People invest a pile of money and time every year trying to get a better night’s sleep. We spend money on new mattresses, nights in sleep treatment centers, and test all manner of old wives tale in an attempt to get a better nights rest. Unfortunately the majority of the things that we try to do are exactly what will keep us up. Recent research have shown that some of the things we’ve trusted the most to help us sleep at night might actually be keeping us from getting enough rest. How many of these things have you tested out?
Each time we discuss slowing down the process of aging, we inevitably talk about the limitations that take place as we age. Of course, it is a fact that we are all different with varying metabolisms. In this article, however, we will discuss how to remain young instead of growing old.When we think about living longer, we’re normally trying to be able to live independently and continue to be active so that we can enjoy this period of life.
People spend a crap load of funds and even more time trying to figure out the best way to get a good night’s sleep. We spend loads of money shopping for “just the right” mattress, taking nights at sleep clinics and trying all sorts of old wives’ tales remedies to help us sleep sounder and better at night. Unfortunately most of the things that we attempt to do are precisely what will keep us up. Recent reports demonstrated that some of the things we’ve trusted the most to help us sleep at night might actually be keeping us from getting enough rest. Have you tried any of the following things?
Sleep apnea reduces the overall health of millions of Americans. It is a very common sleep disorder, affecting one in fifteen Americans, and can have serious health consequences if left untreated. Sleep apnea is characterized by loud snoring and periodic cessation of breathing throughout the night. Breathing often stops for periods of ten to thirty seconds at a time, but can stop for longer periods too. Men are at a higher risk than women. Those who are older are at the highest risk for sleep apnea.