Sleepless Teens Gain Weight
The teenage years are the time of life where people need the most sleep. Sleeping less than eight hours per night makes teens tired, more prone to sickness, and have difficulty concentrating.
Weight Loss Improves Sleep Apnea
A strong correlation between sleep apnea and obesity suggests that losing weight could have a tremendous effect on improving sleep disorders. While not all sleep apnea sufferers are overweight, the majority are.
Sleeping Beauty's BMI
Everyone has heard a southern belle exclaim, “I NEED MY BEAUTY SLEEP”. Well, apparently, she wasn’t just whistlin’ Dixie.
Kids Need Z's
Insufficient and disorganized sleep puts kids at higher risk of developing obesity and other health conditions, which may be able to be mitigated by "catch up" sleep on weekends and holidays.