Sleep Disorders

Sleep and your weight
Did you know that when you sleep badly, it can disrupt the release of leptin (fullness hormone) and ghrelin (hunger hormone) — which impacts metabolism? These hormone changes increase appetite and food intake because of increased hunger signals and fewer signs to stop eating. Learn what you can do to prevent this from Exercise Physiologist Michelle Lee, BS, Lifestyle Health.
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Sleep Disorders

Weight loss might help reverse progression of a common heart arrhythmia in obese adults, a new study shows.

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Sleep Disorders

Sleep problems can play havoc with your social life, a new study suggests.

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Sleep Disorders

Insomnia affects up to 15 percent of Americans, but sleeping pills aren't the only -- or the best -- answer. A good sleep routine, exercise and mindfulness are all options to get the restorative sleep you need.

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Sleep Disorders

People with sleep apnea, especially those over 60, could decrease their risk of heart failure by using CPAP masks at night to help with breathing, according to new research.

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