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Irregular bedtimes for kids may lead to behavioral problems


Children with irregular bedtimes may be more prone to having behavioral problems, according to a new study. Research published on Oct. 14 in Pediatrics showed that not going to bed at a regular time each night could interrupt a child’s natural circadian rhythm, leading to lack of sleep. This in turn could affect how the brain matures […]

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Light Therapy Can Improve Sleep Disorders


A new study suggests that doctors who prescribe medications for sleep disorders should try recommending bright light therapy or phototherapy.  The therapy has been found to be effective for those with insomnia and circadian rhythm issues like jet lags, delayed sleep phase disorders. A study of 16 veterans diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, also known as PTSD, in […]

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Troubles Sleeping?


Try light therapy. It can treat a number of sleep disorders. First off, bright light therapy can help for Circadian Rhythm sleep disorder. The principle of light therapy is to imitate bright sunlight and in turn tune the body clock. The light is provided through a light box. This therapy helps a person maintain a […]

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