Food for Better Sleep, Potassium Salt and Butter

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Weekly Tips - Better Sleep, Potassium Salt and Butter

This week the lowdown on food to help you sleep, making potassium consumer friendly, finally a reprieve for butter and a home made sports drink recipe.

Skip the Gym and Strengthen Your Whole Body

Chances are good that you can relate to how Jillian Michaels started 2019 after a roller coaster year of ups and downs. She found herself hoping for better times after the destruction of her house in

SLEEP 2019 Trainee Opportunities

SLEEP 2019 opportunities for SRS trainees have been designed to foster scientific investigation; professional education, career development and networking in sleep and circadian research and academic

Upcoming: 2019-2020 Election Nominations

Starting January 15, the SRS will be accepting nominations for the positions of Board Member at Large and President-Elect. We encourage all members to nominate anyone who would make great leadership

Thirsty and Tired? You May Need More Than Water.

{pixabay|100|campaign} Dehydration can be a prime culprit making you feel tired and sluggish. If we admit that we aren’t drinking enough water, it’s not surprising we all feel the need for a nap.

YOU only YOU are in charge of your health

{pixabay|100|campaign} USA Today ran an interesting series of articles on our ridiculous health care system or should I say our “disease care” system. While more and more Americans concerned with

SRS Call for Nominations

Nominations open through February 17, 2019 The SRS is currently accepting nominations for service on the Board of Directors in the capacity of President-Elect (term ending June, 2023) and three Direc

SRS Infographic Contest

The intent of this contest is to promote sleep and circadian research through the creation of an Infographic (information graphic). High school or undergraduate college student entrants: create an in

Looking to Get More Involved in the SRS?

The Sleep Research Society invites members to participate in a standing committee. Volunteer committee members provide an invaluable service to the organization and to members by contributing to init

Year in Review: SLEEP keynote

Relive one of the highlights of SLEEP 2018 in Baltimore by watching a video of the keynote address, “The Cross-Talk Between Sleep and Circadian Clocks: Mechanisms and Health Implications,” which

Last Day to Register for ASCS

Registration Closes Today Registration includes: Lodging (February 1st-4th) Three daily meals (February 2nd-4th) All scientific sessions Registration will close at 11:59 PM Central Time More Infor

Sleep Research Society announces 2019 award recipients

The Sleep Research Society (SRS) has selected four outstanding sleep and circadian scientists as recipients of the 2019 Sleep Research Society awards, which recognize excellence in sleep and circadia

SRS 2019 Outstanding Early Investigator Award

The award cycle for the 2019 Outstanding Early Investigator Award is open through March 5, 2019, 11:59 PM, CT This award recognizes an outstanding research effort by an early-stage investigator in th

12 Days Left to Impact the Sleep and Circadian Sciences in 2018

$2.4M Raised Toward $2.5M Campaign Goal - Help Us Cross The Finish Line! With only $100,000 to go to reach our $2,500,000 Funding Our Future Scientists Campaign goal, now is the time to join your c

Ectosense’s Ciaran McCourt Interview

Sleep Health After playing many different roles in the SleepTech® industry across both sides of the pond, Ciaran McCourt (originally from Ireland) is now the CEO of Belgium-based Ectosense, a healt

How Sleep Affects Your Immunity

The Science of Sleep Up your odds of staying healthy this cold and flu season by sticking to these bedtime rules.

Do Dreams Affect How Well You Sleep?

The Science of Sleep If you believe what you dream could be impacting the quality of your shut-eye, here’s what you need to know.

Can You Change Your Circadian Rhythm?

The Science of Sleep Your body’s internal clock controls how sleepy and awake you feel at different parts of the day. Not happy with your internal clock? Don’t worry: It isn’t set in stone.

How Sleep Is Different for Men and Women

The Science of Sleep There’s a science-backed reason why you and your partner feel drowsy and alert at different times of the day. Learn how gender affects your sleep cycle.

What Your Sleep Habits Reveal About Your Dementia Risk

Sleep & Disease Sleep Problems The amount of sleep you get could have a very real impact on your brain health. Here’s how to keep your mind sharp.

Working New Hours? How to Reset Your Sleep Routine.

Sleep & Your Lifestyle Reprogramming your body’s clock requires a plan (and a little patience!). Here’s how to adjust your sleep schedule when your job hours change.

3 Signs Your Mood May Be Affecting Your Sleep

Sleep & Disease Sleep Problems Lying awake in bed at night? The surprising culprit could be how you feel inside. Here’s what to do about it.

Is Your Thyroid to Blame for Your Sleep Issues?

Sleep & Disease Sleep Problems If your thyroid isn’t working quite right, it could be the reason for your insomnia or exhaustion.

Is a Sleep Movement Disorder Messing with Your Slumber?

Abnormal Sleep Behavior Disorders Sleep Related Movement Disorders Discover whether being a mover, shaker, or grinder during sleep is compromising the quality and quantity of your shut-eye.


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