Insomnia in People Over 65: How to Think About it and Deal With it

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Description: How have you been sleeping lately? If you are over 65 years of age and you are having some difficulties falling and/or staying asleep you are not alone.  In a large study 42% of people over 65 reported some sleep related issues. Given this what are your thoughts/beliefs/theories about insomnia? What causes it? What… Read more »

Trouble Sleeping in a New Location: What is Uni-hemispheric sleep?

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Description: You probably have had the experience of traveling somewhere, being quite tired when you arrive, and yet not sleeping particularly well on your first night in the new location. You might even have a theory for why that is. What sorts of factors might be involved? Time zone changes? Differences between the bed in… Read more »