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How caffeine causes sleep problems

Those who are avid coffee lovers know the jittery, awake feeling that too much caffeine can cause- and moreover, its effects on sleep. Drinking any caffeinated drinks too close to bedtime is a sure way not to fall asleep on...

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Sleep Inertia: Why waking up is so hard

The feeling of waking up in the morning and feeling bogged down and disorientated is all too familiar to some people. Those people likely struggle with something known as sleep inertia. Sleep inertia occurs when waking up in the morning or waking up from a nap. It's the feeling of just not having the energy to get up and wanting nothing more than to go back to bed.

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What Causes Snoring

Roughly half of all adults within the United States suffer from the same sleep problem. In fact, you or someone you know likely suffer from this loud problem as well: snoring. While it might seem like a sleep disorder in...

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Sleep Tips for Newborn Babies

The best rule of thumb for this range is that the younger you are, the more sleep time you need. Newborn babies, specifically, need the most sleep per day. Over the course of 24 hours, a newborn baby needs to get between fourteen to seventeen hours of sleep.

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Cardiovascular Consequences of Sleep Loss

It is important to ensure that you are sleeping to your fullest, otherwise you run the risk of inflammatory cardiovascular struggles. It has been found that sleep loss can result in heightened blood pressure, which thus can cause many other determinants regarding the cardiovascular system. 

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