sleep deprivation

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Our everyday performance, energy levels, and mood mainly depend on the quality and durability of the night’s sleep. While sleep is essential for the functioning of the human body, quality, and regular sleep is essential for optimal health. Living in a world lightened up by so many lights, driven by

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Your hormones, state of mind, mood, memory, ability to concentrate, make decisions, immune system, and – this goes without saying – your energy levels. According to Harvard Health, the appropriate quantity and quality of sleep you get has an influence on nearly every element of your health. Sleep is also

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When you don’t get enough sleep, how do you feel? If you’re like most people, sleepiness makes you feel grouchy, irritable, prone to anxiety, and easily frustrated. Even when you’re normally even-tempered, not getting enough sleep can turn you into someone rather unpleasant to be around.  The same goes for

Daytime Nap

A new study has found that occasional daytime napping is good for your longevity. Naps taken twice a week (only) could lower the risk of heart attacks or strokes. But beware the weekend nap and taking a daytime nap every day. Dozing off too often may not be as healthy

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Most people suffer from sleep deprivation at some point in their lives; maybe you’ve got a presentation or work interview coming up, and you’re a little stressed out, or maybe you are feeling unwell. Many things can cause you to lose an hour’s sleep every so often. It becomes a

sleep quality [longevity live]

Sleep quality is vital to maintaining a healthy and happy weight. Somehow sleep gets thrown aside for more ‘important’ tasks because we underestimate its purpose and value.  More importantly, when you’re trying to lose weight it could be the game changer. Whilst you’re aware of the things you need to

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Sleep and exercises are both vital to creating a healthy and happy lifestyle. In fact, they’re both necessities that any human should never live without. However, sometimes there are situations that arise making it difficult to choose the one that’s better for you. If you’re highly active then sleep is

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In the 1953 Disney short How to Sleep, the ­ floppy-eared Goofy warned that people were finding it difficult to get enough shuteye because of “today’s mad pace”! Now, more than 60 years later, those seem pretty peaceful times – no computers, smartphones or 1000-station HDTVs. And our sleep crisis

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Sleep is the golden chain that ties health and our bodies together. This is undeniably true. It is also the reason why the modern day trend of poor quality sleep is a massive concern. Studies show that one of the keys to getting good sleep lies in how your environment

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Everyone loves that feeling of a refreshed and clear mind after a good night’s sleep. Sleep plays a major role in our neurological health, such as cognitive function and memory. Sleep also plays an important role in hormonal health, such as weight balance, stress management and libido, but why would