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Your love for fatty diet can trigger excessive daytime sleepiness

Apr 22, 2016

Your love for fatty diet can trigger excessive daytime sleepiness

Do you feel sleepy during daytime at work? Blame it on your love for oily samosas and cheese-laden pizzas – not to forget a poor night's sleep – for this. #NewsTracker #Health #junk food #Sleep #FHealth #sleepy at work #fatty diet #improper sleep
World Sleep Day: Wake up! 20% people are sleep deprived, finds survey

Mar 18, 2016

World Sleep Day: Wake up! 20% people are sleep deprived, finds survey

Every fifth person across the world is sleep deprived owing to reasons ranging from lifestyle, odd working hours and personal obligations, finds a survey #NewsTracker #Health #Sleep #Sleep deprivation #Sleep apnea #FHealth #sleep deprived
Beware! Binge drinking can kill you in sleep

Mar 14, 2016

Beware! Binge drinking can kill you in sleep

Binge drinking may lead not only to impaired judgment but also increase the risk of dying in one's sleep, say experts. #NewsTracker #Health #Binge drinking #Sleep #FHealth #University of Alabama
Engaging in social activities may help you sleep better

Mar 02, 2016

Engaging in social activities may help you sleep better

Older adults who have trouble sleeping, could benefit from participating in social activities, in particular attending religious events, says a new study #NewsTracker #Health #Sleep #social life #Sleep apnea #social activities #social participation
Snoring can affect kids' concentration and learning abilities

Mar 01, 2016

Snoring can affect kids' concentration and learning abilities

Children with snoring and breathing problems are prone to an increased risk of poor concentration level and learning abilities, finds a study #NewsTracker #Health #Kids #Sleep #snoring #concentration #snore #learning abilities #kids sleeping
Please get dressed: No more pyjamas and slippers on school runs, says UK headmaster to parents

Jan 28, 2016

Please get dressed: No more pyjamas and slippers on school runs, says UK headmaster to parents

The headteacher of a British school has written to parents urging them not to drop their children off while still dressed in pyjamas, it emerged on Tuesday. #NewsTracker #Britain #UK #parents #Sleep #british #pyjamas #headteacher
Working outside 9-to-5 shift? You are more likely to be overweight, face sleep issues

May 18, 2015

Working outside 9-to-5 shift? You are more likely to be overweight, face sleep issues

Employees who work shifts outside of a 9-to-5 schedule are more likely to be overweight, experience sleep problems, and are also at higher risk of developing metabolic disorders, such as diabetes, scientists have found. #NewsTracker #Sleep #Overweight #University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health #Marjory Givens #Survey of the Health of Wisconsin
Chronic sleep deprivation can lead to high blood pressure at night: study

Mar 14, 2015

Chronic sleep deprivation can lead to high blood pressure at night: study

Chronic sleep deprivation can increase night time blood pressure, putting you at greater risk of heart diseases, warns new research. #Sleep #HealthBuzz #Blood pressure #Sleep deprivation #Chronic sleep deprivation
 30-minute nap can reverse hormonal impact of a night of poor sleep

Feb 12, 2015

30-minute nap can reverse hormonal impact of a night of poor sleep

A short nap for half an hour can help relieve stress and bolster the immune systems weakened by poor sleep - as little as two hours - the previous night, says a study. #Sleep #norepinephrine #Night #Nap #Brice Faraut