Discover how Sound Oasis, with its therapeutic sound machines, can help students and parents overcome back-to-school stress. Learn how relaxation and stress relief techniques can enhance student wellness and promote parent wellness during this transitional period.
Sleep disturbances are a common symptom among individuals with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), Before diving into creating a sleep-friendly environment, it is crucial to understand how PTSD affects sleep. We hope these tips have been helpful, and we encourage you to seek additional support and resources to help manage your PTSD symptoms and improve your sleep quality.
High temperatures, humidity, and increased daylight can all make it challenging to get a good night’s sleep, there are some simple and effective ways to improve your sleep and wake up feeling refreshed and energized. In this blog post, we’ll explore some common summer sleep struggles and share some tips to help you get better rest during the hot months.
We spend about one-third of our lives in bed, so it’s incredibly important to not only prioritize sleep but also make sure that the sleep we are getting is quality rest. After a long day, your bedroom should be welcoming you as a peaceful oasis. If you’re looking for ways to fall asleep quicker or stay sleeping a little longer, be sure to continue reading for our tips and tricks.
Tinnitus is a common affliction that affects as many as 50 million Americans. The condition presents as an internal noise within your ear or head with no external source. It is usually a ringing sound, but tinnitus can also present as a buzzing or whooshing. Keep your stress levels low as studies suggest that stress can make this problem more prominent. Find your joy by doing some mindful meditation, going for a walk, or listening to your favorite sounds.
Good sleep habits are fundamental in achieving better sleep, but sometimes, we overlook outside factors such as the outside environment and how they can affect our sleep quality. A recent study published in 2021 showed that there are strong seasonal effects on wake time and sleep duration. To learn more and see what other kinds of sleep enhancements might help you sleep well through the seasons continue reading…
Abnormal sleep behavior, excessive daytime sleepiness, sleep related breathing and sleep related movement are all types of sleep disorders. Insomnia is the most common sleep disorder. It affects about half of all adults. Symptoms of insomnia include difficulty falling asleep, waking up often during the night and having trouble getting back to sleep, waking too early in the morning, having unrefreshing sleep and having daytime problems due to not sleeping well including fatigue, mood swings and concentration problems.