Brain Injury and Sleep Disorders

Those of us with traumatic brain injuries (TBI) know how important sleep is for recovery from the injury. Sleeping plays a big part in helping our brains heal after a traumatic brain event. The more quality sleep, the better and faster the brain can heal. Continuous learning about sleep facts, sleep disorders, and sleep hygiene (more…)

A Short Rest is Always Good

A simple, but powerful proverb, especially this time of year!  Interested in getting the best rest possible? Click here for our Sleep 101 guide.  BEST loves sharing … Facebook0TwitterPinterest0tumblr0Linkedin0Reddit0Email0

Sleep Matters

Sleep is an essential for everyone. Here’s why sleep is important: Sleep allows your body and mind to recharge and refresh. Sleep allows your body to remain healthy. Sleep helps prevent disease. Without enough sleep, our brains cannot function properly. That’s why the best quality of sleep possible is critical for those with brain injury. (more…)

Sleep Matters

Sleep is an essential for everyone. Here’s why sleep is important: Sleep allows your body and mind to recharge and refresh. Sleep allows your body to remain healthy. Sleep helps prevent disease. Without enough sleep, our brains cannot function properly. That’s why the best quality of sleep possible is critical for those with brain injury. (more…)

Sleep 101

Sleep is an essential for everyone. Here’s why sleep is important: Sleep allows your body and mind to recharge and refresh. Sleep allows your body to remain healthy. Sleep helps prevent disease. Without enough sleep, our brains cannot function properly. That’s why the best quality of sleep possible is critical for those with brain injury. (more…)

On Sleep

(Editor’s Note: Sleep is critical to our health and well-being to every human being. Writer, BEST guest blog contributor and stroke survivor, Isaac Peterson, explores all things sleep in his latest article. KT)   Having a traumatic brain injury (TBI) sure is a real grab bag full of goodies and surprises, isn’t it? But none (more…)