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Beth Irvine

Beth Irvine, Health Guide

Author, nurse and mother who is passionate about helping others.

Ring in Change

In looking to all good things for 2009, I want to share a fantastic resource with you called   Change is Good Whether it be issues with sleep or anything we want to change in our life. We begin with the desire to make a change. Below is an interview I did for first30days on where I personally go in times of change, the... Read moreChevron
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Dr. Diana L Walcutt

Dr. Diana L Walcutt, Health Guide



One wonders how many people actually use something to sleep at night. Whether it's a prescription, over the counter (OTC) or alcohol, nearly ALL of us will use something to help us sleep at some point.  Each of us is likely to suffer from at least one bout of insomnia  in our lifetime. We have become a society where even a little loss of... Read moreChevron
Craig Stoltz

Craig Stoltz, Health Guide

Health Journalist

Poor Sleep Makes You Fat

It's rare in health science that a hypothesis stands up under multiple studies in multiple population groups done over a long period of time. It's as close as we can come to "proving" anything about human health and behavior, with all its damnable complexities.   But a study appearing in the May 1 issue of the journal Sleep--at least form... Read moreChevron
Michael Rack, MD

Michael Rack, MD, Health Pro


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) is an effective treatment for most cases of primary insomnia, and for selected cases of secondary insomnia. There are a variety of behavioral and psychological treatments that comprise CBT-I, including stimulus control therapy, relaxation training, biofeedback, paradoxical intention, sleep... Read moreChevron

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