Today is World Sleep Day!
Countries around the globe are celebrating this important sleep awareness event. You may check the World Sleep Society’s website to discover which activities are occurring in your neighborhood: http://worldsleepday.org/activities
Sleep problems can affect anyone regardless of age, gender or ethnicity...
Folks at Dalhousie University are conducting a pediatric sleep research study on children with insomnia.
Specifically, they are seeking parents of 4-10 year old children with insomnia. The children must have previously been diagnosed with Obstructive Sleep Apnea, and must have had it successfully treated with surgery; tonsillectomy, adenoidectomy or adenotonsillectomy.
Please see the informational poster which gives more details about the project and whom to c...
World Sleep Day this year will occur on Friday, March 16th. Read details about this event in the official press release provided by our colleagues at the World Sleep Society. Click the page below to access the PDF.
Community Sleep Coach will once again be participating in raising sleep awareness during this important month.
Community Sleep Coach strives to educate all within the community regarding sleep disorders and their negative consequences when they go undiagnosed and untreated. This is especially important when we are talking about sleep-disordered breathing. This is not a condition to ignore.
Our colleagues at the National Healthy Sleep Awareness Project have provided this very useful infographic that hits home the seriousness of what we call SLEEP APNEA.
Spread the wo...
Globe and Mail: Good luck finding sleep care if you live in a smaller community
I came across this article a while back in The Globe And Mail, titled “Good luck finding sleep care if you live in a smaller community” -Sep 9, 2015. I would like to comment about this very important fact which still rings true today.
I quite agree with the statements expressed in this article by the physicians who were interviewed regarding this matter...
Thanks to all who attended our World Sleep Day Open House. We hope to see you again next year.
See today’s article recapping this important awareness event here.
1 SLEEP UNTIL WORLD SLEEP DAY
World Sleep Day (March 17th) and National Sleep Awareness Week (which concluded March 12th) are important awareness events organized by sleep professionals; to educate and inform the community about the prevalence of sleep disorders and the direct effects of poor sleep. Sleep problems are all too common and have a negative impact on our overall wellbeing.
This basic human need is just as important as eating and drinking yet we don’t...
If Daylight Savings has left you out of sorts, go ahead and take a nap when you get the opportunity. National Napping Day, March 13th follows the time change which occurred yesterday, March 12th. Many people may choose to take advantage of this special day which will help them recover from losing an hour of sleep.
Daylight Savings was introduced to reduce energy consumption though now there is some debate as to whether this is still true...
SLEEP AWARENESS WEEK IS HERE!
As you know, Sleep Awareness Week begins March 5th and culminates with Daylight Savings on March 12th.
Moving our clocks forward is a trying time for many. Losing an hour of sleep can leave you feeling rundown and “jet-lagged” for 2 or 3 days afterward.
Here is a simple tip to help you ease into SPRINGING FORWARD which we hope will take that zombie feeling out of your work or school day on March 13th.
Starting this evening, Mond...
MARCH IS AN IMPORTANT MONTH FOR SLEEP
National Sleep Awareness Week takes place March 5th – 12th and culminates with Daylight Savings.
Then there is globally celebrated World Sleep Day organized by the World Sleep Society occurring on March 17th.
To celebrate these occasions, COMMUNITY SLEEP COACH will once again be holding our annual Educational Open Houses to raise sleep disorder awareness within the community.
People can drop by the Kelowna office for a cas...