If you’re one of those people who has trouble falling asleep, listen up. You might fall asleep 15 minutes earlier and wake up far less during the night if you put on a pair of socks at bedtime. It turns out that the temperature difference between the surface skin of your extremities and your abdomen (known by sleep geeks as the distal-proximal … Continue reading Why socks help you sleep better
What makes sleep so essential for our wellbeing comes down to three main things: to save our energy, to help our cells recover, and to help us process and understand our environment. In order to get a healthy eight hours of sleep, which is the amount that many people need, you need to be in bed … Continue reading Why eight hours a night isn’t enough, according to a leading sleep scientist
In the largest ever study of its kind, researchers decided to explore the connection between an interrupted circadian rhythm and the development of mood disorders. Their verdict: experiencing an insufficient amount of sleep can have an extremely detrimental impact on both your mental and physical health.
Leading neuroscientist Matthew Walker on why sleep deprivation is increasing our risk of cancer, heart attack and Alzheimer’s – and what you can do about it.
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