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How are Disease and Sleep Linked?

How are Disease and Sleep Linked?

Poor sleep can be not only a symptom of various diseases but may also be one of the causes. Research has shown that there are several ways that sleep and disease may be linked. One reason is that our immune systems recharge during sleep. Lack of sleep lowers our...

Chiropractors and Their Patients Choose iSleep

Chiropractors and Their Patients Choose iSleep

Thousands of doctors and patients sleep on and recommend iSleep products for their patients and friends Even with spectacular improvements in healthcare during the past century, disease continues to persist. In many ways the causes behind this fact are linked to...

Over Four Decades of Experience

Over Four Decades of Experience

We have been making sleep products for over forty years We have always been keenly interested in making our products provide the best sleep possible. Our products have improved as our knowledge of sleep increases. Working with Nebraska Wesleyan University and pioneers...

Osteoporosis: Sleep Duration and Bone Density

Osteoporosis: Sleep Duration and Bone Density

Several studies have explored the relationships between sleep duration and bone mineral density (BMD). One such study found women over 45 years of age with a short sleeping duration were more likely to have lower total and all body regional BMD after adjusting for...

Sleep and Muscle Mass are Connected

Sleep and Muscle Mass are Connected

Sleep well when on a diet or lose muscle mass. It has been shown that good sleepers and poor sleepers will lose about the same weight on a low-calorie diet. So, why sleep? Because the weight lost will be mostly muscle and not fat without adequate sleep. Dieters...

Sleep and the COVID-19 Pandemic

Sleep and the COVID-19 Pandemic

Doctors Guide Their Patients to Safety Sleep Through the Pandemic Fighting this virus by increasing the immune system’s effectiveness is the ideal solution. Doctors who communicate this to their patients in their office, social media, email, and the media are making a...

A Nap for Every Purpose

A Nap for Every Purpose

Duration and timing are important A nap is a nap is a nap. Ummm, No.  A lot of research has gone into napping since sleep knowledge has advanced. There are now nap strategies for different purposes and here is a summary of some of them. Naps during the afternoon can...

The Scoop on “Night Owls” and Sleep

The Scoop on “Night Owls” and Sleep

Night owls are not as motivated to exercise People who are “night owls” have a tendency to spend more minutes sitting and are less motivated to regularly exercise, according to a new study from researchers in the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program at the Feinberg...