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In a first of its kind study, researchers at Tel Aviv University's School of Psychological Sciences established a causal
A new study conducted at the University of Illinois says that children who are raised by families that prioritize shut-eye
Seven hours of sleep a night and lots of reading. That seems to be the magic formula for keeping mentally alert into old
Overly worried people reestablish a sense of perspective. While it is perfectly acceptable to be a little nervous before an exam or a job interview, getting paralyzed with fear over every eventuality is not. There is only so much the mind can bear in terms of apprehension. Beyond that things start spinning out of control.
Painful conditions, including headaches, back pain or arthritis, can have a serious impact on your quality of sleep. For those between the ages of 25 and 50, one common culprit related to disrupted sleep is rheumatoid arthritis (RA), a chronic condition that causes pain, stiffness and swelling in the joints.
Whoever coined the term "sleeping like a baby" clearly had no children. It is amazing how much being sleep deprived can affect one's ability to function. You assume it will be hard but you'll manage. In reality, often times managing would be an improvement. Here are some things sleep-deprived parents feel that they don't always share.
According to a large survey, less than 1 In 10 Americans sleep in the nude. This is a sad finding considering the fantastic (and scientifically proven!) benefits we gain from ditching PJ's and slipping into our birthday suit. Check out these five surprising health benefits
Sleep well and stay slim. That's the astonishing takeaway from a U.S. study looking at sleep, metabolism and eating habits
I know some parents who can function on very little sleep and so can quite handily go to bed late and still be fine when their offspring disturb their slumber. I'm not one of them. I need sleep - the undisturbed, drool-on-the-pillow-and-wake-up-when-I'm-damn-well-ready kind. And I'm sure I don't have to tell you that I haven't had enough of that in the last four-and-a-half years.
There's a reason why you shouldn't necessarily be sleeping like a baby. According to an infographic by viral website Fogs.com