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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 - 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 »


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 »


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 »


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 »


healthmeup - 01/14/2014 12:30:00

5 Signs You May Be Sleep Deprived

Sleep Deprived Our body tends to give out many signs when we’re tired and sleep deprived. Catching these early signs of sleep deprivation can help one overcome the possibilities of several sleep related disorders. Continue Reading »


healthmeup - 11/04/2013 12:30:00

Signs of Excessive Sleeping & Its Side Effects

Signs of Excessive Sleeping & Its Side Effects Insomnia and lack of sleep are the biggest factors for developing different health problems. But excessive sleeping can also pose a problem to health. Dr. Ravindra Gupta of Internal Medicine from Columbia Asia Hospital at Gurgaon, explains the signs and negative health effects of oversleeping. Continue Reading »


healthmeup - 10/17/2013 13:40:00

Risk Factors for Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Risk Factors for Obstructive Sleep Apnea Obstructive sleep apnea is a deadly sleep disorder. Those with obstructive sleep apnea may feel lethargic after a good night’s sleep or you may snore loudly. But, there are certain risk factors associated with obstructive sleep apnea. We explore these risk factors. Continue Reading »


healthmeup - 09/11/2013 12:00:00

Can Organic Bedding Help in Dealing with Sleeping Disorders?

Can Organic Bedding Help in Dealing with Sleeping Disorders? It has always been amongst the top queries-what type of bedding can ensure optimal sleep for good health. Restless nights can lead to sleeping disorders like insomnia and schizophrenia that can further make life complicated for a person. Minor or major issues with sleeping are experienced by every... Continue Reading »


healthmeup - 03/21/2013 12:30:00

Sleep Apnea: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Sleep Apnea: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Sleep apnea is a sleeping disorder that affects more people worldwide than are aware. The disorder is characterized by interruptions in regular breathing patterns during sleep, where air flow and breathing both are disrupted for short periods of time (in some cases up to 30 times in one hour)... Continue Reading »



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