Sleep

Sleep Deprivation Could Be Ruining Your Health Without You Being Aware of

Why is Sleep Deprivation so Dangerous? Although many don’t believe it, sleep deprivation can actually harm you in ways you couldn’t imagine. Sleep is incredibly important for our mental and physical health. It helps our body and mind restore themselves and of course, fills our batteries up. As many important processes take part while we’re …

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Try This Two Minute Foot Massage Which Claims To Guarantee A Good Night’s Sleep

by Jade Small I don’t know about you, but I really despise anyone touching my feet! That said, after learning what Reflexologist Michele Stevens has to say about this technique, I may have to bite the bullet and try her two minute foot massage, which she claims will help you get a good night’s sleep …

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12 Plants For Your Bedroom That Will Improve Sleep Quality And Treat Insomnia

Having a sleepless night decreases the quality of our life: we’re less productive, we have less energy and more mood swings and our health starts to deteriorate. Lack of sleep mostly appears because of bad quality of the air inside, mold, pollution, stress, anxiety etc. There are some indoor pollutants that affect our health …

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Science Confirms That Women Really Need Their Beauty Sleep

As you’re surely aware, sleeping is one of the most important aspects of our wellbeing. While we sleep, all the tissues and organs in our body heal and regenerate, and there are important biological reactions taking place as well. Our cells are restored and many compounds get synthesized which helps us wake up re-energized and …

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Sleep promoting neurons also tied to regulating body temperature — ScienceDaily

Two decades ago, Clifford B. Saper, MD/PhD, Chairman of the Department of Neurology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC), and colleagues discovered a set of nerve cells they thought might be the switch that turns the brain off, allowing it to sleep. In a new study published in Nature Communications today, Saper and colleagues …

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