If you listen to classical music to relax, you’re on the right track to achieving a better night’s sleep. Researchers at Case Western Reserve University’s Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing and the Buddhist Tzu-Chi General Hospi... Read more
Most people have experienced sleep problems at one time or another, but what causes insomnia is very individual. There are actually two different forms of insomnia—secondary (when insomnia occurs as a symptom or side effect of something else) a... Read more
Is a good night’s sleep eluding you?
Tossing and turning the whole night through,
Drowsiness, fatigue, a lack of sleep,
There is more help than just counting sheep.
There are many factors that can cause sleep problems, and even more... Read more
For many years, mental health professionals viewed depression as primarily a women’s disease. Of the 11 million Americans diagnosed with clinical depression every year, less than 1 in 10 were men; and an even larger percentage of people activel... Read more
So you already know that a well-balanced diet and a regular exercise program are keys to your weight loss plan. But are you listening to that other recommendation you’ve heard more than once in your life? Get plenty of sleep. Recent medical stu... Read more
OK, so I've done this since late Feb. I've either lost .5 a week, or stayed the same for the past 4 weeks. In order to lose weight do I have to follow the Smart People diets to a t. I've been substituting alot, but I check the graphs and I should... Read more
Yesterday I was in the Fitness Tracker and somehow I got to a point that it asked me if I wanted my fitness tracker and nutrition tracker to work together. I thought it would be great that my calories expended would work with my nutrition taken in..... Read more
Hi, I'm on dialysis and have been having osteoporosis problems for the past few years as a result. I recently had surgery to rectify this in March 2013. I still have some aches and pains but it is getting better. Because of this, I can't exercise as... Read more
does anyone at Spark fitness see a problem / contradiction in terms here??? Seriously??? and please don't make excuses like i have seen before.. i can't see any.you can come up with, seriously.. this is a problem and obviously the exercise tip /this... Read more
Your body's reaction to sleep loss can resemble insulin resistance, or make you pre-diabetic or you may be diabetic and not know. Fatigue and sleeping problems can be due to high blood sugar or spikes, high blood pressure and a host of other problem... Read more
One of the specific memories I have of my grandmother was her sleep habits. At certain times of the year, it was difficult for her to stay awake until it got dark outside. In the morning, she’d be up before dawn, peeking out the win... Read more
Be honest: How many hours did you sleep last night? If you’re like 35% of Americans, then you probably got fewer than seven hours—in other words, not enough! You already know that a lack of rest can lead to exhaustion, and you may ha... Read more
Yesterday I went to the doctor got blood drawn. Test results came back normal. Now I have to go in for a sleep study at Aurora Bay care in Green Bay. To see if it deals with my sleep disorder or sleep apnea. I am making a call tomorrow to see if it w... Read more
I re-wrote the title of today's post no less than five times.
Let me first say that this post really doesn't have anything to do with sleep. Tracking my food is the real culprit. I have been pretty lax when it came to actually writing down w... Read more
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