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Insomnia Linked to Mortality Risk

December 11, 2013   ·   By   ·   No Comments   ·   Posted in Home Page Enabled, Insomnia Problems

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Insomnia, the most common sleep disorder, affects up to one-third of the population in the United States. In new findings, researchers from Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) have found that some insomnia symptoms are associated with an increased risk of mortality in men. These findings are published online in Circulation and will appear in an upcoming print issue.

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Sleep Treatment: How Neurofeedback Holds Promise For Insomnia Sufferers

October 31, 2013   ·   By   ·   No Comments   ·   Posted in Home Page Enabled, Insomnia Problems

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Upwards of 70 million Americans suffer from the debilitating effects of insomnia and other sleep disorders. It is an equal opportunity destroyer of daytime productivity for both lay people and professionals alike.

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Behavior Problems for Toddlers Who Get Less Sleep

July 30, 2013   ·   By   ·   No Comments   ·   Posted in Home Page Enabled, Insomnia Problems

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A new study in the Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics reveals that preschoolers who get less than 10 1/2 hours of sleep per night have a greater chance of behavior problems later in childhood, adolescence and adulthood.

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Help Sleeping: A New Alternative Neurofeedback

June 11, 2013   ·   By   ·   No Comments   ·   Posted in Home Page Enabled, Sleep Medications

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Needing help with your sleep? Your not alone. Up to 70 million Americans consistently have trouble sleeping. With three out of ten adults dealing with some from of insomnia, it stands to reason that both the managed-care health system and big pharma would  have the motivation to find a cure.

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Dysfunction in Emotional Brain Circuitry Effected By Chronic Insomnia

June 9, 2013   ·   By   ·   No Comments   ·   Posted in Home Page Enabled, Trauma Recovery

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A newly released study has revealed that the emotional brain circuitry in sufferers of insomnia operate differently than that of a control group of normal sleepers.

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