Sleep

Sleep is a physiological behavior that is common in all animal species. It forms around one third of a human life. It is not known clearly the exact functions of sleep but it seems to be essential for survival as prolonged sleep deprivation leads to severe physical impairment followed by cognitive loss and eventually death. Hypnopedia helps to sleep better, fall asleep and wake up without problem

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Everything you wanted to know about sleep in questions and answers
Sleep is one of the most interesting human conditions. It is not a passive state as many people think. Today we will tell you more about the phenomena that concern sleep.
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What is obstructive sleep apnea and is it possible to cure it?
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is not just snoring and shortness of breath, it is a serious nervous system disorder. What are the signs of sleep apnea and are there proven methods to relieve the symptoms of this dangerous syndrome?
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Why am I so sleepy: reasons and solutions
Constant sleepiness can be caused by a number of reasons - from malnutrition to serious diseases of internal organs. Each case needs to be considered individually, but there are general guidelines for you if you often complain “all I do is sleep!”
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How to increase deep sleep and why you need it
People who suffer from sleep disorders often wonder how to get deep sleep naturally. Today we will tell you why this stage of sleep is so important for a good rest and whether it can somehow be extended.
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Why we sleep and what is happening in our body at night
Almost a third of our life do we spend sleeping. Rest is a very important component of a successful life, and a lack of it even for several days can seriously affect human health. Why do we need to sleep and to which extent?
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Non-invasive neurotechnology can help treat the symptoms of insomnia — WFBH
People with chronic insomnia constantly suffer from lack of sleep. Researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Health believe that the symptoms of insomnia can be alleviated by “listening” to our own brainwaves. The approach implies using closed-loop acoustic stimulation neurotechnology.
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