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Are you able to fall asleep fast but not stay asleep and keep waking up during various parts of the night? Buzz60’s Mercer Morrison has more.
Follow these sleep shift suggestions for your sleep schedule. Buzz60’s Chloe Hurst has the story!
Through hygge, the bedroom can be a place where you can retreat to relax and enjoy a comfortable, restful night’s sleep. You may even create a space so inviting you want to read, nap, meditate or simply escape from the workday in your bedroom. Of course, breakfast in bed and sleeping in are very in line with a hygge lifestyle. Avoid putting a TV or other screen in the bedroom if you can.
A new study has found that taking a nap in the afternoon might boost a person’s mental agility. Researchers in China found that an afternoon n…
I’ve twisted myself into a yoga pretzel on Zoom. I’ve downloaded the meditation apps. I’ve watched koala bear naps on the San Diego Zoo’s koala cam. (OMG, the baby.) All of it has helped soothe my simmering coronanxiety to some degree, though none quite as much as streaming a film festival’s worth of disaster flicks and diving into a pile of snacks.
LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. (AP) — Taco Bell wasn't open on Christmas Day but a burglar in Georgia decided he wanted a festive feast anyway — and to take a nap while he was at it.
I love napping. Now, here’s the quandary. When I decide to take my mid-afternoon nap I feel slothful. Yet after I take the nap I feel energized.
Called sleep inertia, it happens when you suddenly snap out of REM sleep — a deeper stage of sleep where you dream and your body repairs itself. During that sleep cycle your body is flooded with high levels of melatonin, the body's sleep hormone. Waking with a body packed full of a sleep aid causes disorientation and shaky sensory-motor performance that typically lasts about 30 minutes to an hour.
Now that you're woke, so to speak, to the dangers of a sleep-slogged brain, let's see what science tells us we can do about it.
Ever laid down for a quick 45-minute nap, only to wake up hours later wondering what day it is?
Napping — as a kid you hated it, but as an adult you sometimes long for it. Now, research says you should do it.
You'll get an amazing night's sleep on a Leesa mattress, but it's their pillows you'll dream about.
Almost casually, Robin Lopez boasted. "I possess the unique ability to slip into a coma at any moment's notice," the Bulls center said. What a tranquil talent. What a placid power. The Bulls will conclude a five-game, 11-day trip Thursday in Denver. They're back on Mountain time after two separate jaunts to the Pacific time zone. Their days are filled with breakfast meetings, film study, ...