Children Give Mothers Sleep Deprivation; But Fathers Are Never Affected – Study
Almost all mothers know that raising children makes adequate sleep impossible, now a new study has also confirmed it. The new research states that raising children makes mothers to suffer sleep deprivation while the same cannot be said of fathers. The authors of the study found that for every additional child in a household, mothers will sleep 50% less and less – but the sleep quality of fathers are never affected.
Excessive Sleep Is a Sign of Dementia; Here Are Other Symptoms
Excessive sleep is a symptom of dementia, but not the cause of dementia, researchers have found. The new study also found that people who sleep for over 9 hours every day increase their risks of developing dementia two fold within 10 years. And then, MRI scans of the brain reveal that people who sleep in excess of 9 hours daily have smaller brain volumes compared with those who sleep less.
Air Pilots And Depression: What Causes Self-Harm And Suicidal Thoughts?
This is the very first study involving airpilots' mental health, and researchers were surprised with the results.
Drivers Sleeping Less Than Five Hours A Night Increases Risk For Crash
A recent study shows that drowsy driving is comparable to drunk driving. Drivers who sleep less than seven hours a day before getting behind the wheel are more likely to experience car crash.
Lack Of Sleep Costs Billions Of Dollars To US Economy
Your lack of sleep actually has an effect on the economy, experts say. Recent study shows insufficient amount of sleep leads to decrease in productivity and increased death risks among workers.
Children's Lack Of Sleep Can Be Linked To The Use Of Electronic Gadgets, Study Suggests
In This Highly Modernized Age, Adults And Kids In Particular Spend Most Of Their Time Facing Their Smartphones And Tablets, Can It Also Be Blamed For Children's Sleep Deprivation?
Lack Of Sleep May Lead To Higher Risk Of Atrial Fibrillation
Atrial fibrillation (AFib) is the most common problem with the heartbeat's rate or rhythm. Sleep deprivation, physical illness, and recent surgery are common triggers for AFib.
Sleep Deprivation Linked To Obesity, Other Health Problems
Deprived of sleep? You might end up a victim of weight gain, obesity, and other health problems.
Ultramarathons cause less wear and tear to human body than shorter marathons: Study
A new study has revealed that longer marathons do less harm than shorter distance races.
Sleep deprivation in teens linked to poor diet choices
Sleep deprived teens tend to make unhealthy food choices, a new study finds.