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*******www.mybrez**** Snoring is responsible for many of the physical effects of sleep deprivation for spouses. In this video, you meet Jim and Ann who have been dealing with snoring for years. They describe how the new anti-snoring device Brez by Airware has changed their entire life! Distributed by Tubemogul.
2 Apr 2009
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*******www.MyBrez**** - Top 5 list of causes for sleep deprivations as it relates to snoring: 1. Congestion and Relaxation of the Nasal Passages: Primary snoring (snoring without apnea), one of the most common types of snoring, is often the result of a narrowing of the nasal passageway due to congestion or relaxation. 2. Sleeping Position: Sleeping on your back can allow the tongue to fall backward into the throat, narrowing the airway and obstructing airflow. Side sleeping is one way to reduce this problem. 3. Alcohol Consumption: Alcohol and sedatives depress your central nervous system, causing your muscles to relax. This includes the tissues in your throat. Many people report increased snoring after drinking. 4. Excess Weight: Being overweight can also increase snoring. Excess weight can cause loose throat tissues, which are more likely to vibrate as you breathe. 5. Sleep Apnea: Characterized by pauses in breathing during sleep, sleep apnea is a serious disorder that may require medical care. Distributed by Tubemogul.
27 Aug 2009
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Learn more about the hazards sleep deprivation can cause to your body and how to treat it.
15 Oct 2009
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Get the book now: *******sleepmojo**** Sleep Expert Elizabeth Shannon interviews Andrew Verity regarding sleep deprivation and sleep disorders (part 2)
21 May 2012
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Get the book now: *******sleepmojo**** Sleep Expert Elizabeth Shannon interviews Andrew Verity regarding sleep deprivation and sleep disorders (part 3)
21 May 2012
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More information here: *******www.sleeplessnomore**** Sleep Expert Elizabeth Shannon interviews Andrew Verity regarding sleep deprivation and sleep disorders (part 4)
21 May 2012
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Get the book now: *******sleepmojo**** Sleep Expert Elizabeth Shannon interviews Andrew Verity regarding sleep deprivation and sleep disorders (part 1)
22 May 2012
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How to Treat Prostate Cancer with Androgen Deprivation Therapy|hormone treatment for prostate cancer works by which action Androgen Deprivation Therapy—also known as hormone therapy—is a way of lowering certain hormones (“androgens”) in the male body to treat prostate cancer. (Surgical therapy is also an option.) Studies have shown that prostate cancer may shrink or grow at a slower pace when androgen levels are reduced. Thus, many doctors and prostate cancer patients look to androgen deprivation therapy as an important prostate cancer treatment. By learning about it and consulting your physician, you may find that undergoing androgen deprivation therapy is the right treatment for you. 1 Talk to your doctor. After your initial diagnosis of prostate cancer in previously untreated prostate cancer patients, you’ll likely schedule a series of appointments with an oncological specialist. Your doctor will evaluate your condition and circumstances and make a recommendation about potential treatments. A physician will gather detailed medical history and perform a physical exam, if they have not done so already. Your doctor will explain to you your diagnosis, prognosis, and potential treatments. Based on diagnostics, they will likely talk about your “grade” or level of prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is graded on a scale from 1 through 10, with 5 or above indicating tissue that is extremely abnormal and indicative of cancer. This is called a Gleason Score the higher the Gleason Score the more aggressive the cancer
27 Sep 2017
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Effects of sleep deprivation on your body and mind 1. Encourage weight gain. Lack of sleep at night causes individuals to feel hungry, even if they have recently eaten. It could possibly throw your whole system into an imbalanced place. 2. Interferes with the production of melatonin. This is produced during the night by the pineal gland which helps manage sleep at night. If sleep becomes interrupted its lack of production can be harmful in other places, including inhibiting the expansion of cancerous cells. 3. The immune system. Sleep is necessary to keep the production of immunities in our body at their optimum amounts. 4. Affecting mental retention. Tests have shown conclusively that lack of sleep, even four or five hours in a single night may decrease problem solving and lead you to think significantly less clearly.
7 Nov 2017
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i got about5 hrs of sleep in 2 days this is the result
4 Apr 2008
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i got about 5 hrs of sleep in 2 days this is what happend
4 Apr 2008
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Escapologist Jonathan Goodwin tests his skills by hanging upside down his with arms confined in a straight jacket and his head submerged underwater. One Way Out premieres Monday, January 26th at 9PM on Discovery Channel. *******dsc.discovery****/tv/one-way-out/about/one-way-out.html
22 Jan 2009
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19 Jan 2008
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*******www.livinglitenow**** Weight loss using hypnosis techniques will teach you how to lose weight without feeling deprived
9 Feb 2009
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