Health and Sleep

We all try to look after ourselves. We eat well, exercise often, and watch what we drink. But do you make sure that you sleep well, too? Sleep is just as important to keep us in good health. And, when we’re not in good health, it’s even more important that we get a good sleep. In this topic, you’ll find out more about the connection between health and sleep.

Epilepsy and Sleep

Epilepsy and Sleep

Epilepsy is a common condition that affects the brain and causes frequent seizures. These seizures are bursts of electrical activity in the brain that can temporarily affect how the brain works. Not only can these seizures interfere with everyday life, but epilepsy...

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What Is Sleep Bruxism?

What Is Sleep Bruxism?

Sleep bruxism is better known as teeth grinding or jaw clenching. It’s a sleep-related movement disorder that’s often linked to stress or anxiety. While people can grind their teeth during the day, sleep bruxism is a bigger health concern. People with sleep bruxism...

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What Is Hypersomnia?

What Is Hypersomnia?

We all have those days where we can’t seem to wake ourselves up. However, for some, it’s a serious issue. Hypersomnia is a condition in which you feel excessive daytime sleepiness and struggle to stay awake during the day, even after long stretches of sleep. People...

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Five Ways Exercise Helps You Sleep

Five Ways Exercise Helps You Sleep

We all want to be healthy – but sometimes the thought of going for a walk or heading to the gym just makes us want to curl up on the sofa and flick through the TV. It can be hard to motivate ourselves to exercise, especially if we convince ourselves that we’ll just...

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Is Sleep Important for Your Health?

Is Sleep Important for Your Health?

We all make sure that we look after ourselves. We eat well and try to fight the temptation to eat sugary or fatty foods – a hard battle to win. We exercise often, whether it’s a vigorous workout at the gym or it’s a walk with your furry friend. We watch what we drink...

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Diabetes and Sleep

Diabetes and Sleep

The quality of our sleep is closely linked to any health conditions we have – if we’re not feeling our best, we’re not sleeping our best. Diabetes is no exception. Sleep can affect your blood sugar levels, and blood glucose control can affect your...

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Sleeping with Multiple Sclerosis

Sleeping with Multiple Sclerosis

Poor sleep is common in people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), with about 50% of people with MS reported to experience some form of sleep disturbance. However, sleep disorders are still...

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Does Sharing A Bed Affect Your Sleep?

Does Sharing A Bed Affect Your Sleep?

An estimated 60% of us share a bed with someone else. It’s completely normal, just a part of everyday life. Yet, it’s possible that sharing a bed can affect your sleep. Obviously, if the person...

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Sleeping with Parkinson’s Disease

Sleeping with Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s Disease is a disorder of the central nervous system that causes a loss of cells in the part of the brain that controls your movement. While Parkinson’s itself is not a mental health problem, it’s been linked with memory problems, depression, and sleep...

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Does Sleeping with Your Pet Affect Your Health?

Does Sleeping with Your Pet Affect Your Health?

There are few things as cosy as snuggling up with your dog or cat for a good sleep, whether on the sofa in front of the TV or in bed for the night. However, there are both advantages and disadvantages to this, so it’s important to know if sleeping with pets is best...

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The Ultimate Guide to Clean Sleeping

The Ultimate Guide to Clean Sleeping

We at SlumberSlumber welcome anything that helps give you a more restful sleep. Clean sleeping’s strict rules might not be for everyone, but taking away some handy tips can really make a difference. Creating a peaceful sleeping environment, allowing yourself to shut off and steering clear of caffeine can all help you get your forty winks.

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