The loss of a loved one can have a multitude of negative effects on your life. If the loss of a loved one is keeping you up at night, take a look at this list of ideas for improving your sleep. Hopefully at least one will offer some respite.
Seniors are often no strangers to sleep problems. Age brings with it changing sleep patterns that include less time spent in deep rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, leading to nighttime waking and daytime fatigue. However, the quality of your sleep depends, in part, on your personal habits and behaviors. That gives you an opportunity to...Read More
Losing a loved one can take a large toll on your emotional well-being. It’s very common to experience many challenges going through daily life activities while you’re in a period of bereavement. While some of the challenges you face may be expected and something you can prepare for, there are others which may not be...Read More
Research indicates that grief and loss can have a significant impact on sleep. Sleep is disrupted in many ways: in the struggle to fall asleep, poor sleep quality, and difficulty in staying asleep. In the case of poor sleep quality, some bereaved individuals may find they sleep more than usual and wake feeling exhausted. Staying...Read More