sleep health

Alarm Clocks: Is There a Better Way to Wake Up?

The majority of us depend on alarm clocks and they clearly are entrenched in modern life. Alarms keep us on schedule in a society that demands punctuality for work, school, and that early morning workout. Is there a better way to wake up?

Planning for a Good Night's Sleep

Here at SleepWatch, we have a keen interest in keeping up with the latest in sleep news and innovation. This week's articles cover tips things you can do throughout the day to improve your sleep, whether you can really “catch-up” on sleep, and falling asleep and staying asleep. For your reading pleasure, here are some of the articles the team has found interesting this week.

Anxious Because You Can't Sleep or Can't Sleep Because You're Anxious?

Here at SleepWatch, we have a keen interest in keeping up with the latest in sleep news and innovation. This week's articles cover the connection between sleep and anxiety and whether your fluffy companion can improve your sleep.

Start With Sleep Rhythm

Did you know that by simply going to bed and rising at the same time daily (Sleep Rhythm) you might be able to gain significant benefits? Sound too good to be true? Well, there's science behind those possibilities.

Women & Sleep, Are Women Getting Equal Treatment?

Research shows that women and men sleep differently. Women take longer to go to sleep (sleep latency), spend about 20 minutes longer in bed and spend more time in deep sleep than men.

Sleep Deprivation Kills

As a pulmonary physician, I have inquired about symptoms of Sleep Apnea but rarely have I been concerned about how many hours my patients slept. More recently, data has shown that sleep is a third cornerstone to good health, alongside diet and exercise.