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Don’t forget to do something about your snoring..

While I'm the first to bemoan the impacts of my husband's snoring on my sleep, I am also aware that snoring is a health risk for those predisposed to the condition. Recent research from the NYU Langone Medical Center has found that heavy snoring may be linked to memory loss and cognitive decline.  Unfortunately, these findings follow on from a growing list of risks associated with snoring - … [Read More...]

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A Ubiquitous Dilemma…

Just a quick one. I had to smile when I was alerted to this great forum discussion about separate sleeping. There are many forum discussions that take place on the topic, but they do tend to be on forums about relationships, or mums and kids. However, the Texas Fishing Forum has an 'Off Topic' … [Read More...]

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Sleep-Life Balance

The concept of work-life balance is a ubiquitous ideal for many. The philosophy began in the 70s, gained momentum in the 80s, worked its way into our professional vernacular, and fuelled many a professional learning opportunity for employers and employees. However, we have all moved on from the … [Read More...]

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The Space Between

Famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright noted that "the space within becomes the reality of the building". I think it's the same with relationships. Togetherness - likes walls, floors, ceilings and frames - identifies your 'coupleness', but it's space that gives form and function, and reality. I have … [Read More...]

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Want more sex??

Get more sleep. Pardon the simplicity, but it's true. The Journal of Sexual Medicine has published a study that show's there's a direct relationship between how much sleep you have and your sexual desire the next day. I have been asked a gazillion times (or just a few times less) about … [Read More...]

While I’m the first to bemoan the impacts of my husband’s snoring on my sleep, I am also aware that snoring is a health risk for those predisposed to the condition. Recent research from the NYU Langone Medical Center has found that heavy snoring may be linked to memory loss and cognitive decline.  Unfortunately, these […]