sleeping could improve with these gadgets

Sleeping Issues Might Improve If You Use These Gadgets

Time is money — even, as it turns out, time you spend sleeping.

Researchers at the University of California, San Diego, found that getting an extra hour of shut-eye each night correlated to a 16% increase in pay. That’s quite a nice tradeoff, given that all you have to do to get it is be unconscious.

But of course, that’s easier said than done; work, schedules, stress and our ever-present mobile devices intrude on our ability to get to sleep and stay asleep. So, just in time for the National Sleep Foundation’s Sleep Awareness Week, here are a few ways to help you regularly achieve the kind of deep slumber you normally only get on a long vacation.

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sleep and 10 things that could be hurting it

Trouble With Sleep? These 10 Things Could Be The Reason

Without sleep, your health — both mental and physical — as well as your ability to focus seriously suffers. And let’s be honest, without an adequate amount of rest, none of us are fun to be around.

There are a few tried and true ways to get a better night’s sleep, such as not consuming caffeine after a certain hour or keeping your devices out of your bedroom. But there are also factors that you wouldn’t expect to be sapping valuable hours of shut eye. Read on for some of the most stealthy sleep saboteurs.

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sleep awareness week 2017

Sleep Awareness Week 2017: Sleep Better, Feel Better

The National Sleep Foundation (NSF) today announces Sleep Awareness Week 2017, its annual event celebrating sleep health running through April 29. Advancing the theme, “Sleep Better, Feel Better.,” this year’s Sleep Awareness Week encourages the public to prioritize sleep to improve their overall health and well-being.

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Google exec shares his secret to sleep

Google Exec Shares Secret That Helps Him Sleep Better

Jonathan Rosenberg, Google’s former SVP of product, advises one of the most important tech CEOs on the planet, Larry Page of Alphabet, Google’s parent company.

He’s also co-author, with executive chairman Eric Schmidt, of business tome “How Google Works.”

It’s no surprise that someone with Rosenberg’s schedule admits to having an “addiction” to his smartphone, something every professional can relate to. But even this busy exec makes a point of putting his phone away while at dinner and before bed. He says the simple habit helps him relax after a busy day and fall asleep.

 Scientific research says he’s on to something.

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Entrepreneurs who sleep can still make millions!

Entrepreneurs, you can still sleep late and make millions!

By Carol Roth

Sleep Late? No Problem!

We’ve all heard how successful entrepreneurs wake up well before the crack of dawn and get a metric ton done before 5 a.m.

However, as a successful entrepreneur who struggles with mornings, I wanted to let the late risers out there know that there is hope for you, too. So, I spoke with a variety of millionaires who wouldn’t even think of waking up at 5 or 6 . . . or even 7 a.m.

Here’s our best advice to be successful when the snooze button is your best friend.

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Job interfering with sleep?

Is Your Job To Blame For The Lack Of Sleep You’re Getting?

Are you getting enough sleep? If you’re not getting at least seven hours or more every day, the answer is likely “no,” according to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society.

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Do sleep problems lead to mental issues? or both ?

Sleep Problems: A cause of mental illness, or a symptom?

Do Sleep Problems Cause Mental Illness? Or Are They A Symptom Of It?

Americans are quite sleep deprived these days, but what you might not know is all of that not sleeping could be affecting your mental well-being. Or, is it that your mental health is leading to sleepless nights and yawn-filled days? The data paints a picture: Nearly one in five Americans suffers from some kind of mental illness, according to data from the National Institute of Mental Health. Even more surprising, a whopping 50 to 80 percent of people living with typical psychiatric illnesses also report chronic sleep problems, compared to less than 20 percent of the general population.

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sleep less as we age

Ever Wonder Why You Sleep Less As You Get Older?

It’s a known fact that as we age, we sleep less. But the reasoning behind this phenomenon is poorly understood. Do older adults sleep less because they need less sleep, or because they simply can’t get the rest they need?

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sleep deprivation could result in bone loss

Inconsistent Sleep Can Eventually Cause Loss Of Bone Formation

Insufficient sleep, a common problem that has been linked to chronic disease risk, might also be an unrecognized risk factor for bone loss. Results of a new study will be presented Saturday at the Endocrine Society’s 99th annual meeting in Orlando, Fla.

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sleep apnea related bathroom trips

Sleep Apnea Treatment May Decrease Nightly Trips To Bathroom

MONDAY, March 27, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Millions of Americans battle bothersome nighttime conditions, such as sleep apnea or the need to get up frequently to urinate.

Now, new research suggests that treating the former condition with CPAP “mask” therapy might also help ease the latter.

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