Sleep disorders are conditions that affect the way you sleep. It can be difficult to regulate your life as a result of sleep disorders, so here you can find guides on how to recognize and rectify some of the most commonly diagnosed sleep disorders.
How to Stop Sleep Talking
Sleep talking, also known as somniloquy, is a type of parasomnia. Parasomnias are abnormal behaviors that take place during sleep. Learn more here!
Complete Guide to Jet Lag
Jet lag is a temporary sleep disorder that can be experienced by anyone traveling across different time zones. Read more about this here.
How to Stop Sleepwalking
How to Stop Sleepwalking Sleepwalking, also known as somnambulism or parasomnia, is an abnormal behavior that occurs during sleep. It involves getting up and walking around while still in a state of sleep. The actions that occur during an episode of sleepwalking are...
Complete Guide to Idiopathic Hypersomnia
Idiopathic hypersomnia is an uncommon, chronic, neurological disorder that affects the body’s ability to feel well rested. Learn more here.
Understanding Restless Leg Syndrome
Understanding Restless Leg Syndrome Restless legs syndrome (RLS), also known as Willis-Ekborn disease is a condition that causes an uncontrollable urge to move your legs, and often occurs due to an uncomfortable sensation. RLS typically only happens in the evening or...
How To Tell If You’re An Insomniac
Insomnia is one of the most common sleep difficulties reported in the United States today. Learn how to tell if you’re an insomniac here.
Understanding Narcolepsy A Sleep Disorder with Adverse Everyday EffectsNarcolepsy is a chronic sleep disorder that is characterized by daytime drowsiness and sudden onsets of sleep. Individuals who have narcolepsy often find that it is difficult to stay awake for any...
The Complete Sleep Apnea Guide
Sleep Apnea is a potentially serious condition. Check out this guide to learn about this sleep disorder.
The Complete Insomnia Guide
Most people experience insomnia and have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep at some point in their life. It is estimated that around 30% experience insomnia. Learn more here.
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...
Teeth Grinding and Sleep
Teeth Grinding and SleepBruxism or teeth grinding affects 85 to 90 percent of people during their sleep. 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...
Sleep and Depression: An Endless Cycle
Those with depression report having difficulty sleeping. This correlation represents that both sleep and depression affect and are affected by each other.
Restless Legs Syndrome
Restless legs syndrome is a disorder resulting in discomfort, aching or strange sensations in the legs. Read more here!
How Do You Treat Sleep Apnea?
Sleep apnea is the involuntary obstruction of the airway causing difficulty breathing. Learn all about sleep apena in our latest blog!
Fibromyalgia is a disorder associated with joint and body pain and tenderness as well as nonrestorative sleep. Learn more here.
Have you ever woken up unable to speak or move? If so, you are most likely part of the 40 percent of people who have sleep paralysis. 1 Sleep paralysis is a sleep disorder that causes the body’s ability to move and speak to be paralyzed while falling asleep or while...
Why Do People Sleepwalk?
Sleepwalking is a particular disorder that occurs when the normal physiological functions of the body are active at what would normally be considered “inappropriate” times.