Nasal sprays and insomnia

Nasal sprays and insomnia

29 Aug 2017 3:19 PMRosemary Clancy

How many of us know this experience? You’re awake at 3am, breathing through your mouth, your nose completely blocked. The feeling of suffocation rising, with shortness of breath, dry mouth and throat, and headachy feeling behind the eyes. You turn from one side to the other to see if one side of your nose can get some air in. The attention becomes helplessly focused on the rising sensations of suffocation, and with this, rising feelings of panic. No chance of sleep now....

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Summer: the best time of year for this Insomnia cure

Summer: the best time of year for this Insomnia cure

2 Aug 2017 12:00 AMRosemary Clancy

For chronic, conditioned insomnia, doing Time in Bed Restriction in summer is easier than waiting until winter.

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Athletes, Insomnia, and Sleep medications

Athletes, Insomnia, and Sleep medications

30 Mar 2016 2:48 PMRosemary Clancy

Now that Olympic athletes' use of sleep prescription “hypnotic” medications benzodiazepines (such as Valium, Ativan, Xanax, Mogadon) and “Z-drugs” (Stilnox and Imovane) has been curtailed, let’s look at why this might cause athletes disquiet.

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