For most of the United States, Daylight Saving Time began on March 12, 2023, at 2:00 AM. And it will end on November 5, 2023, at 2:00 AM. During Daylight Saving Time (DST), clocks are set one hour ahead of standard time. Every state except for Hawaii and Arizona follows this rule. The U.S. first […]Continue Reading »
Sleep apnea is a medical condition in which a person’s airway becomes fully or partially blocked when they sleep. The blockage causes them to repeatedly stop and start breathing. And the lack of air entering their lungs results in a reduction of oxygen in the blood. This is called hypoxia. And it interrupts the sleep […]Continue Reading »
Do you often feel like you spend more time trying to fall asleep than you do sleeping? If so, you’re not alone. When you can’t sleep, the anxiety you feel about not falling asleep can create a cycle of nervous energy that keeps you alert. And if your mind can’t calm down, your body can’t […]Continue Reading »
How you position your body while you’re awake and asleep can affect your health. If you experience aches or pains, your posture may be to blame. You’ve probably been told to sit up straight at least once in your life – probably more. But good posture isn’t just about looking good or having good manners. […]Continue Reading »
Getting a good night’s rest is beneficial in so many ways. Consistent high-quality sleep improves focus, creativity, empathy, and mood. It improves relationships, making you a better parent, co-worker, or friend. It reduces stress and anxiety and increases your performance at work or school. But all too often, people take sleep for granted and don’t […]Continue Reading »
Young children need lots of sleep. Newborns 0-3 months need to sleep 14-17 hours. Infants 4-11 months need to sleep 12-15 hours. Toddlers 1-2 years old need to sleep 11-14 hours. And preschoolers 3-5 years old need to sleep 10-13 hours. But children usually don’t get the full amount of sleep they need from sleeping […]Continue Reading »
How do you feel in the morning? Do you feel bright-eyed and alert? Or do you feel sluggish and like you can’t quite shake your sleepiness? If you wake up feeling the latter, you’re not alone. Morning alertness is a struggle for a lot of people, and many people attribute the problem to their genes. […]Continue Reading »
Whether or not you wear socks to bed may seem like an insignificant detail. But research shows that wearing socks to bed can significantly improve your sleep quality. Anecdotally, many people claim to sleep better when they wear socks. But now, research backs up these claims. Here’s how sleeping with socks on can improve your […]Continue Reading »
Around twenty-two million people in the United States suffer from sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a disorder that causes people to repeatedly stop and start breathing while they sleep due to blockages in their airways. These breathing interruptions are called “apnea events.” Left untreated, sleep apnea can have serious health consequences, including… High blood pressure […]Continue Reading »
Part of a good bedtime routine for both children and adults includes taking time to wind down before trying to sleep. And a great way to do that is to spend time reading each night. Reading for pleasure offers lots of benefits. It helps… Boost your capacity for empathy Build your vocabulary Reduce your risk […]Continue Reading »
Airway Is Life:
The Book Your Family Needs to Read Today
Healthy Sleep Revolution Podcast
Snoring? Tired all day? Trouble focusing?
So many think these symptoms are common in kids and adults when tired. Join us as we debunk some of these common myths and put the spotlight on Sleep Apnea. Discover what constitutes healthy sleep and how we can help ourselves and our kids get the best sleep ever.