A surprisingly common phenomenon nowadays is awakening at 3 o’clock at night or even later this hour. Although some people think that this phenomenon has mystical or supernatural causes, it is actually a problem related to sleep or anxiety disorders. But the awakening at 3 o’clock is a phenomenon that needs to be explained in […]
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Rita Thomson, a banker, spent sleepless nights many a times due to her husband John’s habit of talking in his sleep. John would blabber about his day and even touch upon some of their conversations. While this was an innocent case of talking in sleep, it did have an effect on her health and even […]
Many things in our lives are linked to a very enjoyable activity, which we all need – sleep. In order to better understand the peculiarities of this habit, we must enter the world of Matthew Walker, director of the Center for Human Sleep Science at the University of California, Berkeley. More specifically, Matt works in […]
After a long, hard day at work, the one thing that most of us look forward to is a long, good night’s sleep. Lack of sleep for even a day leaves us feeling irritable and groggy eyed the next morning. When sleepy, one even tends to forget hunger, anger and thirst. The sight of a […]
How long do you sleep? Do you have any sleeping disorder/problems? What sleep positions do you assume mostly? Bonus: Sleep position gives personality clue:
What happens when you don’t sleep? And why do we need to do it anyways? Hank explains the science of sleep: the cause, the benefits, and who holds the record for going without it!
Everybody knows that without Sleep, we get cranky, a bit loopy, and then we die. Unfortunately, science has been a little ignorant about it; though we understood the negative effects associated with lack of sleep, no one really knew why those things happened. Now, we’re finally getting some insight into what sleep does for our […]