Emma Sullivan

Emma is a content writer and sleep enthusiast, who enjoys naps almost as much as her cats do. When she isn't writing, she likes to travel with her hubby, and practice yoga with her cats.

Workaholism Sleep

Workaholism: All Work and No Sleep Leads to Insomnia

There is a direct correlation between excessive work and sleep problems. Insomnia and other sleep disorders cause workplace absenteeism and reduced productivity, but the flip side of that coin is that too much work causes poor quality sleep. Night...

Why Does Epilepsy Affect Sleep?

Why Does Epilepsy Affect Sleep?

As the fourth most common neurological disorder, epilepsy affects 3 million Americans. Epilepsy begins in the brain, the same part of your body that controls your sleep. In addition to frequent seizures, people with epilepsy often experience...

Bipolar Disorder and Sleep

Bipolar Disorder and Sleep – The Ultimate Guide

Extreme highs, extreme lows, and sleep disorders that go with it are typical for more than 3 million Americans dealing with bipolar disorder. Unfortunately, poor sleep quality makes it difficult to deal with the symptoms of bipolar disorder, and in...

18-Month Sleep Regression

Understanding 18-Month Sleep Regression in Babies

Most new parents expect to get less sleep than usual during their child’s first few months—or even year—of life. After all, babies wake up during the night for a number of reasons: a need to eat or get a new diaper, a shift in sleep habits, or...

12-Month Sleep Regression

Understanding 12-Month Sleep Regression in Babies

TYour child’s first year of life can feel like a complete blur. It’s filled with joyful milestones and firsts as well as its fair share of challenges and sleepless nights. By the time your child turns one, you generally expect to be on a more...