Sleep and Insomnia Articles

No Insomnia for Astronauts
Scientists help astronauts get a good night's sleep by covering their bodies with electrodes.

Addictive Drugs Most Often Prescribed for Insomnia
Nearly one out of two visits to a doctor's office for help with a sleep disorder result in the prescription of potentially addictive medications.

Use Your Feet to Improve Your Sleep
In this blog entry I provide some details on a few things aging baby boomers (and anyone else for that matter) can do to get a better night's sleep.

A Nutty Insomnia Remedy
If you're having trouble dropping off to sleep, you ought to try this "nutty insomnia remedy" that I posted on my blog. Unlike expensive prescription drugs with horrible side effects, this natural approach may well ease you into dreamland faster than a hit on the head with a two by four.

Embrace Your Fear and Let It Go
Chet writes about an experience generated from using brain entrainment CDs: "For the first time since 1980, when something similar happened to me, I felt completely at one with everything in the world - the good and the bad, the beautiful and the ugly, the violent and the peaceful."

How Sleep Positions Affect Your Slumber
Lack of sleep, as well as troubled or shallow sleep, can lead to health problems and fatigue during the day. Even if you don't have insomnia, you may not be getting adequate sleep due to your sleeping position.

How to Beat Insomnia without Pills
Taking prescription drugs for insomnia can cause all kinds of undesirable side effects and problems. Happily, this article provides some natural alternatives worth trying before popping expensive medications.

Nine Steps to Better Sleep
Too often, people who have difficulty falling asleep and sleeping deeply turn to medication. Experience has shown that many sleep disturbances can be solved through natural means. The following are 9 steps you can take to ensure a good night’s sleep.





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