Sleep in Media - August 2013

August 30, 2013

"Chronic Insomnia? Hitting The Treadmill Could Help ... Eventually" (NPR)

"How to get your kids back to their school-year sleep regimen" (The Globe and Mail)

"Internal clock can be adjusted to overcome jet-lag, insomnia" (Canoe.ca)

""Human Sleep Project" Could Unlock the Secrets to a Good Night’s Rest" (Scientific American)

"The Truth About Sleep, Science, And Productivity" (Fast Company)

"Who uses sleeping pills? CDC study offers some answers" (CTV News)

"5 Sleep Apps To Help You Get More And Better Rest" (The Huffington Post)

 

August 21, 2013

"Caregivers and Sleep: A New Research Study" (The Huffington Post)

"Dreaming of animals and other warning signs of neurodegeneration" (The Guardian)

"Owlets Sleep Like Human Babies" (Discovery News)

"The Difference Between Natural and Chemically-Induced Sleep" (The Huffington Post)

"Sleeping in a tent could cure your insomnia: Exposure to the natural light of dawn and dusk helps synchronise our body clocks" (Daily Mail Online)  

"What color is your night light? It may affect your mood" (Medical Xpress)

 

August 7, 2013

"How Sleep Loss Adds to Weight Gain" (The New York Times)

"How does the Moon affect sleep patterns?" (The Economist)

"Auckland Researchers Warn Against Letting Infants Sleep in Car Seats; May Cause Sudden Death" (International Business Times)

"Could a trip to the sleep clinic cure my tiredness?" (The Guardian)

"The society that never sleeps" (British GQ)

"More couples opting to sleep in separate beds, study suggests" (CBC News)

"8 Foods That Disrupt Sleep" (The Huffington Post)

 
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