Sleep Disorder - Using Pressure Points to Get a Better Night’s Sleep
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 Screen Time and InsomniaScreen Time and Insomnia
 
Reports of insomnia have increased, correlating with the population's rapidly increasing screen time as technology progresses,
 
   Using Pressure Points to Get a Better Night’s SleepUsing Pressure Points to Get a Better Night’s Sleep
 
Approximately one-third of UK adults have sleep problems. This article looks at how using pressure points could help you to get a better night's sleep.
 
   Causes of Somniloquy (Sleep Talking)Causes of Somniloquy (Sleep Talking)
 
Somniloquy, also known as sleep talking, is a sleep disorder characterized by unconscious or unintentional talk while asleep.
 
 Sleep disorders common during COVID-19 pandemic
 
Sleep disorders common during COVID-19 pandemicA recent study published on the preprint server medRxiv* in October 2020 reveals the significant prevalence of sleep abnormalities among the population in areas affected by COVID-19. This is likely to cause a heavy toll on mental and physical health if sustained over the long run.
 
 
 Insomnia patients commonly underestimate their actual sleep behavior
 
Insomnia patients commonly underestimate their actual sleep behaviorPeople with sleep disorders commonly have a misperception about their actual sleep behavior.
 
 
 New guideline offers recommendations to use behavioral, psychological therapies for insomnia
 
New guideline offers recommendations to use behavioral, psychological therapies for insomniaThe American Academy of Sleep Medicine has published a new clinical practice guideline establishing recommendations for the use of behavioral and psychological treatments for chronic insomnia disorder in adults.
 
 
 Specific brain neurons could provide a target for treating sleep-related disorders
 
Specific brain neurons could provide a target for treating sleep-related disordersWe laugh when we see Homer Simpson falling asleep while driving, while in church, and while even operating the nuclear reactor. In reality though, narcolepsy, cataplexy, and rapid eye movement (REM) sleep behavior disorder are all serious sleep-related illnesses.