How Sleep, Learning, and Memory Coincide

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Unfortunately, nobody truly understands the complexities of sleep, learning, and memory. However, there are some studies that suggest that both the quantity and the quality of a person’s rest profoundly impact their recollection. This is because when you don’t have enough rest you won’t be able to focus well and therefore you can’t learn efficiently. …

Why You Should Hold Onto Hope For Depression

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There are some people who enter therapy because they find themselves feeling completely hopeless. Some of these people have been suffering for years, others for decades. They may have tried numerous therapies and medications without finding them helpful. This doesn’t mean there’s no hope of healing from their depression. There’s always hope for three reasons. …

Understanding Sleep Disorders

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While some of us may occasionally experience a sleepless night, for some people this is routine. In fact, the National Institutes of Health 20 million Americans find themselves suffering from sleeping problems occasionally another 40 million suffer from a sleep disorder. Unfortunately, stress and anxiety don’t only contribute to this problem but they can make …

Dealing With Sleep Irregularities In College Students

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Studies have shown that children and adolescents who don’t get enough sleep have cognitive, emotional, and mental health issues. The amount of sleep children get is concerning to everyone today. This is why there’s a movement for school start times to move to later in the morning so that there are more opportunities to sleep. …

Creating Healthy Routines For Those Times When You Don’t Know What To Do

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Many people struggle in the wintertime because the cold and dark make them feel isolated. It can also make you feel quite blah and can oftentimes result in seasonal depression. At other times you may just find yourself struggling because you’re going through a major transition in your life (e.g. a breakup, divorce, move, loss …