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(July 26, 2017)
'Overworked' lecturers who sleep in their offices threatened with disciplinary action
(by telegraph.co.uk)
University students can often be found working late into the evening, scrambling to finish their assignments by dawn.
But at Queen Mary University London (QMUL), it is the "overworked" lecturers who have been burning the midnight oil, after they were caught sleeping in their offices overnight.
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(July 23, 2017)
14 Sleeping Habits of Unsuccessful People
(by independent.co.uk)
Get some rest.
It's advice we've all heard before - for a good reason.
The more quality shut eye you get, the more refreshed you'll be in the morning. In turn, that'll set you up to effectively tackle the challenges of your day.
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(July 20, 2017)
Sleep On It... Tips for Insomniac Workers - Live Chat
(by theguardian.com)
Drooping eyelids, heavy limbs and befuddled brain: there's nothing more exhausting than having to work when you've had a restless night.
Yet many of us have trouble getting a good night's kip: one in three people are regularly affected by insomnia.
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(July 17, 2017)
This is the Best Time to Sleep if You Need to Wake up Feeling Refreshed
(by mirror.co.uk)
Do you ever go to bed ridiculously early because you need to wake up on time for work - then feel even more tired in the morning?
Well, you might be doing it wrong.
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(July 15, 2017)
How To Get Your Baby To Sleep On A Plane, According To Experts
(by romper.com)
The first time you fly with your baby is never, ever easy. If you're anything like me, you'll probably spend your time panicking; convinced your baby will be "that baby" the rest of the passengers glare...
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(July 13, 2017)
Do Concussions Affect Sleep?
(by natlawreview.com)
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) occurs when an external force, usually a blow or jolt to the head, disrupts the normal functions of the brain...
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(July 10, 2017)
What Would Happen if Everyone Went Vegan?
(edited by Grand Health Institute)
What would happen if every person on Earth adopted a vegan diet - without milk, meat, honey, or any other animal-sourced food? It's a (very) hypothetical question, is it possible....
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(July 07, 2017)
How to Get a Good Night's Sleep
(edited by Grand Health Institute)
Do you struggle to get a good night's rest? Grand Health Institute(GHI) explains how a few diet changes can make all the difference...
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(July 04, 2017)
Happy 4th of July
Happy Independence Day from all of us at Grand Health Institute, Miami Comprehensive Sleep Center

(July 01, 2017)
Sleeping Holds The Key To Your Productivity
(by goodmenproject.com)
Here are few benefits of sleep that ensure the employee is up to the mark and ready to deliver best services all the time:
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(June 28, 2017)
How Air Conditioning Changed the World
(Edited by Grand Health Institute)
Imagine we could control the weather - pushing a button to make it warmer or cooler, wetter or drier.
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(June 25, 2017)
Why You Need to Pay Attention to Older Kids' Sleeping Habits
(by washingtonpost.com)
Sleep supports healthy growth and development. Children who sleep less than the recommended number of hours suffer an increase in behavior, learning and attention disorders.
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(June 22, 2017)
Five Things That Can Ruin a Good Night's Sleep
(Edited by Grand Health Institute)
We all struggle to function without a good night's sleep. Here are five common things that prevent many of us from getting the rest we need.
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(June 19, 2017)
Don't Lose Sleep Over Apnea, but Treatment is Crucial
(by cnn.com)
Last week, actress Carrie Fisher's autopsy report contained a surprising detail: The Los Angeles medical examiner listed sleep apnea as a factor in the "Star Wars" actress' death.
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(June 16, 2017)
Sleeping In on Weekends Could Have a Surprising Benefit
(by cosmopolitan.com)
Emerging research recently published in the journal Sleep suggests that sleeping in on weekends could actually have some benefits, thank you very much.
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(June 07, 2017)
Five Sleepy Facts
(Edited by Grand Health Institute)
Here are five things you may not know that hopefully won't keep you awake at night worrying.
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(June 13, 2017)
Nancy Pelosi: Donald Trump 'Needs Sleep'
(by cnn.com)
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has some advice for President Donald Trump: Get some sleep.
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(June 10, 2017)
This Is How Many Hours Of Sleep Lebron James Gets A Day
(by forbes.com)
Cleveland Cavaliers All-Star forward Lebron James is sleeping through this year's National Basketball Association (NBA) Finals. How can that be?
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(June 04, 2017)
Babies May Sleep Longer in Their Own Rooms, Study Says
(by cnn.com)
The sooner babies get their own rooms, the longer they'll sleep on average, according to a new study that breaks with the recommendations of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
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(June 01, 2017)
Short Sleep Linked to Death in Patients With Heart Disease, Stroke
(by medscape.com)
The risk for death associated with cardiovascular disease (CVD) and cerebrovascular disease (CBV) is significantly increased in adults who get fewer than 6 hours of sleep a night, a new study with objective sleep data indicates.
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(May 30, 2017)
Is Climate Change Wrecking Your Sleep? (Hint: Yes!)
(by rd.com)
If you think it's too hot to sleep, you may be right, and what's worse, it could be packing on the pounds.
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(May 27, 2017)
Is Beauty Sleep a Real Thing?
(by Grand Health Institute)
According to researchers Beauty sleep is a real thing, and people who miss out on sleep do appear less attractive to others.
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(May 24, 2017)
How to Sleep in Hot Weather - Twelve Simple Tips for Keeping Cool in Bed
(by thesun.co.uk)
If the heat has got you tossing and turning in a sweaty mess, then these tips are essential to make sure you sleep better tonight.
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(May 21, 2017)
Entrepreneur Network's Best Sleep-Related Advice
(by entrepreneur.com)
It's pretty clear by now that sleep is really important for entrepreneurs - running a successful business is going to take everything you have,
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(May 18, 2017)
Does Reducing Sleep Makes you HUNGRY?
(by Grand Health Institute)
We know that a bad night's sleep affects my memory. The link between sleep and memory has been around for a long time and one plausible theory is that during deep sleep your brain moves short-term memories, collected that day, into long-term storage, freeing up space in your brain for more memories.
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(May 15, 2017)
Turns Out, Sleeping With a Stuffed Animal as a Child Can Impact You as an Adult
(by today.com)
Did you sleep with a special stuffed animal, doll or blanket as a kid? A lot of us did, and funny enough, a lot of us still do.
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(May 12, 2017)
Morning Daylight Exposure Tied to a Good Night's Sleep
(by reuters.com)
Workers who are exposed to sunlight or bright indoor lights during the morning hours sleep better at night and tend to feel less depressed and stressed than those who don't get much morning light, according to a recent study.
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(May 09, 2017)
How Much Sleep Do Other Species May Need?
(by Grand Health Institute)
Species / Average total sleep time per day
Python: 18 hrs
Tiger: 15.8 hrs
Cat: 12.1 hrs
Chimpanzee: 9.7 hrs
Sheep: 3.8 hrs
African Elephant: 3.3 hrs
Giraffe: 1.9 hr

(May 07, 2017)
Power of a Nap: Med Students Use Sleep Pods to Research Sleep Deprivation
(by wsbtv.com)
Nestled in a library where University of Central Florida medical students quietly study are two white pods where those same sleep-deprived students can catch 40 winks.
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(May 05, 2017)
Why Do We Need to Sleep?
(by Grand Health Institute)
This is a question that has baffled scientists for centuries and the answer is, no one can be sure. Some believe that sleep gives the body a chance to recuperate from the day's activities but in reality...
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(May 03, 2017)
Lack of Sleep Can Cause Weight Gain, Early Aging
(by myplainview.com)
A good indicator of people's physical, mental, and emotional well-being can be seen in the quality of sleep they receive each night. If people do not get enough deep, restful sleep, then their body is not able to recharge and can start to break down in many different ways and damage the body.
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(May 01, 2017)
Do Sleep Apps Actually Help? Many Fall Short, Study Shows
(by chicagotribune.com)
Many popular sleep apps offer relaxing noises and the ability to track hours slept, but few provide tools that promote healthier sleeping habits, a University of Illinois study has found.
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(April 28, 2017)
Does Sleep Matter?
(by Grand Health Institute)
We know that sleep plays a significant role in brain development, and it is therefore important for children to get enough sleep as their bodies grow and mature.
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(April 26, 2017)
5 Surprising Foods to Help You Sleep Better
(by forbes.com)
Have trouble getting to bed or staying asleep? You're not alone. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates one in four American adults get less than the daily recommended seven to eight hours of sleep. That insufficient shuteye is leaving them more at risk of diabetes, heart disease, depression and obesity.
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(April 24, 2017)
The 7 Strategies That Help Entrepreneurs Get A Full Night's Sleep
(by forbes.com)
Entrepreneurs and upper-level professionals frequently push themselves to the limits, working 60 hours or more every week, working through nights and weekends, and sometimes even pulling all-nighters to meet deadlines or hit goals.
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(April 22, 2017)
Why Jeff Bezos Prioritizes Something Other CEOs Don't
(by cnbc.com)
As CEO of Amazon, Jeff Bezos has a packed schedule. But you'll hardly ever catch the e-commerce mogul burning the midnight oil.
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(April 20, 2017)
What is Keeping Our Children Awake?
Top 8 Eight things that keep your child awake at night

(by Grand Health Institute)
1. Insomnia occurs when a child complains of having trouble falling or staying asleep, or of waking up too early in the morning.
2. Nightmares occur late at night during REM (rapid-eye movement) sleep and awaken a child.
3. Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS)...
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(April 18, 2017)
Poor Sleep in Anxiety, Depression May Make it Harder to See Positive
(by sciencedaily.com)
A lack of sleep makes everything harder. Focusing, finishing assignments, and coping with everyday stress can become monumental tasks.
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(April 16, 2017)
Are You Getting Enough Sleep?
(by wbur.org)
One in three American adults doesn't get enough sleep, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Adults need an average of seven hours of sleep a night, and regularly not getting enough sleep increases risk of obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease. It also impairs cognitive performance.
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(April 14, 2017)
'Touchscreen-Toddlers' Sleep Less, Researchers Say
(by bbc.com)
Toddlers who spend time playing on smartphones and tablets seem to get slightly less sleep than those who do not, say researchers.
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(April 12, 2017)
How Much Sleep Do Teens Need Before Safely Getting Behind the Wheel?
(by wkrn.com)
Adults may notice the symptoms of being overly tired, but what about teenagers, especially when they are behind the wheel?
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(April 10, 2017)
12 Habits to Dramatically Improve Your Sleep
(by entrepreneur.com)
Better sleep means better business. Here's how to get the best rest of your life-without sacrificing performance.
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(April 08, 2017)
5 Ways You're Wrecking Your Sleep Schedule and How to Stop
(by forbes.com)
Recent reports indicate an estimated 83.6 million adults in the US are sleep deprived. That means nearly one in every three adults in the nation isn't getting enough sleep.
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(April 06, 2017)
Poor Sleep Increases the Risk of Heart Attacks and Strokes, Says Study
(by thesun.co.uk)
Experts say sleep is as important as exercise and healthy eating.
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(April 03, 2017)
Why Sleep Needs to be a Serious Part of Your Recruiting Routine
(by usatodayhss.com)
Student-athletes always seem willing to go the extra mile except when going the extra mile means going to bed. Sleep is arguably one of the easiest things to do but the hardest to get. Why?
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(April 01, 2017)
Some Night Owls Have 'Perpetual Jet Lag', New Study Shows
(by today.com)
Researchers have found a genetic mutation that turns people into Martians - at least when it comes to sleep patterns.

People with the mutation tend to be night owls because it keeps them on a perpetual 24 1/2 hour schedule - close to the Martian 24 hour, 39 minute day, researchers reported in the journal Cell.
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(March 29, 2017)
Analysing the Way Children Sleep Could Help us to Understand Autism
(by independent.co.uk)
Without a good night's sleep, it's hard to function. For children, it can affect their learning...
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(March 27, 2017)
Sleep Deprivation Impairs Emotions Recognition, Study Finds
(by cbslocal.com)
When we're tired, we can certainly be a shell of ourselves. And according a new study, we're unable to decipher non-survival-oriented facial expressions, such as those portraying happiness or sadness.
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(March 25, 2017)
Do You Know Why March is National Sleep Awareness Month
(by grandhealthinst.com)
Why March has been designated National Sleep Awareness Month. One part of sleep awareness is knowing how our sleep may be affected by changes in the environment.
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(March 23, 2017)
Better Sleep Can Make us Feel Like a Million Bucks
(by medicalnewstoday.com)
Sleep deprivation and sleep disorders are dangerous, costly, and impact our health and overall well-being. New research puts forth sleep as a major public health concern, and shows that the effects of a good night's sleep are as beneficial for our happiness and well-being as winning the lottery might be.
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(March 20, 2017)
What Happens if You Don't Sleep for 24 Hours? You're Basically Drunk
(by usatoday.com)
For college students, new parents and employees dogged by deadlines, the all-nighter is nothing new. But going without sleep leaves you basically drunk...
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(March 17, 2017)
How to Get the Perfect Amount of Sleep Based on Your Sleep Cycles
(by independent.co.uk)
For a lot of people, getting to bed early is a real challenge. Every morning, you wake up feeling shattered and resolve to go to sleep earlier that day.
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(March 14, 2017)
Is it True??? Lack of Sleep = Health Problems
Top 5 Problems From Lack of Sleep
(by grandhealthinst.com)
1. Anxiety and Depression: Insomnia can contribute to anxiety by raising levels of cortisol, the stress hormone. Sleep problems can also make other symptoms of depression worse and are much more common than oversleeping in people with depression...
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(March 12, 2017)
Quality of Sleep as Important as Amount of Time You're Sleeping
(by chicago.suntimes.com)
Few things kick a day off better than waking up after a restful night's sleep. You got enough hours in, you didn't wake up during the night, and, the crowning achievement - you woke up ready to get out of bed.
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(March 10, 2017)
Is a Lack of Sleep Killing Your Career?
(by telegraph.co.uk)
During his presidential campaign, Donald Trump proudly boasted that he only slept for three hours a night - making him part of the so-called 'sleepless elite'.
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(March 08, 2017)
Top 5 Reasons You Need to Call Grand Health Institute
(by grandhealthinst.com)
1. An infant who is extremely and consistently fussy
2. A child having problems breathing.
3. ...
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(March 06, 2017)
Students Allowed to Nap at School With Sleep Pods
(by nbcnews.com)
Several New Mexico high schools are trying a new approach to dealing with sleep-deprived students: letting them sleep.
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(March 03, 2017)
3 Yoga Poses for Better Sleep
(by today.com)
Having trouble falling asleep at night? You're not alone: According to the National Sleep Foundation, 45 percent of Americans say poor sleep affects their daily lives.
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(March 01, 2017)
Top 8 Sleep Tips from Grand Health Institute
(by grandhealthinst.com)
1. Set a regular bedtime for everyone each night and stick to it.
2. Establish a relaxing bedtime routine...
3. ...
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(Feb 27, 2017)
Why Do I Feel Sleepy Until the Moment I Get in Bed?
(by time.com)
You've craved sleep all day. You fell asleep watching Netflix. But the second you get into bed you're wide awake...
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(Feb 25, 2017)
Are You Getting Enough Sleep? Doctors Offer Tips for Sound Slumber
(by wkbn.com)
According to the NIH, 50 to 70 million Americans suffer from sleep problems...
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(Feb 23, 2017)
To Sleep, Perhaps to Learn
(by psychologytoday.com)
Got kids or grandkids in school? Odds are they are not getting enough sleep, and it is hurting their learning and grades.
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(Feb 21, 2017)
The Tangled Web of Sleep
(by usnews.com)
Your brain needs to sleep to help it process what is important, and what can be forgotten.
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(Feb 19, 2017)
5 Benefits of a Night Shower (Including Improved Sleep)
(by treehugger.com)
While some people may find the prospect of starting the day without a shower a bit daunting, there's a lot to be said for washing at night. Especially if you have trouble sleeping.
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(Feb 16, 2017)
Can't Sleep? When Is It Time to Seek Professional Help
(by freep.com)
It's no secret that Americans aren't getting enough sleep.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in three adults in the U.S. doesn't get the recommended eight hours of sleep a night.
For those who are self-medicating or tossing and turning, it may be time to look at your sleeping habits once and for all, according to...
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(Feb 14, 2017)
Lost Sleep Is Costing Japan's Economy Billions
(by bloomberg.com)
Sleep deprivation is doing more harm in Japan than just making people grumpy and unhealthy. It is also holding back the world's third-largest economy.
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(Feb 12, 2017)
Busy Moms Often Shortchange Themselves On Sleep
(by wdbj7.com)
Sleep experts say mothers are often shortchanged on sleep, because there are so many other people to look after, including kids and pets.
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(Feb 10, 2017)
February is National Children's Dental Health Month
(by colgate.com)
This month-long national health observance brings together thousands of dedicated dental professionals, health care providers and educators to promote the benefits of good oral health to children, their caregivers, teachers and many others.
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(Feb 07, 2017)
Want to Prevent Teen Mental Health Problems? Let Them Sleep
(by philly.com)
Adolescents who do not get enough sleep are more at risk for alcohol and marijuana use, concludes the results of research...
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(Feb 05, 2017)
The Best Ways To Get Back To Sleep, According To Experts
(by askmen.com)
Prominent sleep scientists have revealed the best and worst ways to react to waking up in the middle of the night and being unable to get back to sleep.
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(Feb 02, 2017)
Surprising Sleep Facts: How Poor Sleep Hurts You, According To Science
(by medicaldaily.com)
Despite sleep's critical role in our lives, there's a lot about this behavior we don't understand, especially what happens when we can't get enough. However, we are making some progress in our research - the team at SciShow has compiled a list of some of the most important recent discoveries we've made about sleep.
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(Jan 30, 2017)
Sleep Deprivation Weakens Immune System
(by voanews.com)
Not getting enough sleep can make you sick, according to a new study...
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(Jan 28, 2017)
Visual and Verbal Creatives May Sleep Differently
(by psychcentral.com)
Visually creative people tend to have poorer quality of sleep overall, while verbally creative people tend to sleep longer and later...
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(Jan 25, 2017)
Sleep Better, Play Better: How Sleep Affects Your Poker
(by pokernews.com)
Let me suggest an insufficiently mined corner of the poker universe that you should consider drilling for a reciprocal advantage - sleep.
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(Jan 22, 2017)
Tennis Players Waking Up to Notion That Sleep Can Provide an Edge
(by espn.com)
Melbourne, Australia - From technology to training, ice baths to oxygen pods, what to eat and even when to eat it, being a top tennis player has long meant more than just forehands and backhands.
And in the never-ending search to gain an edge, players are beginning to understand that something we all take for granted - sleep - could be the key to improving their performance, day in, day out.
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(Jan 19, 2017)
Light at Night May Disrupt Sleep and Health
(by usatoday.com)
Bright natural daylight is rich in blue wavelengths that can alert us and suppress the release of melatonin, a hormone that helps us fall asleep. When we get bright light, especially bright blue light, at night...
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(Jan 16, 2017)
Six Reasons Why Sleeping in Separate Beds Can Be a Good Idea
(by theguardian.com)
Sleeping alone from time to time to avoid snoring, a young child in your bed and duvet hogging is a total luxury...
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(Jan 13, 2017)
How Entrepreneurs Can Change Their Business With More And Better Sleep
(by forbes.com)
There is more to a healthy lifestyle than quality food and exercise - sleep. It is an important ingredient often overlooked in people's daily routines even...
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(Jan 11, 2017)
Sleep Health Program Reduces Firefighter Disability and Injury
(by eurekalert.org)
Many firefighters suffer acute and chronic sleep deficiency and misalignment of their circadian rhythm (body clock) due to extended shifts and long work weeks.
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(Jan 09, 2017)
What Is The No Cry Sleep Solution?
(by romper.com)
For sleep deprived parents everywhere, getting a baby to sleep through the night can seem like mission impossible. Lack of sleep and good parenting don't always go hand in hand...
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(Jan 07, 2017)
Surprising Late-Night Snack May Help You Sleep Better
(by wric.com)
A recent study is suggesting late night fruit snacks may actually be better than the historic milk choice. The Advances in Nutrition study found eating kiwis and cherries will help you sleep better.
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(Jan 05, 2017)
Immune System Reboots During Sleep
(by tucson.com)
Researchers say they've gained new insight into how the immune system restores itself during sleep.
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(Jan 03, 2017)
Sleep May Help People Process Traumatic Events
(by cbsnews.com)
Sleeping soon after a traumatic event can help some people cope
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(Jan 01, 2017)
It's Time to Get Sleep Problems Checked Out
(by laprensasa.com)
I snore so loudly that my wife sometimes asks me to sleep on the couch, or she will sleep there herself. But even if I am alone, my snoring is so bad that sometimes it wakes me up.
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(Dec 29, 2016)
Holiday Depression Facts and How to Cope
(by laprensasa.com)
Our bodies and minds are connected, and making sure that you are taking care of your body is really important. Get a good amount of sleep with an average of seven to eight hours, physical activity on a regular basis and a balanced diet of fruits and vegetables without excess amounts of caffeine and sugar. blues.
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(Dec 27, 2016)
Recognizing the Holiday Blues
(by stjoechannel.com)
Many experience stress and depression this time of year.
Maintaining a healthy diet, exercising regularly and trying to get good sleep can help combat the holiday blues.
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(Dec 25, 2016)
Khloe Kardashian Reveals How She Deals With Stress During The Holidays!
(by perezhilton.com)
"I'm a really bad sleeper normally because I'm an overthinker and can't shut off. I've been sleeping better these days but I still don't sleep enough. I used to be stressed about so many other things and worried at night..."
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(Dec 23, 2016)
Sleep Disruption Has Genetic Links With Obesity, Schizophrenia
(by medicalnewstoday.com)
In the journal Nature Genetics, scientists from the United States and the United Kingdom explain how chronic sleep disturbance that is linked to a number of diseases, psychiatric disorders, and premature death, is a global health problem that affects 25-30 percent of adults.
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(Dec 21, 2016)
As Sleep Improves, So Does An Injured Brain
(by npr.org)
For patients with serious brain injuries, there's a strong link between sleep patterns and recovery.
A study of 30 patients hospitalized for moderate to severe traumatic brain injuries found that sleep quality and brain function improved in tandem.
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(Dec 19, 2016)
A Staggering Number Of Top Athletes Don't Sleep Well
(by huffingtonpost.com)
Though regular exercise tends to improve sleep for mere mortals, up to half of elite athletes may be getting too little sleep or have poor quality sleep, according to a review of existing research.
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(Dec 17, 2016)
Is Resting Your Head on a BOX the Best Way to Sleep on a Plane?
(by dailymail.co.uk)
Do you ever have trouble sleeping on planes, struggling to find a comfy spot to rest your head?
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(Dec 15, 2016)
Sleep Guidelines Aim to Reduce Obesity
(by nzherald.co.nz)
Up to one in three New Zealand toddlers aren't getting enough sleep - a problem that can contribute to weight problems, including obesity.

The importance of getting a good night's sleep to maintain a healthy weight has been included in new Government guidelines.
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(Dec 13, 2016)
Why Do Dogs Sleep so Much?
(by mnn.com)
What's your dog doing right now? Unless it's dinnertime, there's a good chance he's sleeping. As every dog owner knows, dogs sleep a lot.
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(Dec 10, 2016)
Why Sleep Disorders May Precede Parkinson's and Alzheimer's
(by scientificamerican.com)
When the body's biological clock goes awry, insomnia and related disruptions may be an early sign of pending cognitive decline
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(Dec 07, 2016)
Sleep Problems 'Common With Asthma'
(by medscape.com)
A high proportion of people with asthma also have problems sleeping, a study has revealed.
Researchers in the US found that a combination of asthma and insomnia is also associated with poorer asthma control, depression, anxiety and other issues that affect health and quality of life.
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November is National Diabetes Awareness Month
November 14 is World Diabetes Day


(Dec 04, 2016)
Sleep and Diabetes: The Secret Link
(by webmd.com)
Researchers are studying the link between shut-eye and diabetes. What they're finding is that how you sleep - how well, how little, or how long - can help determine whether you get the disease or not.
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(Dec 01, 2016)
Sleep Longer To Lower Blood Glucose Levels
(by webmd.com)
Doctors and scientists have known for decades that insufficient sleep affects the body's hormone levels and ability to regulate and metabolize glucose.
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(Nov 29, 2016)
Can Diabetes Affect Your Sleep Schedule?
(by healthline.com)
1) Tossing and turning all night is common in people who have diabetes.
2) It's common to compensate for a lack of sleep by eating an excess amount of food to try to gain energy through calories.
3) Certain sleep disorders, such as sleep apnea, are more common in people who have diabetes.
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(Nov 26, 2016)
The Sleep-Diabetes Connection
(by webmd.com)
Not sleeping? Check your blood sugar levels.
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(Nov 24, 2016)
Happy Thanksgiving
Happy Thanksgiving from Dr Shahzeidi and all of us at Grand Health Institute.

(Nov 21, 2016)
After Train Crash, Transit Regulators Targeting Sleep Apnea
(by foxnews.com)
Federal regulators are urging railroads across the country to test train operators for obstructive sleep apnea after the engineer in September's deadly New Jersey commuter train crash was found to have the fatigue-inducing disorder.
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(Nov 19, 2016)
Poor Sleep Linked to Worsening Kidney Disease
(by philly.com)
For people with chronic kidney disease, poor sleep may boost the chances that their illness will worsen, new research suggests.
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(Nov 17, 2016)
Pope Says Sleeping 'Like a Log' Helps Him Handle Stress
(by abcnews.go.com)
Pope Francis says sleeping six hours "like a log" each night is part of his secret for managing job stress.
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(Nov 15, 2016)
Sleep for Health
(by wbrc.com)
According to one survey conducted by the Better Sleep Council, about half of Americans say they don't get enough sleep, but most of them don't take any action to improve their situation. We all know sleep is important to our health, and just one simple change could make a difference.
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(Nov 13, 2016)
Disturbed Sleep Increases the Risk of Having an Irregular Heartbeat
(by dailymail.co.uk)
If you often wake up in the middle of the night the impact could be more serious than bleary eyes the next day. A major study suggests people who fail to sleep all the way through the night are at increased risk of heart complications.
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(Nov 11, 2016)
Happy Veteran's Day
Thank you to all of those who have served and continue to serve! From all of us at Grand Health Institute.

(Nov 09, 2016)
Kendall Jenner Reveals Health Scare: What Is Sleep Paralysis?
(by abcnews.go.com)
Model and reality TV star Kendall Jenner revealed she often wakes up feeling paralyzed in an upcoming episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians."

"I wake up in the middle of the night and I can't move," Jenner, 20, said in a newly-released sneak peek of the episode.
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(Nov 07, 2016)
How Sleep Enhances Studying
(by psychologytoday.com)
Studies have also been interested in whether sleep matters for learning. Research suggests that if you study new material and then sleep, you remember the information better than if you study new material and stay awake for an equivalent amount of time.
[ Read > ]

(Nov 05, 2016)
Kids With Sleep Apnea More Likely to Have Depression
(by foxnews.com)
As a teenager, John struggled with severe anxiety, depression...
[ Read > ]

(Nov 03, 2016)
Sleep Poorly? You May Eat Too Much the Next Day
(by nytimes.com)
Did you not get enough sleep last night? You may find yourself overeating today.

That's the conclusion investigators came to after reviewing data on 172 participants in 11 sleep studies. The study designs varied, but they all tested people after a night of restricted sleep, usually about four hours, and then after a night of normal rest.
[ Read > ]

(Nov 01, 2016)
Disrupted Child Sleep Triggered by Mobile Devices at Bedtime
(by dailytech.com)
Lack of sleep and poor quality sleep are major public health concerns for children and adolescents. The number one culprit? Access to and the use of mobile devices, especially at bedtime.
[ Read > ]

(Oct 30, 2016)
We Really Are Losing Sleep Over the Election
(by wsj.com)
Measurements from Fitbit, Jawbone and Withings show statistically significant changes on nights Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton debated
[ Read > ]

(Oct 28, 2016)
Why Don't Babies Sleep at Night?
(by theguardian.com)
Your baby will have rapidly developed a sense of time from the rhythms in the womb, including your heart beat. They will also have had two sets of timing genes.
[ Read > ]

(Oct 26, 2016)
How Bad Is It That I Sleep Only Five Hours a Night?
(by gq.com)
Getting less sleep is fine in the short term, disastrous in the long term.
[ Read > ]

(Oct 24, 2016)
Can Sleep Loss Make Us More Violent?
(by psychologytoday.com)
For people who don't get the recommended amount of sleep (typically seven to nine hours each night for adults), the consequences can be severe.
[ Read > ]

(Oct 22, 2016)
How Lack of Sleep Changes Your Personality
(by dailymail.co.uk)
Just one restless night can make you emotionally detached, irrational, and willing to risk a lot.
[ Read > ]

(Oct 21, 2016)
Sleep-Deprived Preschoolers Eat More
(by sciencedaily.com)
Study has implications for childhood obesity...
[ Read > ]

(Oct 19, 2016)
Revealed: The Best Airports to Sleep in Around the World (and Which Are a Total Nightmare)
(by dailymail.co.uk)
+ Some airports have fantastic facilities for passengers who want to rest
+ An annual survey of travellers has revealed the best and worst global hubs
+ Estonia's Tallinn Airport for example, offers access to free sleeping pods
[ Read > ]

(Oct 17, 2016)
Which Came First? The Behavior Problems, or the Poor Sleep?
(by nytimes.com)
It's a classic which-came-first question: Is the child not getting enough sleep because of problem behaviors, especially at bedtime, or is the child behaving problematically because of not getting enough sleep? The answers are most likely yes and yes, and the back-and-forth currents can drag a child down developmentally.
[ Read > ]

(Oct 15, 2016)
Why a Lack of Sleep Makes Us Depressed
(by dailymail.co.uk)
Historically, insomnia has been thought of as secondary to other disorders such as depression. The idea was that you became depressed - and that your sleep got messed up as a consequence. This might involve difficulty falling asleep, excessive time awake at night or waking up earlier than hoped.
[ Read > ]

(Oct 12, 2016)
You Need Sleep, Seriously
(by lifezette.com)
Many people across the country feel stress and anxiety right now, partly because of the upcoming presidential election. If politics, among other things, has you facing sleepless nights, it's time you turned off the news, took a few deep breaths, and got yourself to sleep - or make an appointment to see someone who can help you.
[ Read > ]

(Oct 10, 2016)
How to Get a Better Night's Sleep on the Road
(by wsj.com)
Getting a good night's sleep can be challenging enough when you're at home, and it is much more so on the road.
[ Read > ]

(Oct 08, 2016)
Struggling to Sleep? Five Tips for Insomniacs
(by theguardian.com)
1. Build Your Own Bedtime Routine
In the same way routines like bath, book and bedtime can help children get to sleep, night-time rituals can help adults nod off, too...
[ Read > ]

(Oct 06, 2016)
11 Bad Habits That Are Ruining Your Sleep
(by businessinsider.com)
A good night's sleep has the power to increase productivity, happiness, smart decision-making, and unlock bigger ideas.
[ Read > ]

(Oct 04, 2016)
Wrong Late Night Snack Can Cause Serious Disruptions to Your Sleep
(by news3lv.com)
Avoiding the wrong late-night snack can help you sleep better. Cereal, coffee and pizza are among the foods that can aggravate your sleep cycle.
[ Read > ]

(Oct 02, 2016)
Did You Know: How Can Birds Sleep While They're Flying?
(by seeker.com)
Scientists have found a bird that can fly continuously for weeks at a time and sleeps in the air. How do birds sleep mid-flight?
[ Read > ]

(Sept 30, 2016)
Why You Talk in Your Sleep
(by foxnews.com)
Sleep talking can be embarrassing and even disrupt other sleepers, but most people don't even realize they're doing it.
[ Read > ]

(Sept 28, 2016)
Now Your Smartphone Addiction Is Interrupting Your Sleep
(by fortune.com)
If you wake up in the middle of the night to check your phone, you're not alone. But it may be why you can't get a good night's sleep. A new study...
[ Read > ]

(Sept 26, 2016)
Chronic Sleep Problems Linked to Disability Later in Life
(by foxnews.com)
In adults of all ages, chronic sleep problems were linked with a greater risk of trouble with activities of daily living later in life, in a recent study.
Although disability rates have been falling, up to one in five seniors have at least one limitation in their ability to perform tasks, the researchers write in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society.
[ Read > ]

(Sept 24, 2016)
Love sleeping? Now You Have Reasons to Love It More
(by yourstory.com)
Dalai Lama rightly said "Sleep is the best meditation." Adequate sleep is a necessity not just for the body but also for the mind. There is enough research and evidence available to prove the far-reaching benefits of sleep. It helps repair the blood cells and gives enough time to the mind to calm down and relax after an entire day's hustle and bustle. Health experts recommend an average of 6-8 hours of continuous sleep for a healthy human being.
[ Read > ]

(Sept 22, 2016)
Sleep is One of the Most Important Habits
(by dailynebraskan.com)
The Daily Nebraskan printed a story for New Student Enrollment about the most important lessons students learn at the University of Nebraska. The advice hinged on time management. One student said if you aren't managing your sleep schedule, "you're going to be miserable." He wasn't exaggerating. We'd all be better off if we got a little extra sleep.
[ Read > ]

(Sept 20, 2016)
'Super Sleepers' May Actually Be Sleep Deprived
(by livescience.com)
People who claim they can thrive on just a few hours of sleep may actually be more tired than they realize, a new study suggests.
[ Read > ]

(Sept 18, 2016)
Best and Worst Foods for Sleep
(by krdo.com)
Chicken, Cherries, Wine, Milk, ...
[ Read > ]

(Sept 16, 2016)
Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept 15 - Oct 15, 2016)
Grand Health Institute is Proud to Celebrate "National Hispanic Heritage Month".
[ Watch Video #1 > ]
[ Watch Video #2 > ]

(Sept 15, 2016)
New Study: Preschoolers Who Stay Up Late Are More Likely to be Overweight As Teens
(by todaysparent.com)
How Much Sleep Do They Actually Need?
Preschoolers (3-5):
Average sleep time - 10-13 hours per night. Recommended Bedtime 7-7:30 p.m.
School-age children (6-13):
Average sleep time - 9-11 hours per night. Recommended Bedtime 8-8:30 p.m.
Teenagers (14-17):
Average sleep time - 8-10 hours. Recommended Bedtime 9:30-10 p.m.
[ Read > ]

(Sept 13, 2016)
The Unexpected Ways Sleep Deprivation Makes Life Tougher
(by wsj.com)
People who haven't slept enough have a harder time accurately reading emotions and related problems...
[ Read > ]

(Sept 11, 2016)
If You Want to Learn, Sleep On It
(by ft.com)
If you want to learn a language, try sleeping on it. This is the advice from researchers at Swansea University who are studying the interaction between sleep patterns, dreaming and memory consolidation - the process for laying down more securely memories in the brain.
[ Read > ]

(Sept 10, 2016)
Why Your Bed Partner is Ruining Your Sleep
(by soundsleepinstitute.com)
Sharing your bed with that special someone (human or furry friend) seems great in theory, but many bed partners have a few irritating habits that are keeping you from getting the optimal amount of zzz's.
[ Read > ]

(Sept 08, 2016)
How Sleep Deprivation Affects Your Day At The Office
(by forbes.com)
Sleep - it's something we all love and need, yet we don't always have it. Too many people either don't get enough sleep, or don't get quality sleep. And if your career depends on focus and productivity, it's possible your lack of sleep is holding you back, professionally.
[ Read > ]

(Sept 05, 2016)
Women Sleep LONGER and Doze Off Quicker Than Men
(by express.co)
Data from more than 20,000 nights was then analysed to see how people across Europe are getting their shut-eye.
[ Read > ]

(Sept 03, 2016)
How Tracking Sleep and Diet Helped Michael Phelps in Rio
(by fortune.com)
Michael Phelps spent countless hours in the pool as he geared up for his fifth appearance in the Olympic Games this summer in Rio. But to help get back to his peak form, the swimming legend got some help from the suite of fitness technology by his sponsor Under Armour.
[ Read > ]

(Sept 01, 2016)
Science Says You Need to Get More Sleep (If You Want to Be Happy and Successful)
(by inc.com)
When you don't get enough sleep, do you feel the effects your entire next day? Do you feel your head throbbing, experience short-term memory loss, or find yourself incredibly tired for no reason?
[ Read > ]

(August 30, 2016)
Why You Don't Sleep Well in Someone Else's Bed
(by time.com)
Whether you're staying in a hotel or having a sleepover, you never sleep quite as well on a bed that's not your own.
[ Read > ]

(August 27, 2016)
How to Get a Good Night's Sleep, Even in Soaring Temperatures
(by tribune.com.pk)
It's been hot lately, as you know. If the soaring temperatures and power cuts have been keeping you up at night, you're not alone. But a heat wave doesn't have to spell disaster for your sleep. With a little strategising, you can get cool and comfortable too.
[ Read > ]

(August 24, 2016)
5 Tips for Better Sleep
(by dailyherald.com)
Sleep is a state of reduced or absent consciousness that should technically take up about a third of our time. Sleep gives the body and mind time for much needed rest and repair. We can all tell when we get a good night's sleep and when we don't.
[ Read > ]

(August 22, 2016)
Revealed, the 10 Best Ways to Help You Sleep
(by dailymail.co.uk)
Every day, new connections form between our brain cells with each thought, experience, sense or emotion. At night, the connections in our brain are 're-set' so that we are able to make new connections when we wake up the next day.
[ Read > ]

(August 20, 2016)
How Much Do Olympic Athletes Sleep? Rest And Recovery Is A Crucial Part Of Training
(by bustle.com)
Olympic athletes follow an intense training schedule that requires hours of gym time a day. But logging practice hours isn't the only important part of their regiment. Getting plenty of shut-eye is also a crucial factor in an athlete's lead-up to the Olympics.
[ Read > ]

(August 17, 2016)
How Much Sleep Do We Need To Stay Healthy?
(by medicaldaily.com)
Humans need sleep just as much as they need food or water. Sleep is an indicator of overall health and well-being. The amount of sleep one needs depends on a number of factors like age, quality of sleep, previous sleep deprivation, etc.
[ Read > ]

(August 14, 2016)
Video Interview - GHI Symposium on Pediatric Sleep Disorder
Daisy Baez, Dominican Healthcare Association of Florida
[ Watch Video > ]

(August 12, 2016)
Athletes Awaken to the Link Between Sleep and Sports Performance
(by thestar.com)
Research says sleeping longer makes athletes play better, and teams tracking sleep stats to find advantages.
[ Read > ]

(August 10 2016)
Good Night's Sleep Should be First College Lesson
(by wkyc.com)
Between a new roommate, new bed, new noises, new freedoms and no parents, managing a good sleep schedule can be one of the hardest lessons to learn in college.
[ Read > ]

(August 08, 2016)
Video Interview - GHI Symposium on Pediatric Sleep Disorder
Dr Ali Nayer, Kidney Specialist at Grand Health Institute
[ Watch Video > ]

(August 07, 2016)
The Companies That Teach Their Employees How To Sleep
(by forbes.com)
Question: What do camera-maker Olympus, accountants PricewaterhouseCoopers , Shire Pharmaceuticals, Unilever and Cambridge University have in common.
Answer: They are all sending employees on courses to teach them how to sleep.
[ Read > ]

(August 06, 2016)
This Trick Could Help You Sleep Better
(by glamour.com)
If you live someplace with seasons, you've probably been struggling with the past few weeks' sweltering weather. It may have even affected your sleep.
[ Read > ]

(August 05, 2016)
Do You Need a Sleep Vacation? 6 Luxury Getaways Designed for a Better Night's Rest
(by vogue.com)
Luxury hotels pride themselves on fulfilling guests' every desire. Green juice? No problem. White-hot theater tickets? Done. Frette sheets? They come standard. But perhaps the most-sought-after luxury is one that has remained elusive: a proper night's sleep.
[ Read > ]

(August 04, 2016)
How to Sleep Better at a Hotel
(by mensjournal.com)
Whether they're there for business or pleasure, most people aim for high-quality sleep when they stay at hotels.
[ Read > ]

(August 02, 2016)
A Good Sleep Can Beat Back Pain
(by dailymail.co.uk)
If you want to avoid a bad back, try getting a good night's sleep. Scientists have discovered that our spinal discs have a 24-hour body clock that can cause debilitating pain when it gets out of synch.
[ Read > ]

(July 31, 2016)
Helping Our School-Age Children Sleep Better
(by nytimes.com)
Everyone knows that getting a baby to sleep through the night can be a big challenge for parents. But sleep problems are common among preschool and school-age children, too.
[ Read > ]

(July 29, 2016)
8 Tips for Transitioning Kids to a Back-to-School Sleep Schedule
(by omaha.com)
One of the best parts of summer for kids is staying up late. And sleeping in. But that can make transitioning back to school tough.
[ Read > ]

(July 29, 2016)
Medical Community Dinner and Talk (Video/Photos - Part #1)
+ GHI Symposium on Pediatric Sleep Disorder
Presentation on Sleep Disorders in Children
by Dr. Shahriar Shahzeidi, FAAP, FCCP, FAASM
Grand Health Institute Medical Director
[ Video and Photos > ]

(July 27, 2016)
11 Surprising Signs You Probably Didn't Get A Good Night's Sleep
(by sciencedaily.com)
1. You Wake Up Feeling Tired | 2. Everything Makes You Cry | 3. You Are Super Forgetful | 4. You're Always Hungry | 5. ...
[ Read > ]

(July 25, 2016)
Beauty Sleep Is No Joke: This Is What Happens To Your Skin When You Don't Get Enough Sleep
(by idiva.com)
Not getting enough sleep is one of the worst things we can do for our physical and mental well-being.
[ Read > ]

(July 23, 2016)
Lack of Sleep Increases a Child's Risk for Emotional Disorders Later
(by sciencedaily.com)
Children who experience inadequate or disrupted sleep are more likely to develop depression and anxiety disorders later in life according to recent research.
[ Read > ]

(July 21, 2016)
If You Snooze - You Lose... more Body-Fat!
(by lifeextension.com)
In the battle to lose weight, fighting busy schedules, high-fat processed foods, artificial sweeteners that slow your metabolism and eating on the run, you have an ally... Sleep!
[ Read > ]

(July 19, 2016)
The Actual Link Between Quality Sleep and Success
(by inc.com)
It is time to set the record straight and explain just how crucial sleep is to cognitive ability, concentration, emotional well-being, and other qualities necessary to climb to the top.
[ Read > ]

(July 18, 2016)
Here's How Much Sleep Babies and Kids Need, By Age
(by time.com)
Sleep experts combed through hundreds of studies to determine how much children of different ages should sleep to be at their healthiest.
[ Read > ]

(July 16, 2016)
More Evidence Poor Sleep Habits May Raise Diabetes Risk
(by gmanetwork.com)
Men who don't get the right amount of sleep may have an increased risk of developing diabetes, a recent study suggests.
[ Read > ]

(July 14, 2016)
Earlier Bedtime for Toddlers Leads to Healthier Teens
(by today.com)
Awesome news for parents of toddlers: a new study has found the ideal bedtime. Early bedtimes don't just stave off crankiness; they also prevent preschoolers from becoming teens with unhealthy BMIs.
[ Read > ]

(July 12, 2016)
Students Need More Sleep - at Home, not in Class
(by onenewsnow.com)
The American Medical Association is urging public schools to start classes later in the morning. It's a timely warning, given the fact that many schools around the U.S. will begin classes in August.
[ Read > ]

(July 10, 2016)
Mystery of What Sleep Does to our Brains May Finally be Solved
(by newscientist.com)
It is one of life's great enigmas: why do we sleep? Now we have the best evidence yet of what sleep is for - allowing housekeeping processes to take place that stop our brains becoming overloaded with new memories.
[ Read > ]

(July 08, 2016)
Sleep Talk: 7 Foods That Will Help You Sleep Better
(by idiva.com)
Nothing can replace a good night's sleep and if you are having difficulty catching up on your zzz's...
[ Read > ]

(July 06, 2016)
Need a Good Night's Sleep? These Are the 5 WORST Foods to Eat Before Bed
(by mirror.co.uk)
As tempting as many of these items are, they are best avoided if you want to get the most out of your sleep
[ Read > ]

(July 04, 2016)
Happy Independence Day
Happy 4th of July from all of us at Grand Health Institute, South Florida's and Miami's Premier Sleep Study Center.

(July 01, 2016)
The Company That Pays Its Staff to Sleep
(by bbc.com)
For staff at insurance group Aetna, it pays to get a good night's sleep. Specifically $300 a year.
[ Read > ]

(June 29, 2016)
Sleep Disorders Are Common But Often Go Unaddressed
(by washingtonpost.com)
Up to 70 million Americans have a sleep disorder: persistent difficulty sleeping and subsequent trouble functioning during the day. More than 40 million don't get a proper diagnosis or treatment, according to research published in the journal Sleep Medicine.
[ Read > ]

(June 27, 2016)
This is What Alcohol Does to Your Sleep
(by time.com)
Sorry to burst your champagne bubble, but drinking more alcohol often adds up to less sleep.
[ Read > ]

(June 25, 2016)
Why Have Artists Always Found Sleep Such A Fascinating Subject?
(by huffingtonpost.com)
Sandro Botticelli, Henri Rousseau, Vincent van Gogh, Francisco de Goya, Giorgione. Aside from being some of the most imaginative and renowned makers in the history of art, these old masters share a common interest: depicting the mysterious state of sleep.
[ Read > ]

(June 24, 2016)
Navigating the Sleep-Deprived World of Toddler Parenthood
(by washingtonpost.com)
In the lonely electric hum of the night, our 23-month-old daughter wrestles us from slumber and insists upon our presence. We are tired. Understatement: We are exhausted.
[ Read > ]
(June 22, 2016)
Loss of Sleep Leads to Gains in Weight
(by wgntv.com)
Sleep. If you're not getting enough, chances are you're making up for it... with calories! You can blame stress, work, your child care routine... even your smart phone or tablet for keeping you up at night. But experts warn: Too little sleep and you'll pack on the pounds.
[ Read > ]
(June 20, 2016)
Is this America's best fast food restaurant?
(by usatoday.com)
Looking for a quick and healthy meal on-the-go? NBA Star Ray Allen and his wife opened a healthy fast food restaurant in Miami and it might just be the healthiest fast food place in America.
[ Read > ]
(June 18, 2016)
Bedtime Checklist for Creative, Curious, Imaginative Kids
(by psychologytoday.com)
Children can have a hard time pressing the 'pause' button on their active brains at bedtime.
[ Read > ]
(June 16, 2016)
After Three Nights of Poor Sleep, Even Caffeine Can't Help
(by health.com)
Caffeine no longer improves alertness or mental performance after a few nights of sleep restriction, according to a new U.S. military study.
[ Read > ]
(June 14, 2016)
Experts Unveil New Sleep Guidelines for Children
(by cbc.ca)
The American Academy of Sleep Medicine, with the help of a panel of experts, has released its first ever official recommendations for how much shut-eye children need.
[ Read > ]
(June 12, 2016)
Why It's Getting Easier to Sleep on Planes
(by bloomberg.com)
Five ways that airlines are rolling out the red carpet-and custom duvets-for weary travelers...
[ Read > ]
(June 10, 2016)
Verona Students, Staff Study Sleep Effects on Teens
(by northjersey.com)
A group of Verona students got an early start to studying later openings for the local high school going forward...
[ Read > ]
(June 08, 2016)
GHI Symposium on Pediatric Sleep Disorder
(Medical Community Dinner and Talk)
+ Presentation on Sleep Disorders in Children
by Grand Health Institute Medical Director, Dr. Shahriar Shahzeidi, MD, FAAP, FCCP, FAASM
[ Read More > ]
[ Photo Gallery (Part 1) > ]

(June 07, 2016)
How Sleep Loss Affects Your Heart
(by time.com)
Sleeping for five hours a night alters your heart rate the next day...
[ Read > ]
(June 05, 2016)
This Is What Happens To Your Brain On No Sleep
(by time.com)
Bedtime is one of the most important parts of the day for the brain. The latest studies show...
[ Read > ]
(June 03, 2016)
Why Interrupted Sleep Is Worse Than Short Sleep
(by time.com)
When they compared which is worse, researchers found some striking effects on mood...
[ Read > ]
(June 01, 2016)
A Simple 5-Step Formula for Better Sleep
(by treehugger.com)
We are becoming a nation of sleep-deprived zombies. The CDC estimates that 50 to 70 million U.S. adults have sleep disorders...
[ Read > ]
(May 30, 2016)
Happy Memorial Day
We honor all our lost troops and all the current service men and women.
Thank you for your service.
(May 26, 2016)
Food, Sleep, Exercise: Why You Seriously Need All 3 to Be Successful
(by success.com)
Healthy people are more productive, creative and mentally sharp.
Face it. We don't always take care of ourselves as well as we should. It's hard, because life gets in the way-doubly so if we have a busy and productive work life. And when faced with the choice between hard work and convenience, guess which one wins out most of the time?
[ Read > ]
(May 22, 2016)
Teenagers Have to Become Responsible for Their Own Health and Self-Care
(by cbc.ca)
Teenagers using social media, smartphones and computers into the late evening and early morning hours are missing out on a significant chunk of sleep.
[ Read > ]
(May 19, 2016)
Want to Sleep Better? Eat Protein (and Skip the Cake) Before Bed
(by mensfitness.com)
+ Chowing down on saturated fats and sugar around bedtime can seriously disrupt your Z's.
[ Read > ]
(May 16, 2016)
Proud to be Nominated as Best Pediatric Sleep Center

+ HOW to VOTE: Click on the link below. On the page that comes up scroll down, click on the link where it reads "Miami-Dade: Best Pediatrician" and VOTE for GRAND HEALTH INSTITUTE. We appreciate your vote - Dr Shahzeidi and Grand Health Institute staff.
[ VOTE Here > ]
(May 15, 2016)
Proud to be Nominated as Best Pediatric Sleep Center

+ HOW to VOTE: Click on the link below. On the page that comes up scroll down, click on the link where it reads "Miami-Dade: Best Pediatrician" and VOTE for GRAND HEALTH INSTITUTE. We appreciate your vote - Dr Shahzeidi and Grand Health Institute staff.
[ VOTE Here > ]
(May 13, 2016)
8 Bad Habits That Are Ruining Your Sleep
(by businessinsider.com)

+ A good night's sleep has the power to increase productivity, happiness, smarter decision-making, and unlock bigger ideas.
[ Read > ]
(May 10, 2016)
Global Sleeping Patterns Revealed by App Data
(by bbc.com)

+ The study, published in Science Advances, also found women routinely get more sleep than men, with middle-aged men getting the least of all.
[ Read > ]
(May 08, 2016)
Happy Mother's Day
+ Happy Mother's Day to all the Moms. From Dr Shahzeidi and all of us at Grand Health Institute.
(May 06, 2016)
Happy National Nurses Day
+ We appreciate all you do - from Dr Shahzeidi and Grand Health Institute staff.
(May 05, 2016)
Happy Cinco de Mayo
+ Happy Cinco de Mayo from Dr Shahzeidi and all of us at Grand Health Institute.
(May 02, 2016)
Kids With ADHD Have More Trouble Getting Deep Sleep: Study
(by techtimes.com)

+ At least 70 percent of parents of kids with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) claim that their young ones have more difficulty getting deep sleep than other children, researchers say.
A new report by experts at Aarhus University in Denmark provides concrete evidence to this figure, revealing that parents do find it difficult to put their kids to bed and that kids with ADHD have trouble sleeping.....
[ Read > ]
(April 29, 2016)
Many Grouchy, Error-Prone Workers Just Need More Sleep
(by npr.org)

+ Hey! Wake up! Need another cup of coffee?
Join the club. Apparently about a third of Americans are sleep-deprived. And their employers are probably paying for it, in the form of mistakes, productivity loss, accidents and increased health insurance costs....
[ Read > ]
(April 26, 2016)
Pain is an overlooked cause of sleep disorders
(by cbsnews.com)

+ In this modern world, there are many barriers that prevent someone from getting a full night of restful sleep. Stress, poor diet and caffeine consumption all are known to interfere. But there's one problem that's frequently overlooked...
[ Read > ]
(April 24, 2016)
The Southern Sleep Society 38th Annual Meeting & Technologist Course
Where: Asheville, North Carolina
(featuring Dr Shahzeidi as one of the speakers)

The Southern Sleep Society meeting agenda includes the latest technological advances in sleep medicine and clinical research. The theme of the Southern Sleep Society meeting is: "Sleep 2016: Changes in Science. Management and Economics".
[ More Info > ]
(April 20, 2016)
April - Distracted Driving Awareness Month
Drowsy driving is the dangerous combination of driving and sleepiness or fatigue. In honor of the month of April (nationally recognized as the Distracted Driving Awareness Month) we bring you articles discussing this topic in more details.
[ Drowsy Driving: Asleep at the Wheel > ]
(by cdc.gov)
[ The Problem with Drowsy Driving > ]
(by sleepfoundation.org)
[ Drowsy Driving Prevention Week > ]
(by drowsydriving.org)
(April 16, 2016)
Multimedia
Watch Grand Health Institute "Success Stories - Video Testimonials".
[ Video > ]
(April 12, 2016)
Pediatric Pulmonology
The Pediatric Pulmonology practice at the Grand Health Institute gives comprehensive, state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment services for a broad range of respiratory and allergic diseases and disorders, including asthma.
[ Article / Video > ]
(April 01, 2016)
Do Women Really Need More Sleep Than Men?
One of the major functions of sleep is to allow the brain to recover and repair itself....
[ Full Story > ]
(March 30, 2016)
How to Deal with Daylight Saving Time Change
Here are some time-tested tips for dealing with the time change...
[ Full Story > ]
(March 10, 2016)
Three(3) Secrets for a Good Night's Sleep
Does your alarm wake you up? Lots of things can rob you of precious sleep. Here are 3 daytime tips that can make your nights more restful.
[ Full Story > ]
(March 07, 2016)
Can't Get to Sleep?
Tossing, turning, It's a familiar feeling for many. Here are five things that could be preventing us from getting the restful night we need.
[ Full Story > ]
(March 05, 2016)
What are 4 Stages of Sleep
Sleep is essential to maintaining normal levels of cognitive skills such as speech, memory, and flexible thinking. Sleep plays a significant role in brain development.
[ Full Story > ]
(March 02, 2016)
Is Your Child's ADHD Actually Autism?
Autism diagnosis is delayed by 3 years in children diagnosed with ADHD. Children diagnosed with ADHD first were 30 times more likely to receive their autism disorder after the age of six, than those with just autism.
[ Full Story > ]
(February 29, 2016)
Sleep Apnea
Loud snoring may be indicative of more serious problems. In fact, snores often signal that something may already be wrong with a person's breathing. This snoring may be caused by a sleep disorder known as sleep apnea....
[ Full Story > ]
(February 26, 2016)
Sleep 'cleans' the brain of toxins
(by bbc.com)
The brain uses sleep to wash away the waste toxins built up during a hard day's thinking, researchers have shown.
[ Full Story > ]
(February 24, 2016)
How Sleep Deprivation Affects You and Your Career
(by entrepreneur.com)
The negative effects of sleep deprivation are so great that people who are drunk outperform those lacking sleep.
[ Full Story > ]
(February 23, 2016)
This Is Your Brain on Not Enough Sleep
(by entrepreneur.com)
When you're so tired and you haven't slept a wink, your mind goes on the blink. The sleep-starved mind is a mind on the blink, a groggy, impaired ball of mush.
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(February 21, 2016)
The Most Sleep-Deprived State in America Might Surprise You
(by entrepreneur.com)
If you woke up this morning with dark circles under your eyes, you're far from alone.
In a recent study, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention polled more than 400,000 adults in all 50 states and Washington, D.C. and found that on average, one third of Americans are getting less than the expert-recommended 7 hours of sleep per night.
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(February 19, 2016)
A Third of Americans Aren't Getting Enough Sleep
(by nbcnews.com)
More than a third of Americans say they're are not getting enough sleep, putting themselves at risk of obesity, heart disease and other issues, federal researchers said Thursday.
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(February 18, 2016)
How Much Coffee Should You Drink
(by bbc.com)
A few cups a day could extend your life - but you need to know what's in your favorite brew.
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(February 17, 2016)
Back-Up Brains; The Era of Digital Immortality
(by bbc.com)
How do you want to be remembered? We may eventually be able to preserve our entire minds for generations to come - would you?
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(February 16, 2016)
Tea or coffee: Which is better for you?
(by bbc.com)
Countless arguments have been waged over the superiority of one beverage over the other. But what does the scientific evidence say?
[ Full Story > ]
(February 13, 2016)
Why we forget certain words
(by bbc.com)
The act of having a word on the tip of your tongue can be frustrating, but can also say a lot about how memory works. Have you ever tried to unsuccessfully retrieve a word from the tip of your tongue?
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(February 09, 2016)
More Than Meets the Eye - PediStat 25th Anniversary Party
PediStat celebrates 25 years by recognizing people they work with. We are proud to have our Medical Director and Pediatrician-in-Chief Dr. Shahzeidi be part of the PediStat initiative and be recognized for the work he has done for the children of our community for the past 20 years.
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(February 06, 2016)
Can you really get fit in 60 seconds?
(by bbc.com)
It sounds too good to be true, but can very short bursts of exercise really boost your health as well as longer slogs? It's called 'High Intensity Interval Training', and it can supposedly do wonders for your health - all with just a few minutes per week.
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(February 02, 2016)
The Blessing and Curse of the People Who Never Forget
A handful of people can recall almost every day of their lives in enormous detail - and after years of research, neuroscientists are finally beginning to understand how they do it.
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(January 29, 2016)
Sleep Related Articles Archive
"How to Supercharge the Way You Learn" - "How Long Can We Stay Awake" - "Can You Learn in Your Sleep" - "Sleep Apnea in Kids: More Than a Sleep Problem?" - "Kids' Snoring Linked to Hyperactivity" .... and more.
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(January 25, 2016)
GHI is Proud to Announce Amazing Success Story
GHI is proud to announce another successful case of our young hero on his way to a more fulfilling life. Santiago was given a tracheotomy at an early age to help him overcome breathing difficulties...
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(January 22, 2016)
Why Humans Need Less Sleep Than Any Other Primate
(by bbc.com)
+ Most of us feel like we need more sleep, but as a species we have actually evolved to sleep less than our ape and monkey relatives. Could that be the key to our success?
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(January 20, 2016)
The Tragic Fate of the People Who Stop Sleeping
(by bbc.com)
+ A handful of families are cursed with "fatal insomnia", a cruel disease that leads to months of sleepless nights and terrible exhaustion. Will a controversial cure save their lives?
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(January 13, 2016)
Can This Sneaky Chimp Read Minds
(by bbc.com)
+ Deception helped us become one of Earth's dominant species, because it requires us to step into someone else's shoes. Are we the only ones with this talent?
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(January 06, 2016)
Electronic Patient Referral Form
+ For Doctors and Health Professionals: To refer a patient, please fill out our "Electronic Patient Referral Form".
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(January 02, 2016)
How Your Face Betrays Your Personality and Health
(by bbc.com)
+ We are more than just a pretty face. It turns out the shape, size and even colour of our looks can relay some very important information about our personalities...
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(December 31, 2015)
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(December 29, 2015)
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(December 24, 2015)
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(December 15, 2015)
Turning Thought Into Text
(by dw.com)
+ German researchers have decoded natural, continuously spoken speech from brainwaves and transformed it into text, taking a step towards communication with computers or humans by thought alone.
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(November 2015 - Video)
Back-to-School Kids Sleeping Habits
(by wusa9.com - Great Day Washington)
+ Dr Shahzeidi was the guest on the "Great Day Washington" morning show.
Topics: According to the CDC, children are not getting enough sleep and early school start times are also to blame.
[ Watch Video Here > ]
(December 05, 2015)
How to Supercharge the Way You Learn
(by bbc.com)
+ What is the easiest way to learn? David Robson meets a group of scientists and memory champions competing to find techniques that make facts stick... fast.
[ Read Article > ]
(November 26, 2015)
How to Learn 30 Languages
(by bbc.com)
+ Some people can speak a seemingly impossible number of tongues. How do they manage it, asks David Robson, and what can we learn from them?
[ Read Article > ]
(November 24, 2015)
Why Can Smells Unlock Forgotten Memories
(by bbc.com)
+ A familiar scent triggers childhood memories for our brain columnist, prompting him to wonder what is going on in his head.
[ Read Article > ]
(November 18, 2015)
How the Eyes Betray Your Thoughts
(by bbc.com)
+ Look closer at eye movements and you can find out what's happening inside somebody's head, says Mo Costandi.
[ Read Article > ]
(November 14, 2015)
Neuroscience: I Built a Brain Decoder
(by bbc.com)
+ What are you looking at? Scientist Jack Gallant can find out by decoding your thoughts, as Rose Eveleth discovers.
+ Jack Gallant can read your mind. Or at least, he can figure out what you're seeing if you're in his machine watching a movie he's playing for you.
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(November 12, 2015)
How Long Can We Stay Awake
(by bbc.com)
+ We can fight off the sandman for a while, but after a certain point, sleeplessness leads to temporary madness and ...
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(November 11, 2015)
HAPPY VETERANS DAY
(by Grand Health Institute)
+ Today we Salute our veterans and those who currently server our country. Thank you for your service! Happy Veterans Day!
(November 07, 2015)
Can You Learn in Your Sleep
(by bbc.com)
+ Sleep learning used to be a pipe dream. Now neuroscientists say they have found ways to enhance your memory with your eyes closed, says David Robson.
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(November 05, 2015)
Understanding and addressing common sleep problems in children
(by nj.com)
+ Common-sense measures can resolve many of the problems that prevent children from obtaining adequate sleep, but when those measures aren't effective, a medical consultation is important....
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(November 01, 2015 - E-Newsletter)
Sign Up for our E-Newsletter
(by Grand Health Institute)
+ Sign Up for our weekly E-Newsletter and stay informed about latest GHI news/services/developments; Sleep, Sleep Disorders and Pediatrics news; videos, articles, and much more.
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(October 31, 2015)
Sleep problems differ for men and women
(by cbsnews.com)
+ As a nation we are severely sleep-deprived. According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as much as a third of all Americans do not get the recommended seven hours of sleep a night...
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(October 27, 2015)
Sleep Apnea in Kids: More Than a Sleep Problem?
(by abc30.com)
+ Between one and 10-percent of kids have difficulty breathing when they sleep, which could be a serious condition called obstructive sleep apnea....
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(October 25, 2015)
Pain is an overlooked cause of sleep disorders
(by cbsnews.com)
+ In this modern world, there are many barriers that prevent someone from getting a full night of restful sleep. Stress, poor diet and caffeine consumption all are known to interfere. But there's one problem that's frequently overlooked...
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(October 19, 2015)
Parenting Magazine - Jungle Island Event
(Photo Gallery)
South Florida Parenting Magazine Celebrating 25 Years...
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(October 15, 2015)
Kids' Snoring Linked to Hyperactivity
(by einstein.yu.edu)

A study of more than 11,000 children followed for over six years has found that young children with sleep-disordered breathing are prone to developing behavioral difficulties such as hyperactivity and aggressiveness, as well as ...
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(October 13, 2015)
5 Foods That Help You Sleep
(by Grand Health Institute)

We live in a fast pace society. In our rush, we too often put sleep on the back burner. Can it wok to our advantage and what food can help us.
Here are a few foods to get you started to a good night sleep.
1. Complex carbohydrates ....
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(October 10, 2015)
Is Your Child's ADHD Actually Autism?
(by Grand Health Institute)

Autism diagnosis is delayed by 3 years in children diagnosed with ADHD.
Children diagnosed with ADHD first were 30 times more likely to receive their autism disorder after the age of six, than those with just autism...
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(October 01, 2015)
Pilots Need to Have Regular Sleep Study
(by faa.gov)

On a daytime flight one February day in 2008, a commercial aircraft with three crew members and 40 passengers flew past its destination airport after both the captain and first officer fell asleep...
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(September 12, 2015)
What Are Some Good Sleep-Inducing Snacks
(by Grand Health Institute)

+ Try a banana with low-fat yogurt
+ Eat low-fat cottage cheese with a few 100-percent whole grain pita chips
...
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(August 31, 2015)
Top Causes of Fatigue and Sleepiness, and 7 Ways to Fight Them (Part II)
(by Grand Health Institute)

Fatigue Cause No. 5: Depression
Fix: Depression responds well to talk therapy and/or medication...
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(August 24, 2015)
Top Causes of Fatigue and Sleepiness, and 7 Ways to Fight Them (Part I)
(by Grand Health Institute)

Fatigue Cause No. 1: Not Enough Sleep
Fix: Make sure sleep is a priority and keep a regular schedule. Ban laptops, cell phones, and televisions from your bedroom. Still having trouble? Seek help from a sleep specialist doctor. You may have a sleep disorder...
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(August 17, 2015)
What Happens in our Body When We Sleep?
(by Grand Health Institute)

What happens to our body and how does it happen every time we get a bit of shut eye? Sleep happens in a recurring cycle of 90 to 110 minutes and is divided into two categories: non-REM (which is further split into four stages) and REM sleep...
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(August 14, 2015)
Why Do We Need to Sleep?
(by Grand Health Institute)

Why do we sleep? This is a question that has baffled scientists for centuries and the answer is, no one can be sure. Some believe that sleep gives the body a chance to recuperate from the day's activities but in reality, the amount of energy saved by sleeping for even eight hours is minuscule - about 50 k Cal, the same amount of energy in a piece of toast...
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(August 10, 2015)
Can Sleep Problems Increase Your Chance to Develop Alzheimer
(by Grand Health Institute)

New research suggests poor sleep may increase the risk of Alzheimer's disease, by spurring a brain-clogging gunk that in turn further interrupts shut-eye. Many sleep problems can be treatable - and a key next question is whether improving sleep can make a difference in protecting our brains...
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(August 06, 2015)
How can I KNOW if my child has a sleep disorder?
(by Grand Health Institute)

The most common things to look for are:
• Bedtime struggles
• Night awakenings
• Sleepwalking
• Sleep terrors
• Nightmares
• Headbanging ...
[ Full Story > ]
(August 03, 2015)
Three(3) Secrets for a Good Night's Sleep
(by Grand Health Institute)
Does your alarm wake you up? Lots of things can rob you of precious sleep. Here are 3 daytime tips that can make your nights more restful...
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(July 31, 2015)
Do you know top Five things that stop a good night's sleep and how it happens
(by Grand Health Institute)
Can't get to sleep?
Tossing, turning, It's a familiar feeling for many. Here are five things that could be preventing us from getting the restful night we need.
[ Full Story > ]
(July 28, 2015)
What are 4 Stages of sleep
(by Grand Health Institute)
Sleep is essential to maintaining normal levels of cognitive skills such as speech, memory, and flexible thinking. Sleep plays a significant role in brain development.
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Top 6 Daytime tips to Get a Better Night's Sleep
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Autism Notebook Magazine
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Do dreams occur in slow motion?
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Sleep: How to nap like a pro
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I have no sense of time
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Infants create new knowledge while sleeping
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Take This Quiz To Find Out If You Have A Sleep Disorder
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Regular naps are 'key to learning'
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My eyes will open and I can see, but I can't move
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The village that fell asleep
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