Insomnia and Sleep Apnea

Is insomnia considered sleep apnea

Can’t sleep at night? If you have a busy work schedule or exams coming, it can be hard to get a good night’s sleep. We all know that the fact that we have less time and more work makes our lives more stressful. If you believe you have insomnia, you may have sleep apnea. Yes, […]

Is 6 hours of sleep enough

Is 6 hours of sleep enough

Today’s fast-paced world allows most people to get fewer than 8 hours of sleep a day. Hectic schedules make us realize that there are simply not enough hours in a day to do all that we want and get eight hours of peaceful sleep on top of that. Therefore, sleep is often compromised to prioritize […]

What do insomnia and sleep apnea have in common?


Insomnia and sleep apnea are two of the most common sleep-related disorders people face around the world. Symptoms and signs of sleep apnea often merge with those of insomnia, making it hard for people to understand the illness. On top of this, these conditions may coexist as well. These factors make it difficult to adequately […]

Sleep Apnea Treatment Options

Sleep Apnea Treatment Options

What is Sleep Apnea? To understand the treatment options for sleep apnea, let’s first discuss what sleep apnea is. Sleep apnea is a potentially dangerous illness. It is categorized as sleep-disordered breathing, which is an umbrella term for conditions that cause people to breathe abnormally or make them experience lapses in breathing during sleep.There are […]

The Actual Power Nap

Power of Nap

According to Goodpath sleep expert and Harvard Medical School professor, Dr. Gregg Jacobs, the brain is designed for naps due to a biological readiness to fall asleep in the afternoon that coincides with reduced alertness and performance (circadian dip in alertness).  This is because human sleep is intended to be bi-phasic (two periods of sleep): […]