Category: Sleep

06/10: Tired Driving is the New Drunk Driving

As many of you may have heard, the Wal-Mart truck driver involved in the crash that severely injured Tracy Morgan and killed James “Jimmy Mack” McNair, reportedly was driving despite having not slept in over 24 hours . My initial

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01/22: Sleep and Brain Training

Before participating in brain training, my sleep was an absolute mess. I was unable to fall asleep at a decent hour. Just as I would close my eyes, my mind would begin to race. I worried about going to work

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01/13/2014: Sleep Problems = Thinking Problems

For the past six weeks, I have had the not-so-awesome experience of battling the flu (possibly swine flu, if local news articles are to be believed). This means that, thanks to a lovely fever and coughing episodes reminiscent of Capt.

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02/15: Insomnia

Today’s book tie-in is the Stephen King novel “Insomnia”.  It has been quite awhile since I have read this tome, but I’ve been thinking about it quite a bit this week in relation to the recent article in the New

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02/14: Health, Wellness, and Sleep

Amber Merton, a health and fitness enthusiast, wrote an excellent blog article about how sleep is the cornerstone to good health.  (You can access the full article here: http://www.hivehealthmedia.com/sleep-as-the-cornerstone-to-good-health/) I love how in this article, she covers so many areas

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