Sleep provides an opportunity for your body to repair and restore. Adequate sleep is very important for a healthy lifestyle. Sleep is regulated in the same way as eating, drinking, and breathing which suggests sleep plays a critical role in our physical health and well being. You feel more energetic,Read More →

Sleep is a physical and mental resting state in which a person becomes relatively unconscious. Narcolepsy is a neurological chronic sleep disorder that characterized by the inability of the brain to control sleep-wake cycles. Narcolepsy is the 4th most common sleep disorder; it affects 1 in 2,000 people in the UnitedRead More →

Sleep is an important need and very much essential to a child’s overall health and growth. Babies, children, and teens need more sleep than adults to support their mental and physical development. Children who get enough shut eye are less prone to behavioral problems and moodiness. Sleep is the primaryRead More →

Sleep is necessary for physical and mental well-being. Sleep is like a food for the brain. Sleep deprivation is the condition when one doesn’t get enough sleep, it can be either acute or chronic. People are sleep deprived for many reasons – Unintentional: family obligations, shift works, demanding jobs; Intentional:Read More →

What is Serotonin? Serotonin is an inhibitory monoamine neurotransmitter involved in the transmission of nerve impulses. It is mainly found in the brain, gastrointestinal tract and blood platelets and is responsible for the sense of well-being and happiness. Serotonin is almost associated with the brain functions, but surprisingly 90% ofRead More →

Restless legs syndrome (RLS) is a neurologic sensorimotor and sleep disorder that is often characterized by an unpleasant and uncontrollable urge to move legs that result in sleeplessness. RLS is also called as Willis-Ekbom Disease. Sleep is the best form of rest that activates human to restart or recharge himselfRead More →

Melatonin is a natural hormone produced by the pineal gland inside your brain. It is generally secreted at night times and the highest levels are measured between 11:00 pm to 07:00 am. Darkness promotes the production of melatonin, the darker your bedroom is the more melatonin is produced in yourRead More →

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