The Complete Insomnia Guide

The Complete Insomnia Guide

The Complete Insomnia Guide Information About One of the Most Common Sleep Disorders  Most people experience insomnia and have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep at some point in their life. It is estimated that around 30% of the population has insomnia, making...
Sleep Talking

Sleep Talking

Sleep talking, often times accompanying sleepwalking and other sleep disorders, is known as somniloquy. Most sleep talkers are completely unaware that they are speaking in their sleep until informed by a bed partner or housemate. Sleep talking can be classified as...
Teeth Grinding and Sleep

Teeth Grinding and Sleep

Bruxism or teeth grinding affects 85 to 90 percent of people during their sleep. 1 Only about 5 percent of those are chronic teeth grinders. Most infants and children grind their teeth when they first come in during teething and when adult teeth come in. 2 Most people...
Sleep and Depression: An Endless Cycle

Sleep and Depression: An Endless Cycle

A common symptom of many sleep disorders is depression. Those with depression report having difficulty sleeping. This correlation represents that both sleep and depression affect and are affected by each other. It is not certain whether one disorder is more dominant;...
Restless Legs Syndrome

Restless Legs Syndrome

Restless legs syndrome (RLS) is a disorder resulting in discomfort, aching or strange sensations in the legs that are only relieved upon moving the legs. 1Insomnia is the major byproduct of RLS and can make staying rested very difficult. The sensations felt in the...
How Do You Treat Sleep Apnea?

How Do You Treat Sleep Apnea?

What is Sleep Apnea? Sleep apnea is the involuntary obstruction of the airway causing difficulty breathing. Many individuals are not diagnosed and believe that they are simply horrible snorers. The lack of diagnosis is usually because it is difficult to test for sleep...