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Sleeping Tips - Maintaining a regular bed and wake time is essential
for a healthy sleeping pattern. Maintaining a regular bed and wake
time informs your internal clock when to fall asleep at night. People’s
sleep-wake cycle is controlled by the “circadian” clock
in the brain and the body’s requirement to strike a balance
between waking and sleeping. People can maintain a consistent sleep-wake
cycle by setting an alarm clock to go off for them every morning at
the same time.
Sleep All of the Time - Your International Sleep Community.The
Talk About Sleep Mission: to be a world leader in the sleep field
by providing quality information, support and resources to sleep disorder
patients, their family, friends and healthcare professionals 3/5
Sleep Apnea Association - The ASAA is a 501(c)(3) organization
dedicated to reducing injury, disability, and death from sleep apnea
and to enhancing the well-being of those affected by this common disorder.
and Sleep Disorders - Signs & treatments of common childhood
sleep disorders.Children's sleep disorders symptoms are often times
different than the symptoms of an adult. It is very important for
parents and caregivers to be aware of this.
Daytime Sleepiness - An informative article.For many people,
the idea of being too sleepy during the day seems to be something
that is not only normal, but also something to be expected. With all
of the things we want to do in our lives, we just don’t have
the time we need to go to sleep for the number of hours our bodies
need. Not Rated
Center for on Sleep Disorders Research - The National Center on
Sleep Disorders Research (NCSDR), located within the National Heart,
Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) of the National Institutes of Health
(NIH), was established in 1993 to combat a serious public health concern.
Deprivation - Everything you wanted to know about
sleep disorders but were too tired to ask.
Open Sleep Forum. SleepNet links to over 200
sites. New to the site is Dr. Dement's Weekly Coulum. Come on in and
check... From SleepNet.com. 4/5
Medicine - This home page lists resources regarding all aspects
of sleep including, the physiology of sleep, clinical sleep medicine,
sleep research, federal and state information, patient information,
and business-related groups. 5/5
- Since 1995 - Everything you wanted to know about sleep but were
too tired to ask ™ 3/5
Paralysis and Associated Hypnagogic and Hypnopompic Experiences
In this site we provide information on the many features of sleep
paralysis and associated experiences. The material below has been
gathered from many sources, including our own research into the sleep
paralysis experience. .
Sleep Well - A well full of information on sleep, sleep disorders,
sleep activism, sleep-related events and much more! 3/5