (OSAS), directly and indirectly influences Periodontal disease. Literature Review Signs and symptoms of OSAS consist of snoring, abrupt…

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  • Sleep Disorders And Restless Leg Syndrome

    this week’s assignment for the 2 page paper, I was really excited. From the website given I chose sleep disorders and restless leg syndrome as my two topics. I chose sleep disorders, because it has always interested me. I chose restless leg syndrome, because my dad has it. He suffers from it almost every night. I would love to learn more about it to be able to help him. There are many common sleep disorders. Most of them can be caused by stress, physical health, emotional health, physical…

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  • Why Do We Need Sleep Deprivation?

    These days, a lot of people sleep less than eight hours nightly, some people may require more and some less, and many of them have difficulties in getting asleep. One reason why many people experience sleep deprivation is their busy lifestyle. People spend a considerable amount of time driving because of a long commute, to pick their children up and so on. The more time you spend in your car, the less time you have for your sleep. People keep accumulating sleep debt because they don’t have…

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