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No More Snooze Button: A Complete Guide To Waking Up Feeling Fantastic – Linda Geddes

Do you wake up to the sound of birdsong or an electronic ringtone? Perhaps you use a dawn simulator or an app that won’t stop beeping until you have walked at least 100 paces. It is increasingly unlikely that you groggily grope for the stop button on a traditional alarm clock. According to John Lewis, … Continue reading No More Snooze Button: A Complete Guide To Waking Up Feeling Fantastic – Linda Geddes

The Dangers of Eating Late at Night – Jamie A. Koufman

ACID REFLUX is an epidemic affecting as many as 40 percent of Americans. In addition to heartburn and indigestion, reflux symptoms may include postnasal drip, hoarseness, difficulty swallowing, chronic throat clearing, coughing and asthma. Taken together, sales of prescribed and over-the-counter anti-reflux medications exceed $13 billion per year.The number of people with acid reflux has … Continue reading The Dangers of Eating Late at Night – Jamie A. Koufman

The Scientific Argument For Waking Up Early – Leon Biss

If you want to become elite at what you do, you need to consistently get better. High performance is all about putting in more and “reps.” Doing the same workout every day won’t make you stronger or faster. Just showing up to work every day and doing your job won’t make you better at your … Continue reading The Scientific Argument For Waking Up Early – Leon Biss

The Best Foods to Eat For a Good Night’s Sleep – Sophie Medlin

Sleep has become widely recognized as playing a really important role in our overall health and wellness—alongside diet, stress management, and exercise. Recently, researchers have been learning more about how poor sleep influences our dietary choices, as well as how diet influences sleep quality. Not sleeping for long enough or poor quality sleep are associated … Continue reading The Best Foods to Eat For a Good Night’s Sleep – Sophie Medlin

Polyphasic Sleep: When Productivity Becomes Madness – Ben Mulholland

It sounds like a miracle pill or silver bullet. Polyphasic sleep. How to rest for two hours a day with no ill effects.Imagine everything you could get done with that free time! No more rushing for work deadlines, wishing you could read that book that’s been haunting your bag for a year, or trying to … Continue reading Polyphasic Sleep: When Productivity Becomes Madness – Ben Mulholland

A lack of sleep is slowly killing you | Physical and Mental Health – Exercise, Fitness and Activity

AUSTRALIANS aren’t getting nearly enough sleep each night — and it’s slowly killing us. Source: A lack of sleep is slowly killing you | Physical and Mental Health - Exercise, Fitness and Activity     Your kindly Donations would be so effective in order to fulfill our future research and endeavors - Thank you https://www.paypal.me/ahamidian

Sleep Apnoea in Chronic Kidney Disease — MEDICINE FOR ALL

Sleep apnoea can affect up to 50% of people with eGFR < 15 ml/min/1.73m2 and is a significant cause of refractory hypertension. Management: Weight reduction Avoid central nervous depressant (including alcohol) via Sleep apnoea in chronic kidney disease — MEDICINE FOR ALL Your kindly Donations would be so effective in order to fulfill our future research … Continue reading Sleep Apnoea in Chronic Kidney Disease — MEDICINE FOR ALL

Can You Catch Up on Lost Sleep On the Weekends? Here’s What Experts Think – Jamie Ducharme

Sleep experts have long preached the importance of a sleep routine. Going to bed and rising at roughly the same time every day helps to regulate circadian rhythms and improve overall sleep quality and quantity. But a new study published in the Journal of Sleep Research, offers a surprising asterisk to that advice: If you … Continue reading Can You Catch Up on Lost Sleep On the Weekends? Here’s What Experts Think – Jamie Ducharme

Researchers Found a 10 Percent Higher Risk of Early Death In Late Night Sleepers – Kristen Knutson

Do you wake up bright eyed and bushy-tailed, greeting the sunrise with cheer and vigor? Or are you up late into the night and dread the sound of your alarm clock? We call this inherent tendency to prefer certain times of day your “chronotype” (chrono means time). And it may be more than a scheduling … Continue reading Researchers Found a 10 Percent Higher Risk of Early Death In Late Night Sleepers – Kristen Knutson

Maintaining a Daily Rhythm Is Important For Mental Health,Study Suggests

The study, published Tuesday in the journal The Lancet Psychiatry, looked at disruptions in the circadian rhythms -- or daily sleep-wake cycles -- of over 91,000 adults in the United Kingdom. It measured these disruptions using a device called an accelerometer that is worn on the wrist and measures one's daily activity levels. The participants … Continue reading Maintaining a Daily Rhythm Is Important For Mental Health,Study Suggests

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