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Sleep disorders

Sleep disorders can include several problems including snoring, sleep apnea, insomnia, sleep deprivation and sleep walking. So it is imperative to understand your sleep patterns and comprehend why it is necessary for good health. On HealthMeUp.com, you can read about foods for good sleep, proper postures for sleeping, causes and treatments of sleep disorders. Click on the following links to read all HealthMeUp.com stories that talk about sleep disorders, causes, treatments and more…

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healthmeup - 01/28/2015 10:00:00

Sleep Paralysis: Know All About It

Sleep Paralysis: Know All About It One of the most horrifying experiences is that of being held down either after falling asleep or while waking up. There are nights when you feel like there is an entity in your room, but you can't scream, talk, call for help or move; you can just feel the pressure of someone sitting on your chest... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 01/01/2015 10:00:00

Do You Talk In Your Sleep? Here's Why

Do You Talk In Your Sleep? Here's Why Have you ever been told by your family, roommates or spouse that you were whispering words when you were actually fast asleep? The phenomenon of sleep talking can raise a lot of questions in your mind, so here are some of the answers. Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 11/20/2014 08:00:00

Choosing the Right Sleep Position

Choosing the Right Sleep Position For your health, try experimenting with each of the following positions for a few nights and see which one is the best fit for you. Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 08/07/2014 08:00:00

The Problem with Over-The-Counter Sleeping Pills

The Problem with Over- The - Counter Sleeping Pills The thought that a pill can offer you a good night's sleep is quite alluring, isn’t it? But in reality, sleeping pills don't treat insomnia, they aggravate the problem. We list down problems that are related to sleeping pills and such over-the-counter medications. Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 08/04/2014 15:19:00

Natural Remedies to Combat Insomnia

Natural Remedies to Combat Insomnia You often hear that one should ideally get about eight hours of sleep every night but insomniacs barely manage to keep their eyes shut. Lack of sleep can lead to several health problems. Therefore treating insomnia should be a priority. Here are a few natural remedies to combat insomnia. Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 07/02/2014 07:00:00

Why Do You Snore While Sleeping?

Why Do You Snore While Sleeping? Do people constantly complain that your snoring is disrupting their sleep? Snoring may seem harmless but when your partner has to share the same room or the same bed every night whilst you snore, it can become a major problem in your relationship. You’d be surprised to know that not all snorers... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 06/18/2014 11:00:00

How to Stop Snoring?

How to Stop Snoring? Snoring can give others sleepless nights and is also a sign of your poor health. When we are asleep the back of our throat narrows down, so as we inhale air through our mouth and nose that causes the vibration of the surrounding tissue. The other reasons for snoring are age, weight, physique,... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 05/24/2014 08:30:00

Healthy Habits: Tips to Rise Early

Healthy Habits: Tips to Rise Early Getting up early in the morning is what each of us tell yourselves every night, before we go to bed. Fret not, from now on you will be able to get up early and on time, just follow these health tips and you will be able to get up early. Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 04/07/2014 12:30:00

Health Conditions Associated to Snoring

Health Conditions Associated to Snoring Snoring refers to the snoring or grunting sound made while sleeping. It is a fairly common problem faced by many people across all age groups and genders. Snoring can be quite annoying to the people you share your bed or room with but that’s not the only problem. Snoring has been associated with... Continue Reading »

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