Monthly Archives: May 2011

Women Have Speedier Body Clock

The reason women tend to wake up earlier and be more prone to insomnia than men may be rooted in biology. Research conducted by the Sleep Medicine department of Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston has revealed that the body’s internal … Continue reading

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Infants’ Growth Spurts Affect Sleep

Babies sleep a lot, but parents often worry when their infant starts sleeping even more than usual. New research shows that the extra shut-eye is nothing to worry about;  it just means your baby is growing. A new study published … Continue reading

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ADHD Requires Adjustments to Child’s Bedtime Routine

Struggling to cope with ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder), children and their parents must deal with a number of difficulties caused by both the disorder and its treatment. Sleep disorders are common in children who have ADHD. While biology is … Continue reading

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