Do you often wake up with aches and pains? Is a stiff neck and back prevented you from feeling truly rested?
Does the change of seasons leave you feeling sad? Well, you are not alone.
Have you ever experienced the sensation of falling, only to awaken with a start in your bed? This bizarre phenomenon, known as hypnic jerk, is extremely common; But what is it? And why does it happen?
Do you enjoy sleeping in on Saturday mornings? Turns out that getting too much sleep, even just on the weekends, can have a detrimental effect on your health.
Is your work schedule interfering with your sleep? Working night shifts or on a rotation can quickly take a toll on both the quantity and quality of your sleep.
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Do you struggle with a sudden drop in energy and productivity in the afternoon? Have you tried to find a solution but coffee just doesn’t seem to be up to the task?
Do you check your social media one last time before heading to bed, the light of your smartphone screen shining brightly in your dark room? Or do you enjoy cozying up with your laptop at night to watch the latest episode of your favorite television series?
REM (rapid-eye-movement) sleep is arguably the most iconic of the five stages of sleep. But what makes REM sleep so unique? And why is it so crucial for our health?
Perhaps you’ve felt it: An odd tingling sensation in your head followed by a sense of deep relaxation, all brought on by the simplest of events. Getting your haircut, watching someone turn the pages of a newspaper, or the gentle tones of someone’s voice are all potential triggers for this bizarre phenomenon.