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These are the insomnia treatments that can actually cure insomnia

When it comes to the best treatment option for insomnia, there is a ton of conflicting information out there. I see plenty of bad advice handed out to people suffering from insomnia and I see many so-called insomnia cures that have little (or no) evidence on their safety or effectiveness [...]

Should you ignore your insomnia if you want to keep your guns?

Earlier this year, the media was in a furore over a story that a man who sought treatment for insomnia ended up having his guns confiscated. Apparently, after seeking medical help he was admitted to hospital for treatment. Less than a week later the Country Sheriff's Department turned up on [...]

Avoid insomnia – don’t become an astronaut!

According to researchers at Harvard Medical School in Boston, astronauts get less than six hours of sleep on orbiting space shuttles and barely more than six hours when on the International Space Station - even though NASA allots 8.5 hours of sleep for all space-traveling astronauts. Furthermore, about 75% of [...]

Stress may not be the direct cause of your insomnia after all

It's no surprise that stressful events often lead to short-term insomnia. The real problem arises when short-term sleeplessness develops into long-term, chronic insomnia. It's thought that as many as 20% of adults suffer from short-term insomnia - and it's more prevalent in women than men. A recent study by the [...]

The best insomnia treatment for heart failure patients

In a study involving patients with stable heart failure, researchers discovered that participants were suffering from poor sleep quality and moderate insomnia. Participants were averaging less than 5.5 hours of sleep and had difficulty falling asleep and staying asleep. Patients also said they didn't mention their poor sleep to their [...]

Insomniacs more likely to suffer from PTSD and depression

Perhaps unsurprisingly, there's a strong link between sleep disorders and combat. Now a new study suggests that a history of insomnia increases the risk for post-traumatic stress disorder and depression in combat veterans. The research out of the University of Pennsylvania and the Naval Health Research Center in San Diego [...]