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Category: Sleeping Tips

New Job? Reset Your Sleep Routine

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Mon 03/25/2019

Sleep is essential for success at the workplace. If you have recently started a new job or started a new shift that is forcing you to wake up earlier or later than before, it’s time to adjust your sleep schedule. West Orange dentist Dr. Ivan Stein of New Jersey Sleep Apnea Solutions shares the following…

The Effects of Exercise on Sleep

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Sat 02/23/2019

By now you are aware that exercise is important for a good night’s rest. Research shows that working out can improve overall quality of sleep, as well as help improve symptoms of certain sleep disorders, including insomnia and sleep apnea. Here’s one thing that you may not be aware of: the time of day you…

Five Sleep Mistakes You Can Fix Tonight

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Tue 12/25/2018

According to sources, nearly 70 million Americans report having sleep problems, ranging from insomnia to daytime drowsiness and fatigue. Although many of us may not like to admit it, some sleep problems are a direct result of bad habits and behaviors.

Could You Benefit From a Sleep Diary?

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Sun 11/25/2018

For people with sleep problems (e.g., insomnia, waking up in the middle of the night) there is a simple way to get to the root of the problem: keeping a sleep diary. Some practitioners believe that keeping a sleep log or diary is beneficial for detecting sleep problems and helping people restore healthy sleep patterns.

Are Drugstore Sleep Aids Safe?

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Fri 10/26/2018

Dozens of sleep aids clog the aisles of chain and local drug stores. While these products claim they can provide a restful night’s sleep, many people are wary of these claims and wonder if there are any harmful side effects. In a recent Harvard Health article, Dr. Lawrence Epstein, an instructor in medicine at Harvard…

How to Adjust Your Sleep Routine During Summer

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Mon 08/27/2018

For many of us, the summer months mean traveling, social gatherings and staying out late. The uptick in activities, however, sometimes comes at the risk of losing a good night’s rest. If a change in your schedule has you missing out on sleep this summer, Dr. Ivan Stein of New Jersey Sleep Apnea Solutions offers…

Tips for Better Sleep While Traveling

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Thu 03/29/2018

Crossing time zones, long layovers and the inherent stress of transit can make it seem next to impossible to get a good night’s sleep when you travel. While it’s hard to compare to the comfort of your own bed, there are some steps you can take to maximize rest on the road. In this blog…

The Best Exercises for Sleep

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Sat 09/30/2017

If you suffer from sleep apnea, chronic insomnia or another sleep disorder, getting your regular dose of exercise can help. Research shows working out can increase overall quality of sleep as well as improve symptoms of certain sleep disorders. But not all exercise is equal. In this blog post, New Jersey sleep apnea specialist Dr….

How Much Should My Child Sleep?

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Thu 03/30/2017
How much should my child sleep?

Are you concerned that your child is not sleeping enough? Or perhaps you wonder if they’re sleeping too much. Both of these are common concerns among parents, and for good reason. A good night’s rest is essential to a child’s wellbeing and success. As a parent, it is important to understand that the amount of…

New Year’s Resolutions for Better Sleep

Written by New Jersey Snoring Solutions on Tue 12/27/2016
New Year Resolutions for Better Sleep

Is a happier, healthier you on top of your list of New Year’s resolutions? If so, getting a good night’s sleep is one of the easiest ways to improve your life. Research shows sleep can help increase cognitive function (e.g., memory, concentration skills) and lower one’s risk of chronic conditions including diabetes. In this blog…