Vigilance and hypervigilance are two obstacles to falling asleep that we have some control over. [...]
Drowsy driving accidents seem to be on the upswing but without more regulations, anti-drowsy driving laws, and an equally dangerous uptick in sleep deprivation, how are we ever going to make our roads safe again? [...]
June brought the return of our drowsy driving spotlight, which highlights the serious public health safety threat caused by falling asleep at the wheel.
In May, we decided to cut loose and throw a month-long sleepover! Here’s a recap, #ICYMI, plus links to all other posts related to the topic at SHC.
Sleep is often overlooked when we look at problems with mood swings, mental illness, cognitive problems, and memory loss... but it should be the first thing we investigate. [...]
In April, we examined the broad swath of connections linking poor sleep with the 4Ms: mood disorders, mental health, memory problems, and intellect/learning (mind). Here's a recap, #ICYMI, plus links to all other posts related to the topic at SHC. [...]
Mindfulness is more a 24-7 mindset than a specific practice; it also embraces all the ideas that make sleep hygiene a legitimate goal for those who struggle with sleep. [...]
There's plenty of blame to go around for the mood swings of teenagers, but let's be fair: a lot of it isn't their fault, it's due to sleep deprivation.
Without sleep, we can struggle with memory and learning, mood stability, executive function, and mental processing. These podcasts and videos capture the strange landscape of the brain and mind under the influence of sleep deprivation. [...]
The month of April opens with our brand-new theme: The 4Ms and [...]