Tag Archives: Sleep apnea

Sleep and Memory: Building Bridges

One of the worst habits people can have when trying to learn something is to cram in too much information at once. Whether it’s cramming for an important exam, learning a new language or memorizing a speech, most of us feel pressed for time and try to jam too much information into our brains. Sometimes, even

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Sleep Deprivation and Messages from the Graveyard Shift

There are several things that our bodies need to keep working. Food, water, and air get much of the credit. However, something often overlooked as a basic necessity is sleep. For a monophasic sleeper, missing just one night of sleep can make you as impaired as if you were drinking alcohol. But what about the

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Disturbing Sleep Disorders That Will Keep You Up at Night (pt.3): Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is defined as the termination of respirations for 10 seconds or more during sleep. Some interruptions in breathing are normal during sleeping. However, if you experience a pause lasting longer than ten seconds more than 5 times an hour, you may have sleep apnea.        Sleep apnea is perhaps one of the

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The Polyphasic Sleep Mastery E-BOOK

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