Saying Goodbye to Daylight Saving Time
Schneck Medical Center - October 28, 2020
Daylight Saving Time 2020 ends at 2 AM on Sunday, November 1. The good news is that we will be turning our clocks back and gaining an hour of sleep. But this disruption in our sleep cycle can still take some getting used to. Here are four simple tips for transitioning out of DST.
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Why Sleep is Important for Heart Health
Susan Wynn, RRT, BSBA, MSM, Director of Respiratory Care and Sleep Services - April 24, 2019
Of all the reasons to get a good night's sleep, protecting your heart might not be the first that comes to mind. But maybe it should be.
The Great Eight
Schneck Medical Center - April 03, 2017
Sleep. We all need it. But few of us consistently sleep as long — or as restfully — as we should for optimum health. Although sleep recommendations vary somewhat, most health experts agree that a solid eight hours for adults is a good night’s sleep.
Silent Night?
Schneck Medical Center - December 13, 2016
Does your partner keep you up half the night sounding like a bulldozer or a freight train?  You aren’t alone. Almost half of adults snore occasionally, and 25% snore regularly. Occasional snoring is not dangerous, but chronic snoring may require medical attention. Snoring can be stressful on a relationship and leave a bed partner fatigued, but it can also be an indication of a more serious problem.
When NOT Sleeping Becomes a Nightmare
Dr. Jeffrey Hagedorn - May 09, 2016
Feeling tired after a bad night's sleep may seem like an inevitable part of life, but sometimes it’s a sign of a more serious problem that can have a big effect on your health if you ignore it.
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