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Why Sleep is Important for Heart Health
Susan Wynn, RRT, BSBA, MSM, Director of Respiratory Care and Sleep Services - April 24, 2019
Of all the reasons to get a good night's sleep, protecting your heart might not be the first that comes to mind. But maybe it should be.
The Great Eight
Schneck Medical Center - April 03, 2017
Sleep. We all need it. But few of us consistently sleep as long — or as restfully — as we should for optimum health. Although sleep recommendations vary somewhat, most health experts agree that a solid eight hours for adults is a good night’s sleep.
Silent Night?
Schneck Medical Center - December 13, 2016
Does your partner keep you up half the night sounding like a bulldozer or a freight train?  You aren’t alone. Almost half of adults snore occasionally, and 25% snore regularly. Occasional snoring is not dangerous, but chronic snoring may require medical attention. Snoring can be stressful on a relationship and leave a bed partner fatigued, but it can also be an indication of a more serious problem.
When NOT Sleeping Becomes a Nightmare
Dr. Jeffrey Hagedorn - May 09, 2016
Feeling tired after a bad night's sleep may seem like an inevitable part of life, but sometimes it’s a sign of a more serious problem that can have a big effect on your health if you ignore it.
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