Posts tagged sleep deprivation
4 Tips For Adjusting To A Healthy Sleeping Routine As A Family

Getting a good night’s sleep is just as important for your family as eating a healthy diet and getting plenty of physical activity. Getting enough deep, refreshing sleep at night will leave you all ready to tackle the following day, and contribute to your overall physical and mental health. Adopting a healthier sleeping pattern isn’t always easy, however. We’ve put together some top tips to help you and your family enjoy a healthier, and more fulfilling night’s sleep every night.

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Sleep Positions – Understanding Your Favorite Positions

We all exhibit different sleeping positions. Apparently, your sleeping positions say a lot about your personality and other similar astrological information. In this article, we're looking at the different types of sleeping positions, how you can modify them and how they influence your health. There isn’t a particular one that is good or bad. Each has its own pros and cons. Read on to discover more. Let’s take a look at what type of sleeper you are

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How To Practice Self-Care As A Busy Parent

It’s especially more difficult for dads to attempt to practice self-care than it is for moms because there seems to be a stigma revolving around the practice of looking after and bettering yourself. Here are a few good tips and tricks that should help you learn how to manage your stress better and take the first steps towards practicing self-care for the long run.

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Top Natural Aids To Fight Insomnia For Dads

Fathers have a lot to handle both in the home and also at work. At work, well, dealing with some troublesome bosses and coworkers can stress even the most carefree man. The combination of all the stresses that dads face on many occasions lead to insomnia. This article seeks to share with all dads with the top natural aids that help them fight insomnia.

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Wake Up Refreshed And Ready To Parent With These Anti-Snoring Techniques

When you have a child, it can be hard to get the sleep you need. This is even more true if you have a newborn. Being sleep deprived can lead to some pretty negative situations, so you want to make sure you get as much sleep as you can. Keep reading to get some tips so you can wake up refreshed and ready to parent!

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4 Tips Parents Need To Know So That Children Have A Good Sleep

As a parent, it can get quite tricky having your children get to bed in time. After all, these little ones can get quite energetic especially during the night, when they know it's time for bed! But because it's crucial to have your children sleep well, you'll need to ensure that they aren't staying up at night and have them wake up energetic and healthily. The question is: HOW?

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Baby 101: Dads,Babies and ZZZs

I have always believed that parents need to be partners when taking care of their children.  . I’ve known several dads who would rather watch their wives change diapers or put the baby to sleep or feed the baby because they were afraid they’d do something wrong. We-ell… they won’t know until they try. This can be just a guide, as each family has a different routine, but here are some things you can do to help your wife put your baby to sleep

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Take Back Your Sleep: A Survival Guide for Dads

The phrase "young kids at home" tends to go hand in hand with "we're not sleeping well." Between midnight feedings, potty-training accidents, nightmares, teenager mischief, and bouts of the stomach flu, it might feel like you'll never get a full night's sleep again. Unfortunately, you have a job, which means you need to function even when your family isn’t sleeping well. Don't despair, Dad. There are a few tips you can incorporate to get a little closer to those coveted seven to nine hours a night that experts recommend––yes, it’s possible

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5 Reasons To Spy On Kids' Text Messages

Text messaging remains one of the most popular forms of communication for kids who own phones. A 2015 survey found that 88% of US teenagers aged 13 to 17 have access to a mobile phone of some kind and a majority of teens have smartphones (73%). This number rises to over 90% of teenagers if you include other devices.

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