Spring Air Sleep Blog

Sleep and Its Effect on Your Heart

A healthy heart does not only reflect how active and energetic you are, it also shows that you take a good amount of rest or sleep every day.  The vitality of sleep for the heart can be understood by the results of recent studies conducted on the patients with sleep...

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Signs That You May Be Sleep Deprived

If you have been spending nights tossing and turning, it is already clear your next day is going to be exhausted and tiring, no matter if you double the intake of caffeine or sugar to fight relentless phases of yawns, stress, and fatigue. Sleep experts reveal that if...

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How Light and Sleep are Connected

Evolutionary conditioning tells us that day time is the time to stay awake while the night is to rest. Indoor lights and lamps allow us to remain awake past sunset. But people who lived during the industrial age, exhibited different sleep patterns than us. Before the...

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Sleeping with Pets in Bed – Pros and Cons

A cute and cuddly pet makes you feel like sharing your whole world with it. While it’s common for pet owners to share their food with cats and dogs, some don’t mind sharing their beds with their beloved animals. A study by the American Pet Products Association reveals...

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Wake up with the Birds!

Let's start with some facts: Only around 1 out of 10 people is a real morning person. However, only 2 out of those 10 fall can be referred to as night owls while the remaining are somewhere in between. The good news is, even if you function optimally in the late hours...

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Springing Forward with Day Light Savings

Daylight savings time (DST), and also sometimes referred to as summertime in certain countries, is the practice of moving our clocks ahead  during the summertime so that evening daylight can last longer while letting go on normal sunrise times. Generally, regions that...

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Sleep and Working Out

Scientists have known for a while that working out and sleeping on time have a symbiotic relationship, but that link is proving to be deeper and more imperative than expected. The primary functions of sleep are to store energy and to repair bodily tissues. The more...

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Should you be Sleeping with a Weighted Blanket?

Around half of the American population reported to experience occasional sleep restlessness and insomnia, while 22% reported to have insomnia on a regular basis. Insomnia is a debilitating health complication that can be the result of stress, anxiety, disease or the...

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Why You Should Be Using a Humidifier for Winter Sleep

Humidity is the level of water vapors present in the air, and humidifiers are devices that work to increase it. During the cold months, a number of diseases may become dominant owing to the cold, dry air. Even in weather where there is moisture outside, the heating...

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