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In our time-obsessed culture, we pride ourselves on multi-tasking, on how busy we are and how little sleep we can get and still function … An estimated 40% of the people in the US alone are not getting enough sleep. In addition to work-related sleep deprivation, stress and physical discomfort are important players in how much, […]

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Sleep Well, Feel Well

On February 23, 2015 By

 

Sleep allows your body to rest and to restore its energy levels.

 

Like food and water, adequate sleep is essential to good health and quality of life.

 

Test your sleep IQ, then take the steps you need to sleep better, longer.

 

Answers:

False. As people age, they often find that […]

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Dr. Winningham’s next several posts will feature excerpts of Chapter 9, “Sleep and Memory” from his book,”Train Your Brain: How to Maximize Memory and Ability in Older Adulthood” Baywood Publishing Company, Inc. 

BOOK Giveaway Contest!

Enter to WIN a copy of  “Train Your Brain: How to Maximize Memory and Ability in Older Adulthood” signed by author Dr. Rob Winningham.  

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 Dr. Winningham’s next several posts will feature excerpts of Chapter 9, “Sleep and Memory” from his book,”Train Your Brain: How to Maximize Memory and Ability in Older Adulthood” Baywood Publishing Company, Inc.    

BOOK Giveaway Contest!

Enter to WIN a copy of  “Train Your Brain: How to Maximize Memory and Ability in Older Adulthood” signed by author Dr. Rob Winningham.  

To be entered […]

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Having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep? Worried about  insomnia or sleep apnea and what they could mean for your […]

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