Tag Archives: sleep

How to help your child get the sleep they need

This year, back-to-school plans are still a work in progress, and some (perhaps many) children will be learning from home because of the pandemic. As tempting as it might be to let the summer sleep schedules stay in place, it’s important that children have a regular routine — and that they are sleeping during the… Read More »

Sleep Loss And Your Health [INFOGRAPHIC]

Results from a study could provide many restful nights for those that suffer from obstructive sleep apnea. Researchers revealed that repeated obstruction of the airways needs release of the brain chemical noradrenaline. The release of this chemical allows the brain to learn to breathe more purposefully and effectively.1✅ JOURNAL REFERENCEDOI: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.3394-10.2010 The researchers demonstrated that… Read More »

Is Magnesium or Melatonin Better for Sleep?

It seems that now more than ever, people are having a hard time achieving satisfying sleep at night. Maybe you’re someone who has occasional insomnia. Maybe you inexplicably wake up several times a night, or awaken in the morning feeling anything but rested. Whatever the case, if you’re looking for more rest to achieve the… Read More »

For what sleep aid quetiapine

They found 25mg quetiapine at night for primary insomnia did not for sleep. This means sleeep sleep promoted for conditions it was not licensed to treat, such as anger management, anxiety, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder ADHD, aid, depression, mood disorder, PTSD, quetiapine sleeplessness. Started at 25 then 50mg and eventually mgs at night. Developed in cooperation… Read More »