Jane Brody

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Weight Loss And Sleep

It’s hard to lose weight, and it’s much harder to keep it off once you do. It is still unclear how sleep and body weight are linked, but some possible correlations have arisen that underscore the health risks of sleep deficiency and the potential weight-loss advantages of getting enough sleep. The Connection Between Sleep and […]

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Thyroid Issues And Sleep

Located near the front of your neck, the thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland that produces thyroid hormones. Thyroid hormones, thyroxine, and triiodothyronine govern the body’s energy expenditure. A wide range of physiological activities, including respiration and heart rate, digestive processes, and body temperature, are influenced by these hormones. Thyroid hormone levels must be kept in […]

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Sleep And Overeating

A decent night’s sleep and a well-balanced diet are crucial to a person’s general well-being. It’s sometimes overlooked that sleep and nutrition are intertwined, yet this is not the case. The connection between sleep deprivation and overeating plays a significant role in this interaction. Overeating and consuming unhealthy meals are more likely to occur when […]

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Parkinsons Disease And Sleep

Sleep and Parkinson’s disease are intertwined. Most Parkinson’s sufferers have difficulty sleeping at some point. Some sleep disorders, such as REM sleep disorder, can be caused by the disease itself. You may also suffer from sleeplessness or exhaustion throughout the day. It is possible to find treatments that will help you get a good night’s […]

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Lack Of Sleep And Diabetes

Diabetes is the sixth greatest cause of death in the United States, affecting about 30 million individuals. In those with type 2 diabetes, which is the most frequent kind, insulin resistance is the underlying cause of the disease’s progression to a chronic stage. Assists move glucose from the blood to muscle, fat, and liver cells […]

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Obesity And Sleep

Traditional knowledge held that one’s weight is a direct result of one’s diet and exercise habits. However, we now know that there is more to weight gain than what we eat and how much exercise we get. A person’s genetics, social background, communal environment, stress, and overall health all influence their weight. In addition, because […]

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Gerd And Sleep

Metro Health Medical Center, Case Western University, Cleveland, OH, Chair Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology; Director of the Esophageal and Swallowing Center The IFFGD Research Award for Senior Investigator in Clinical Science was given to Dr. Fass in 2011. His other research initiatives include those aimed at improving knowledge, diagnosis, and treatment of GERD, functional […]

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Fibromyalgia And Sleep

Fibromyalgia, commonly referred to as fibromyalgia syndrome, is a long-term condition marked by widespread muscle and joint pain and stiffness. There are around 4 million persons in the United States who suffer from fibromyalgia. There is no cure for this disease, but the symptoms can be controlled and even reversed with the right combination of […]

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Epilepsy And Sleep

A restful night’s sleep aids the brain in its recovery from the day’s activities, allowing us to perform better the following day. Seizures can make some people with epilepsy feel fatigued during the day, while sleep deprivation can make others more susceptible to seizures. Are there links between epilepsy and sleep? Epilepsy and sleep are […]

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Cancer and Sleep: How Cancer Affects Sleep Quality?

In terms of public health, cancer is a big issue. Around 21% of men and 18% of women will be diagnosed with cancer at some time in their lives, according to estimates. As the population grows and ages, these numbers are only anticipated to get worse. A cancerous tumor develops when cells expand uncontrollably and […]