257 Results for Sleep

  1. The Promise of Sleep: Adequate shut-eye is good for your brain. Our experts explain why and how to get the amount you need.

    ...Science has been telling us for years that sleep is important for both physical and emotional health, but for many it remains elusive: Only one out of three adults gets the recommended seven hours each night, according

    • Levine, Hallie
    • Neurology Now
    • March 01, 2017
  2. Ask the Experts: Parkinson's Disease

    ... do experience non-motor symptoms, such as reduced ability to detect and differentiate odors, constipation, excessive daytime sleepiness, and rapid eye movement (REM) sleep behavior disorder. During REM sleep, the body

    • Sethi, Kapil M.D.
    • Neurology Now
    • December 16, 2017
  3. This Way In: Weather-Related Migraines

    ... factor. For many people with migraine, recognizing their own triggers—such as food or sleep deprivation—can be one of the most effective forms of prevention,” he says.According to a recent survey by the National

    • Chillemi, Stacey
    • Neurology Now
    • December 16, 2017
  4. Energy Boost: Don't let fatigue get you down. These six strategies can help you manage it.

    ... to the mall, says Dr. Burks.iSTOCK/VGAJIC6. ADDRESS SLEEP PROBLEMS. Difficulty sleeping can exacerbate fatigue, says Dr. Burks. Start with simple techniques such as avoiding caffeine and naps late in the day. If you're ...

    • Kritz, Fran
    • Neurology Now
    • November 01, 2017
  5. Protect Your Brain : Follow these expert strategies to guard against injury and cognitive decline throughout your life. for Life

    ... in the more creative, artistic functions) grow stronger, helping the brain mature, according to a study published in the journal Brain Sciences in 2013.Sleep is particularly important—and often much more of a challenge

    • Cohen, Marisa
    • Neurology Now
    • March 01, 2017
  6. The Brain Needs Blood: Vascular cognitive impairment, one of the most common forms of dementia, may be preventable.

    ...: quitnet.com * WhyQuit, one of the Internet's leading cold-turkey quit sites: whyquit.com DEPRESSION, SLEEP DISORDERS, AND VCILess well-known risk factors like depression and sleep disorders may also contribute

    • Paturel, Amy M.S., M.P.H.
    • Neurology Now
    • December 16, 2017