Sleep-walking has been a known phenomena for a long time, but it seems walking is not the only activity people subconsciously do when they are asleep. Statistics are also increasingly suggesting people sleep with their phones. They are also reportedly actively using them while sleeping.
Many people have difficulty falling asleep at night. Why is it so many people have trouble sleeping? Part of the problem may be the bedroom. A bedroom should be a safe haven, some place where you can get a good night's sleep. With some modifications, you can redesign your bedroom to make it ideal for sleep.
Sleep is an important part of everyone's daily routine and an essential part of healthy living. Everyone needs enough shut eye in order to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Not to mention deprivation of daily slumber can eventually lead to other health problems. Despite the known benefits of getting enough, a large number of people fail to allow themselves the time to get a good night's rest.
If you're in the predicament of trying to sleep around someone who snores, you know first-hand how frustrating it can actually become. Whether it's a dorm room roommate, or a significant other, many are such light sleepers that it will adversely affect their sleep. Within this article is five simple steps to help reduce the impact snoring has on a relationship, or friendship.
By the end of the day, I can't help but feel exhausted, but the evening is my downtime and I refuse to let it go without a fight. As it turns out, though, my "me time" could be doing more harm than good. That's because a lack of sleep can result in many unfortunate consequences far beyond the typical groggy feeling. If you find yourself struggling to get out of bed in the morning and can't make it throughout your day without a few extra cups of coffee, then you, too, may need more sleep -- for everyone's sake.
Quality sleep can be transformative. Although it is seldom appreciated, quality sleep is required for physical recovery, memory consolidation, and for peak cognitive function. Although sleep requirements differ from person to person, the following sleep tips can improve one's ability to fall asleep and to get more restful sleep...
One may be here because they seek answers on "how to sleep better". Currently, it might take several minutes even hours before it is possible to get some shut-eye. One may find themselves laying in bed attempting to doze-off, but the brain keeps active and prohibits them from enjoying...
It is said that approximately one-third of our lives are spent sleeping. With sleep being such an integral part of our lives, it is surprising and common that we usually don't get enough of it. Getting a good sleep means getting a full night of...
Scientists have found a treasure trove of dinosaur footprints near the Arctic Circle, proving that these magnificent creatures were abundant even in the coldest climates.
Every animal and human being has a circadian rhythm ('around Day' in Latin) that controls our body clock. This body clock is adjusted to the local environment by external stimuli such as daylight, external light and eating a meal. All humans have their own body clock that keeps track of day and night and secretes hormones to prepare us for a good night sleep.
The average person spends about eight hours of the day sleeping. That equals out to 33% percent of the day. The rest of the day is split between family, friends, and work. Don't you wish you could just have some time to yourself? Maybe you wish there were more hours in a day so you could play video games, read a book, or maybe work on all those article ideas you have been meaning to write? What if I told you that with the uberman sleep schedule you could reduce that 33% of sleep time to 8% and still feel alert?