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More than half of Americans between the ages of 13-64 reported sleeping disturbances at least one night every week, in a 2011 Sleep in America poll taken by The National Sleep Foundation.
On October 26, 2011, Dr. Oz, America’s favorite doctor, did a show on insomnia and since I was planning to write an article on it today I decided to watch, hoping to learn something new.
Insomnia is often associated with old age, as the older people become the less easily they are able to fall asleep and stay asleep in a satisfying way.
Insomnia is a terrible condition to have.
In the last few articles I have talked about sleep problems and insomnia. Insomnia is a pervasive problem in the United States.
To follow-up HerWriter Vonnie Kennedy’s recent July article (posted July 2011), Top 12 Don’ts Before Bedtime,
Insomnia is a problem impacting more than 60 percent of Americans according to the National Sleep Foundations 2011 report.
Today I was reading an article on how food affects our sleep.
Your alarm goes off at 6:00AM on a Monday morning and you realize you’ve only been in bed for 5 hours.
Some historians believe the Mayan Indians invented the first hammock. The elevated hammock provided the Mayans with protection from small reptiles and other animals.
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