INSOMNIA

INSOMNIA

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  1. Kao MegRhythm Shutterstock

    Falling sick because of poor sleep? Add this to your bedtime routine for deep recuperative slumber

    MegRhythm Good-Night Steam Patch aims to activate your relaxation point at the base of your neck to lull you into dreamland. Brought to you by ...
  2. FILE PHOTO:  The logo of Eisai Co Ltd is displayed at the company headquarters in Tokyo

    Eisai Inc announces US approval for insomnia drug

    Japan-based drugmaker Eisai Co's U.S. subsidiary announced on Sunday that it had received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for ...
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    Commentary: Sleep training for your kids – it works and you should try it

    Sleep training at younger ages may protect against more serious sleep problems later in life, say researchers at Pittsburg University Ryan ...
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    Commentary: A necessity Singaporeans cannot afford – more sleep

    More sleep or more work - this is a core dilemma every Singaporean must confront at some point in their lives, says Ng Chia Wee.
  5. Sleep loss insomnia obstructive sleep apnoea health

    Can’t sleep at night, dozing off in the day – it could point to bigger health issues

    Depression, cardiovascular diseases, thyroid disorders are some of the medical conditions that may be the underlying cause of your insomnia, say ...
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    Commentary: Want to sleep better? Get a good pillow.

    The solution to sleep deprivation problem is simple, does not involve technology or expensive interventions or lots of time, says one psychology ...
  7. sleep insomnia bed woman cannot sleep

    Commentary: Are we losing the fight against inadequate sleep?

    We must all take small steps to avoid the perils of insomnia and other reasons behind inadequate sleep, says one observer.
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    Commentary: Sleepless in Singapore? Let’s address our bedroom epidemic

    Insomnia, snoring and sleep apnea are just symptoms of our unhealthy sleeping habits, says CEO of Philips (ASEAN and Pacific).