Lifestyle Effects

Teeth Grinding At Night: Causes, Prevention, and Treatment

There are many factors that can lead to sleep bruxism (teeth grinding) at night - learn about the causes and treatments.

Lifestyle Effects

More Physical Activity and Less Sitting are Linked to Lower Sleep Apnea Risk

New research highlights how increased physical activity levels and less sitting may help prevent people from getting obstructive sleep apnea.

Lifestyle Effects

How Sleep Deprivation Affects The Body

Sleep deprivation can have effects on your body including weight gain, mood changes, and a weakened immune system.

Lifestyle Effects

Sleep and Pain

What are the links between pain and sleep? Just as importantly, what are the best ways to manage them and get proper sleep?

Lifestyle Effects

How Do Smoking and Nicotine Impact Sleep?

If you often find yourself smoking around bedtime, you might wonder how nicotine impacts your sleep. Here are some answers. 

Lifestyle Effects

How Tai Chi Improves Sleep

If you suffer from insomnia, you’ve probably tried many solutions already. But what about martial arts? Here’s how tai chi improves sleep.

Lifestyle Effects

Standard Time vs Daylight Saving Time

Dr. Smita Patel explores the concept of Daylight Savings time vs standard time, and how this affects the health of our society.

Lifestyle Effects

Getting Over Jet Lag

Many people suffer from jet lag while traveling and lose sleep. What are the causes and what can be done to prevent it?

Lifestyle Effects

The Relationship Between Sleep Apnea and Depression

Researchers are now exploring a potential link between sleep apnea and depression - is there a connection?

Lifestyle Effects

How Blue Light and Intensity of Light Impacts Circadian Rhythms

If you’re wondering how blue light and intensity of light impacts circadian rhythms, here’s how, along with some tips to reduce its impact.

Heart Health

Sleep and Heart Health

You may not have connected sleep and heart health, but not getting enough sleep may be as bad for your ticker as being overweight or smoking.

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