Category Archives for "Sleep Education"

Does Warm Milk Help You Sleep?

It’s way past your bedtime. Has sleep come to you yet? Maybe counting sheep is ineffective. And popping a sleeping pill is not an option. Now you recall those times your parents sent your younger self to bed with a warm glass of milk. Or you probably saw or read about this practice. Should you […]

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Can You Sneeze In Your Sleep?

Can you sneeze in your sleep? It may be a strange question for some people, but your curiosity may have led you to this page. You probably heard someone cough in their sleep. You probably experienced it, too. But sneezing? Now that’s interesting. Apparently, sleep researchers have also scratched their heads over this. But they […]

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How to Use A Pregnancy Pillow?

Is pregnancy interrupting your sleep patterns? With a host of changes happening to you during this period, the struggle to take a shut-eye can make things worse.  Insomnia can hit expecting women even if they did not suffer from sleep disorder before. Those who did are likely to experience more. Unfortunately, it can trigger or […]

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Should You Use Melatonin for Sleep?

Dubbed as the Dracula of hormones, melatonin is a natural hormone that comes out at night. Your body produces it through the pineal gland, a pea-sized gland that sits atop the center of your brain. This part of the brain is turned off during daylight. But when darkness arrives, it’s switched on and starts releasing […]

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What to Do When You Can’t Sleep?

Are you having trouble finding sleep at night? Insomnia may be the culprit. Basically, insomnia means you can’t sleep at night. You have it when you struggle to fall asleep, stay awake for hours, rise up too early, or feel too tired upon waking up. And the episode is recurring—totally different from the occasional sleepless […]

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5 Sleep Disorders You Should Know Aside from Insomnia

The devil is in the details. No, we’re not talking about evil spirits preventing you from getting a good night’s sleep. We’re telling you instead to pay attention to the details making up your less-than-satisfactory nocturnal experience.  Could it be that you’re not only suffering from insomnia? Your difficulty to fall asleep and stay asleep […]

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