Two New Sleep Studies Show Damage from Lack of Sleep and Mindfulness Training as a Solution

Insomnia and Disrupted Sleep

Two new studies out recently provide insight into the importance of sleep for mental health and how the practice of mindfulness training provides an alternative approach to treating insomnia. A study from Annals of Behavioral Medicine shows that it takes only three consecutive nights of sleep loss to cause one’sRead

Air Pollutants Increase Risk for Dysmenorrhea

Dysmenorrhea

Dysmenorrhea presents frequent severe and painful cramps during menstruation from abnormal contractions of the uterus for up to 16-91% of girls and women of reproductive age, of whom 2%-29% have symptoms severe enough to restrict their daily activity. Air pollution may be a risk factor, according to researchers from ChinaRead