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Sleep deprivation of under 2 hours makes you less positive — NTNU research
Researchers of Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) have concluded recently that reducing the duration of sleep by 1.5-2 hours for only three nights in a row lessens the number of positive feelings while negative ones remain at the same level.
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.
10 great people who slept less than five hours per day
Many famous people, especially politicians and ingenious inventors, slept very little. Partly, due to the amount of work they had, partly because they practised polyphasic sleep routine trying not to waste too much time sleeping. Today you will learn about the most outstanding practitioners of this polyphasic sleep and what they achieved thanks to it.
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.
Understanding nightmares: their meaning, causes and ways to get rid of them
For many centuries, humanity has endowed nightmares with a mystical meaning. They were considered harbingers of bad news and events, and were also associated with the intervention of otherworldly forces. How modern science explains nightmares and what recommendations it gives for getting rid of them.
Why is it so hard to wake up in winter mornings — scientists explain
Early waking up on a winter morning sometimes turns into a real struggle. For a long time, the causes of severe awakening were unclear, but scientists studied the activity of sensory neurons and neurons responsible for the sleep-wake cycles of the fruit fly (Drosophilidae), and seem to have found the answer.