Category Archives: Sleep

How to Change Your Sleep Habits for the Better

Changing Your Lifestyle for Quality Sleep. The quality of your sleep starts with healthy habits. A predictable schedule, calming activities, and a relaxed mind are all positive influences on your body’s ability to find sleep. If you feel that falling asleep is difficult for you, some of the following tips may be helpful. Remember, don’t

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Regulating Your Sleep Temperature with the BedJet System — Does it Work?

My boyfriend and I can sometimes be polar opposites when it comes to body temperature. And there have been occasions where we switch the thermostat from warm to cool several times throughout a single day. This can cause some friction when it’s time to go to bed too! He likes it toasty and I like

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Sleep and Memory: Building Bridges

One of the worst habits people can have when trying to learn something is to cram in too much information at once. Whether it’s cramming for an important exam, learning a new language or memorizing a speech, most of us feel pressed for time and try to jam too much information into our brains. Sometimes, even

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Binaural Beats: Sleep and Meditation

Meditation is a great way to relieve stress and anxiety. Extensive studies have shown that regular practitioners of meditation can alter their brain waves and trigger the restorative properties of the parasympathetic nervous system. This has been shown to reduce recovery times from traumatic injuries. Hardcore practitioners can even undergo a trance-like state during surgeries and

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Sleep Deprivation and Messages from the Graveyard Shift

There are several things that our bodies need to keep working. Food, water, and air get much of the credit. However, something often overlooked as a basic necessity is sleep. For a monophasic sleeper, missing just one night of sleep can make you as impaired as if you were drinking alcohol. But what about the

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Disturbing Sleep Disorders That Will Keep You Up At Night (pt.5): REM Sleep Behavior Disorder

 For the most part, sleep disorders are personal problems. They are disturbing for many reasons but friends and family do not directly experience the horror that comes with sleep paralysis or night terrors. Instead, those that are close to someone with a sleep disorder sometimes suffer indirectly. A child’s night terrors will frighten an adult and

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The Polyphasic Sleep Mastery E-BOOK

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