Sleep talking is normal and medically, it is harmless. But, the embarrassment of being a sleep talker may make you feel uncomfortable. Because of your sleep talking, you may hesitate to share your room with others, thinking of the disturbance you may create. In the process, you may become a[.....]
Excessive tiredness isn't always a side effect of a busy life. While you can reverse lifestyle factors like irregular sleep hours, heavy drinking, or dehydration, some causes are more serious. These include sleep-disrupting problems like sleep apnea and restless leg syndrome, psychological ones like depression and anxiety, and physiological causes like anemia, hypothyroidism, diabetes, chronic fatigue syndrome, and brain tumor.
Sagging breasts or ptosis is a problem women deal with after childbirth, weight gain, and aging. Wearing a supportive bra can help the twins defy gravity when you’re up and about, but wearing one to sleep may not be as critical. Circumstances like surgery may need you to wear a comfortable supportive bra, but otherwise it's a choice that’s purely personal and not a means to guarantee your breasts won’t sag.
Nocturnal teeth grinding or sleep bruxism affects around 20% kids below 11 and 8% adults. Since stress causes most cases of teeth grinding, try yoga, therapy, and relaxation techniques for relief. Avoid tobacco, alcohol, and caffeine, all of which affect sleep quality, making bruxism likely. Use customized mouth guards to keep the jaw in place. Or try hypnotherapy.
Working out regularly and staying in shape has gained more popularity than ever before. With offices creating dedicated areas for fitness, people make use of the gym facilities either in the morning before work or in the evening after work. But, the question that remains is when is the best[.....]
Nightmares are frightening or unpleasant dreams that rattle you from your sleep and wake you up with your heart pounding. You can usually tell a nightmare from a bad dream because they feel more vivid or intense. Most people have experienced nightmares at one time or another. The usual reaction to wake up[.....]
If you're suffering from insomnia and fail to get a good night's sleep, cognitive behavioral therapy may help. This form of talk therapy examines your thoughts and behaviors, recognizes the unhelpful ones, and tries to change them. It uses techniques like sleep hygiene, relaxation training, stimulus control, paradoxical intention, sleep restriction, and biofeedback.
Keeping an aquarium has many benefits. Aquariums not only beautify the living spaces, but can also be therapeutic must-haves that help you deal with everyday life better. The size of the aquarium does not really matter. Just a small aquarium with some pebbles, plants and fish will serve the purpose.[.....]
The American Cancer Society debunks the claim that wearing a bra while you sleep might increase your risk of breast cancer. Neither can a bra constrict your chest and cut off circulation – unless it's really tight and ill-fitting. Wearing a bra may actually be beneficial after you've had breast surgery or a biopsy, or if you experience any kind of breast pain. Otherwise, it boils down to a question of comfort and choice and not health!
Starting your day off gulping down a glass of milk might seem like a quick and nutritious start to your day, but milk being heavy in digestion can leave you prone to stomach aches and heartburn as well. In accordance with ayurveda, milk may be better saved as an end of day drink to help you wind down and crank up the sleep inducing hormones in your body.
Insomnia is an indicator of magnesium deficiency. Moreover, since this vital mineral is important for muscular and nerve function, a deficiency often manifests as restless legs syndrome, which can wake you up many times in a single night. Recommended dietary intake is 400–420 mg a day for men and 310–320 mg for women. Eat whole grains, milk and yogurt, green leafy veggies, legumes, and nuts.
Never skip your breakfast. It slackens your metabolism, paving the way for weight gain or heart disease. Eat at least 2 fistfuls of veggies; drink at least 1.2 L water a day; and sleep for at least 7 hours at a stretch. Exercise outdoors, take time out for what you love, and pamper yourself every now and then.
Sleep paralysis is a sleep disorder that occurs during falling asleep and waking up due to an overlap between wakefulness and sleep. You are conscious in this state but can't move, speak, or react and often hallucinate. Episodes usually last for a few seconds to minutes and are frightening. It's more common in students and psychiatric patients and is often a symptom of narcolepsy. A consistent sleep schedule and a light meal before bed can prevent it.
Age is what we make and our feelings about growing old is how we feel on the inside, but not outside. Whether you are scared of aging or welcome it smilingly, there are many ways to keep your body healthy and your spirit feeling young. Here are 9 mistakes you might be making that are the culprits in making you age more quickly.
Co-sleeping is native to many cultures but it's a tradition that modern medicine is questioning. With the yearning for parent–child bonding and physical closeness to the young infant, co-sleeping has its fair share of takers. If this is something you do want to do, taking some precautions can make it safer for the child.
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