Bedding company Spring Air hosted its third international summit in Indonesia in a forum designed for the company’s international licensees to share best practices. RELATED Spring Air Kicks off U.S. Media Tour Held in Jakarta, Indonesia, and hosted by the Massie family, owners of Spring Air-Indonesia, the summit attracted licensees from the United Arab […]
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Can a lack of sleep impact a child’s behavior? The symptoms of a lack of sleep are often obvious to watchful parents. Some of these tell-tale signs include: recurrently falling asleep in the car (excluding young infants); requiring extreme stimulation and repetitive reminders to get up in the morning; behavioral abnormalities such as excessive emotionalism, […]
Two of the most common narcolepsy symptoms—excessive daytime sleepiness and cataplexy—are often connected to your emotional state. You may tend to exhibit these symptoms when you experience intense emotions, such as laughter, sadness, surprise, or frustration. Common narcolepsy symptoms include: Cataplexy (loss of muscle control). Often, narcolepsy may cause you to have a sudden loss of […]
Don’t let snoring damage your relationship Is snoring causing a rift in your relationship? No matter how much you love each other, lack of sleep or poor quality sleep from frequent snoring can strain a relationship as well as put your partner’s health at risk. When snoring is a problem, relationship tension can grow in […]
Here are some results from the study that show the range and disparity of sleep problems among these different populations: India and Indonesia reported the lowest rates of sleep problems—6.5% of Indian women and 4.3% of Indian men reported difficulty with sleep, and 4.6% of Indonesian women and 3.9% of Indonesian men reported sleep problems. […]
If sleeping more isn’t an option, take naps! They can sometimes boost more than extra sleep! it has been proven that a 20 min nap is more revitalizing than an extra 20 minutes snoozing!
Are you napping correctly?
Stress can cause sleepless nights. The National Sleep Foundation’s 2009 poll found that a third of Americans reported problems sleeping because of the U.S. economy and financial concerns. The good news is, no matter what problem is keeping you awake, there are things you can do to stop stressing and start loving your sleep again. […]