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Sleeping difficulties were reported by 53.9% of respondents of the current study due to frequent use of electronic media and gadgets like cell phone, laptop and television.
'Some are a little more advanced, they probably give a reasonable measure of how you're sleeping.
He added that an average person spent about one-third, or approximately 27 years, of his or her lifetime sleeping, which is surprising given that the science of sleeping has only recently started getting attention.
One of the key features of Fitbit's sleep tracking is "Sleep Insights." Here, the app provides advice and observations based on your sleep "performance" commending you for a regular sleep schedule or giving advice such as mentioning changing your sleep environment if you're not sleeping well enough: bull Awake Being awake for brief periodsbetween 10-30 times is a normal part of sleep bull Light Sleep Usually makes up half your night and is good for memory and learning bull Deep Sleep is important for the immune system and for physical recovery from workouts.
Daytime napping was associated with increased risks of major cardiovascular events and deaths in those with [more than] six hours of nighttime sleep but not in those sleeping [less than] 6 hours a night," Wang said.
They were asked questions about duty hours sleep latency, sleeping deprivation, effects of sleep deprivation on performance, sleep disturbance, use of any medicine for sleep and sleep latency.
In this report by SADE OGUNTOLA, experts warn that this sleeping problem, aside increasing the risk of chronic illnesses like heart attacks, and hypertension, can increase the risk of an accident by over 123 per cent.
'During Ramadan, the normal sleep cycle is disturbed by waking early for suhour, eating heavy before sleep and then sleeping late.
To mark World Sleep Day 2018 amidst an alarming increase rate of insomnia and sleeping disorders within Asia Pacific, sleep health specialist Am Life International Sdn Bhd presented its sleep care showcase to the Malaysian media, Monday (5/21).
It might mean that he or she has Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), a sleep disorder that occurs when a person's breathing is interrupted while sleeping.
For instance, the PSSM has been conducting series of campaigns to inform the people of the benefits of sleeping properly.
Smartwatches and fitness trackers now tell us how many steps we're taking each day, how many calories we're burning and how well we're sleeping.
Teens (and parents) think sleeping in on weekends takes care of inadequate weekday sleep, but this so-called "recovery sleep" tends to occur at an inappropriate time in the circadian phase and further delays melatonin production, as well as reducing sleep pressure, making it even harder to fall asleep.
Therefore, the mother's sleeping behavior has a stronger influence on the child.
DUBAI: Sleeping longer on weekends than on weekdays may cause health issues, according to a new study published in the journal Sleep.