Sleep Insights

Breathing Through the Night: Exploring American Experiences with Nighttime Breathing Difficulty

Sleep disorders do not single out one type of person. Instead, they affect the lives of an estimated 22 million people in the United States, with approximately a third of adults across North, Central, and South America likely experiencing symptoms. It impacts all genders, races, and income levels, not even sparing celebrities such as NFL …

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Up All Night: How All-Nighters Impact Your Health

Consistent sleep deprivation poses major health risks: Individuals who accumulate significant “sleep debt” are more likely to suffer from a range of chronic illnesses. If we neglect our rest on an ongoing basis, we stand to undermine our quality of life and jeopardize our long-term well-being. But how risky is the occasional sleepless night, undertaken …

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The Great Pet Debate: Should Animals Sleep in the Bed?

Companionship, bonding, memorable moments, entertainment, exercise–these are just a few of the reasons many people choose to bring pets into their lives and hearts. What recent data will reveal, however, is that better sleep may also be another reason to finally bring home that dog. Wanting to know how pets help their owners find rest, …

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Traveling With a Sleep Disorder: Exploring How Sleep Disorders Affect Vacations

Everyone needs to go on vacation. Unfortunately, many who would likely benefit from a trip are forgoing their sought-after R&R time due to the added stress of traveling with a sleep disorder. Vacations can prove to be challenging for someone with poor sleep health on their own when they are meant to be an escape …

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Air Quality and Health Outcomes: Is The Air Making You Sick?

While pursuing a desirable job in a warm, promising city like Los Angeles or Phoenix sounds like a great idea, people looking to relocate may also want to add air quality to their list of criteria. Using the most recent datasets available from government sources—such as EPA Air Quality Index Report and the CDC’s Behavioral …

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