Posts Tagged ‘Sleep

Stress: identify, acknowledge & manage

Posted by: admin on: February 15, 2012

Stress is the biggest villain in the modern day lifestyle. How to identify it, cope with it and manage it is a big challenge. Here is something we need to know. Team@CMHF

A new report shows, for the first time, that older men who spend the least time asleep in the so-called slow-wave sleep (SWS) phase are more likely to develop hypertension than those who spend the most time in SWS. A study shows for the first time that poor-quality blood-pressure reflected by reduced slow-wave sleep, puts […]

AAP: New SIDS Guideline Says No to Bumper Pads

Posted by: admin on: November 7, 2011

We need to understand SIDS and the importance of the infant’s environment in preventing suffocation deaths. No evidence exists to support the view that bumper pads reduce SIDS risk. We need to reduce unsafe sleeping practice. Breast feeding and immunisation prevent SIDS – Team@CMHF

Rhinitis and sleep

Posted by: admin on: May 18, 2011

Allergic rhinitis is a very prevalent disease in developed nations and has been increasing throughout the world. Nasal congestion is one of the most common and bothersome symptoms of rhinitis in both children and adults. Congestion is associated with sleep-disordered breathing and is thought to be a key cause of sleep impairment in rhinitis. The […]

With incidence of colorectal cancer on the rise in India, largely due to constipation, induced by increased consumption of refined flour, the incidence is likely to further rise with GenNext having turned sleepless, thanks to their way of living and having fun. Team@CMHF

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