Mental health

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Is it unhealthy to fall asleep listening to music and what are the favourable alternatives
The habit of falling asleep with headphones usually appears at school. However, sometimes even adults prefer falling asleep listening to their favourite singers. Today we going to find out what is a healthier alternative to listening to your best-loved albums and what are the benefits of listening to music while sleeping.
Why you need a smart alarm clock and how to pick the one that suits you best
Smart alarm clocks are getting more and more popular among the devices for everyday use. However, there are still a lot of questions about why you need one and how they function. Furthermore, not many people know about the models present on the market and what are the pros and cons of each of them. After this review you wouldn’t have a single question left about smart alarm clocks, so let’s begin.
How to build awareness — simple advice you can implement today
Every day we are flooded with thoughts, feelings and emotions. It makes us constantly think about the future and past and often leads to the point of burnout. And at this stage, it is about time to start practising self-awareness focusing fully on “now” and accepting your inner state without disapproval.
How sleep deprivation increases the risk of mental illness
During sleep, not only the body rests, but also the brain "reboots" itself. Depriving it of a well-deserved rest can lead to serious mental disorders, so a bad mood or constant drowsiness will be the least of the problems. Today we will explain why having a full sleep is so important for our mental health and what are the consequences of a regular lack of sleep.
The brain replays the wakefulness experience during sleep — direct evidence
Our brain does not go into “standby” mode during sleep — it organizes new long-term memories. By now, scientists have received reliable evidence that the replication of the experience gained on the eve continues during rest as well. For this, microelectrodes were used, and signals were received from two volunteers as part of a clinical trial of the “brain-computer” interface, designed for people with disabilities.
How to beat insomnia. New and proven methods for restoring normal sleep
In recent months, sleep quality has worsened in many countries around the world. For the record, no more than 25% of US residents felt fresh and rested in the morning, while among the British, only 11% could boast of regular, sound sleep. Insomnia caused by Covid and other anxieties can seriously harm health, the consequences of which will affect even when pandemia is over. So how to get back to a good deep rest?