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    ONE of the most exhausting things new parents deal with is the struggle to get their babies to sleep. If your baby won’t fall asleep in a timely manner, it likely means you won’t be getting any sleep either. 2Mama Claire on TikTok talks about how she's able to get her baby to sleep for six-hour stretches regularlyCredit: TikTok/mamaclaire00 A TikToker named Mama Claire posted a video revealing how she successfully gets her little one to fall asleep. The on-screen text block on her video says: "How I got my five-week-old to sleep six-hour stretches." Claire starts by saying: “Let’s talk about getting your newborn on a schedule." She continues: “I know a lot of people think you can’t really put a newborn on a schedule — but what you can do is track their patterns and habits.” She then explains that she uses an app called Huckleberry that was created to help parents keep up with the behaviors of their infants. Read More About ParentingMOM'S THE WORD Mum hailed a genius after sharing a baking soda hack for a...
    PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. (CBS4) – Next week, the crews working at NORAD will be getting ready for Christmas Eve when Santa and his reindeer will take to the skies. Every year since 1955, the North American Aerospace Defense Command Center in Colorado Springs, tracks Santa’s journey beginning Christmas Eve morning. (credit: NORAD) What began as an accident 65 years ago when a kid called NORAD asking to talk to Santa, has now become a holiday tradition. Using radar and satellites, they track Santa’s Christmas Eve flight. This year, experts at NORAD are answering questions from children about Santa’s trip around the world. (credit: NORAD) “What if Santa actually comes when you are awake?” asked one child. “No, you don’t need to be asleep but maybe you don’t need presents this year. You have to go to sleep definitely or else it won’t be a surprise,” said one expert. (credit: NORAD) You can track Santa at noradsanta.org or follow NORAD on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Instagram for updates.
    Turia Pitt has revealed exactly what she does every night before bedtime to help her get a good night's sleep ahead of a busy day. The 34-year-old, who lives with her family in Ulladulla, a coastal town in New South Wales, shared her 'lengthy' bedtime ritual and morning routine with Bed Threads. After suffering excruciating burns to 65 per cent of her body after she was caught in a blazing grassfire during an ultramarathon in the Kimberley Region of Western Australia in September 2011, Ms Pitt said she struggled to fall asleep. Turia Pitt (pictured with her now-one-year-old Rahiti) has revealed exactly what she does every night before bedtime to help her get a good night's sleep after a busy day The mum-of-two said she always avoids looking at her phone and computer before bedtime Turia's bedtime ritual 1. Avoid screens before bed 2. Skincare regime at 7pm 3. Get into bed with a book one hour before sleep 4. Do deep breathing meditation 5. Read a book in the loungeroom if restless during the night 'I relied on sleeping tablets heavily. So...
    The number of obese children in Illinois has stabilized, but half of today’s 8-year olds are still on track to become obese by the year 2030. “I’m very concerned,” Dr. Amy Christison, a pediatrician and obesity specialist, said. “We have finally reached the generation of children that will not live longer than their parents,” she said. Overweight children are much more likely to develop life-shortening conditions such as diabetes, heart disease and hypertension, she said. Those conditions also impair the quality of a person’s life – something no parent wants for their child. So what should a parent do if their 5-year-old is heavier than average? “I tell parents that both of us want the child to be strong and healthy for the rest of their life. This is such a great opportunity because we can change what the future looks like for that 5-year old by working on healthy habits,” Christison said. Putting the child on a diet is not the answer, Christison stated. “It is very complicated and there is not one answer or another,” she said. “I...
    BRITS are a nation of tracking fanatics - keeping tabs on everything from sleep and steps - to sex. The study of 2,000 adults found 68 per cent of Brits now track their health and wellbeing habits on a daily basis. Read all the latest Phones & Gadgets news Keep up-to-date on Apple stories Get the latest on Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram 2An Apple Watch is one of the more popular ways to track health dataCredit: Apple While 51 per cent keep a log of how many steps they take a day, 30 per cent do so with their heart rate and more than a quarter also track their sleep. Distance they’ve covered, calories they’ve burned and getting a better night’s sleep were all things Brits have wanted to achieve as a result of keeping tabs on themselves. Were they able to, respondents would also like to track their body temperature, a breakdown of what they’ve achieved and also the time they’ve...
    Stress, consuming too much alcohol or caffeine and hormonal changes are major factors in people waking up at the same time every night, a health expert has revealed. GO Healthy naturopath Inge Verstraeten told Bed Threads the process of waking up and being unable to fall back asleep is called 'sleep maintenance insomnia'. While this is a common for many individuals, simple lifestyle changes or health checks can be the key to getting good night's sleep without interruption.  It's best to consult a doctor or GP if sleep disruptions are ongoing.  GO Healthy naturopath Inge Verstraeten told Australian lifestyle company Bed Threads the process of waking up and being unable to fall asleep is called 'sleep maintenance insomnia' Stress Feeling stressed is one of the most common reason sleep maintenance insomnia occurs and, in some cases, can lead to a full sleep disorder. Inge said when feeling stressed the body's nervous system is active and produces hormones that keep you awake. 'If you are already on the brink of waking up, this rise in stress hormones may just be...
    Nest Hub 2 with Sleep SensingGoogle Google on Tuesday unveiled the second-generation Nest Hub, a smart display and speaker that can track your sleep using a built-in radar sensor. It launches on March 30 for $99 but customers can order it beginning Tuesday. This is the latest way Google is trying to make its smart home hub stand out from similar devices sold by Amazon and Facebook, and it's the first to offer sleep tracking. The second-generation Nest Hub looks similar to the first model, which first launched in 2018. It has a 7-inch screen that you can use to watch streaming video services, check the weather, get alerts, turn on the lights and more. The newer model also has better speakers that offer 50% more bass than the first model. But the real new trick is that radar sensor. Zoom In IconArrows pointing outwardsSecond-generation Nest Hub with Sleep SensingGoogleUsers can set the new Nest Hub near where they sleep, like on a bedside table, and it will guide them through a setup process for "Sleep Sensing," which helps line...
    Apple announces new app for health studies.Suorce: Apple Apple's main selling point for the Apple Watch is tracking your health, including activity, sleep and certain medical conditions. But it's not the only Apple product that can help you get in shape and stay healthy. The humble iPhone has plenty of health-tracking features as well. You might already know that you can track your steps, for example. But the Health app built-into your iPhone can do a lot more, like tracking how long you practice mindfulness through third-party apps, determining how long you spent in bed, your walking speed and more. Here are some examples of how the iPhone can help you get healthy:Step trackingTrack your steps on iPhoneAppleThe Health app can automatically track the number of steps you take in a day. It can also track the number of stairs climbed and total distance you've traveled.To do that: Open Settings on your iPhone. Tap Privacy. Tap Motion & Fitness. Turn on "Fitness Tracking." View your steps and other metrics: Open Health. Tap "Browse" on the bottom-right.Choose "Activity." MindfulnessApple Health on...
    Earlier this week, we reported that Google could be working on an updated Nest Hub that had Soli technology, and a report from 9to5Google now suggests that it could be for something unexpected: sleep tracking. If you aren’t familiar, Soli is Google’s radar technology used to detect gestures and human presence. It was first introduced in the Pixel 4 (which was discontinued in August), and while it isn’t in any of Google’s current Pixel devices, it’s now showing up in smart home devices, like the Nest Thermostat. So there is precedent for Google including the tech in its smart home devices. And the Nest Hub already looks a bit like an alarm clock, and because it doesn’t have a camera built-in, it may be more accepted into the bedroom for sleep tracking. But I still have a couple of questions about how it might work. There are a lot of ways having motion controls in an alarm clock makes sense. As almost every sleep aid commercial points out, we all sleep differently. So far, Soli has been pretty short...
    The team trained their creation’s neural network and tested its accuracy by gathering 200 hours of sleep data from 26 subjects who had to wear sensors on their chest and belly in the beginning. They said that after training the device on a week’s worth of data, it predicted the subject’s correct body posture 94 percent of the time. In the future, BodyCompass could be paired with other devices to prod sleepers to change positions, such as smart mattresses. When that happens, the device could alert people with epilepsy if they’ve taken a potentially fatal sleeping position, reduce sleep apnea events and notify caregivers to move immobile patients at risk of developing bedsores. It could also help everyone else get a good night’s sleep, because we definitely all need it. Team member Shichao Yue will introduce the system at the UbiComp 2020 conference on September 15th, but you can read their paper on MIT’s website (PDF).
    Why Stiller wont cut Trump scene from Zoolander Japans wholesale price fall eases in June, weak demand clouds outlook Usain Bolt, sleep-deprived dad and budding cyclist, would unretire if the man in charge called Usain Bolt isn’t doing much running these days, but he would unretire if one person asked: longtime coach Glen Mills. © Getty Images “If my coach came back and told me, let’s do this, I will, because I believe so much in my coach,” Bolt said this week in a video interview with Variety. “So I know if he says we’re going to do this, I know it’s possible. Give Glen Mills a call, and I’ll be back.” Mills coached Bolt to eight Olympic titles and world records in the 100m (9.58 seconds) and 200m (19.19) before the Jamaican legend retired in 2017. Bolt has occasionally visited the track since, which may have been a mistake. “My coach gets too excited when I come to the track,” Bolt said, “so I stay away.” Bolt’s days are now spent as a father to daughter Olympia Lightning Bolt, born in...
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