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Sleeping Over

5. October 2009

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Seep Over with someone at some place just to spend the night sleeping at someone else’s home. Typically said by teenagers or younger children who spend the night with a friend “Mom, can I sleep over with Tony?” or ” Can I sleep over at Tony’s house?” To stay the night in someone else’s home: “If […]

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Sleep and Weight Gain

1. October 2009

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Can we gain weight during sleep?  (American Academy of Sleep Medicine ) According to new research, in the presence of free access to food, sleep restricted subjects reported: decrease in appetite, food cravings and food consumption however, they gained weight over the course of the study. Thus, the finding suggests that energy intake exceeded energy […]

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World Sleep Day

30. September 2009

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Watch Video:  Public Service Annoucement on the importance of sleep World Sleep Day 2008

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Sleep Habits Around the World

29. September 2009

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We all sleep: at home, in hotels, in camps, on boats, in vilages, in all cities, in all states, in all provinces, in all territories, in all countries, and n all continents, even on pacecrafts. Do we know how well do people in different countries sleep? Do they have the same sleep problems than people in other countries? […]

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World Sleep Day 2010

28. September 2009

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World Sleep Day is celebrated on the Friday before Spring starts Plan to participate again next year as we celebrate sleep on Friday, March 19, 2010   If you are interested in partnering with the World Association of Sleep Medicine in sponsoring the 2010 World Sleep Day please contact Allan O’Byran at allan.obryan@charter.net This e-mail address is […]

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Sleep and Weight Loss

27. September 2009

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Q: What is common between SLEEP and WEIGHT LOSS? A: Duration of sleep is directly proportional to a weight loss. If you do not sleep for at least 7 hours a night you a will be gaining weight. Weight Loss & Weight Gain There is a direct relationship between sleep and weight loss. More accurately, this relationship is between […]

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World Sleep Day 2009

26. September 2009

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(Cont’d from World Sleep Day Part 1) The slogan of the March 2009 World Sleep Day is: “Drive alert, arrive safe” The following information is compiled from the World Sleep Day press release: Things to remember: Better sleep could cut serious road accidents by a third News Release by World Association of Sleep Medicine, New […]

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World Sleep Day 2008

25. September 2009

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World Sleep Day is an international annual event, intended to be a celebration of sleep, sleep problems , and treatment of sleep disorders.  The first World Sleep Day was launched on March 14th 2008  It aims to lessen the burden of sleep problems on society through better prevention and management of sleep disorders Sleep quality […]

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Sleep and Consciousness

17. September 2009

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The Neural Bases of Consciousness  The word consciousness refers to a state when a person is conscious or unconscious.    The term is also used to indicate a sense of conscious experience, or awareness of something  Consciousness involves short-term memory Fully conscious humans have a sense of self, which requires relatively long-term memory Consciousness varies in […]

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Psychology of Sleep

16. September 2009

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This article provides information about sleeping, which is known as the psychology of sleep. What requires to be fully alert?  To be a peak performer you need to be fully alert, dynamic, energetic, in a good mood, and well rested You should be able to remember things, names nd faces You will need to make […]

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