If you live to the age of 90, you will have spent 30 years of it sleeping. So why is sleep so important? Watch this short video to find out why. 00 Be the 1st to vote.
So far as we know, the earliest pillows date back over 9,000 years to Mesopotamia, or modern day Iraq. Formed from stone, the top was carved in a half-moon shape to support the neck. The idea obviously wasn’t comfort, at least not immediate comfort. The basic function of the pillow was to keep the head
New research coming out of the University of Pittsburgh is showing that people with asthma also suffer from sleep disorders. Researchers found that the co-relation between asthma and insomnia also is associated with poorer asthma control, depression, anxiety, and other issues that affect health and quality of life. The data is based on 714 participants in the a
Aromatherapy, many are treated with it, and many are practitioners of it. The question is will you fall asleep with the use of it. There are many supporters of it who will tell you yes, as well as many detractors who will tell you no way. Who is right? According to Dr. Edzard Ernst, former chair
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Psychiatrist C.G. Jung defined introversion as a basic way of being-in-the-world which is the polar opposite to extroversion. Introversion involves the inward movement of libidinal or life energy and a valuation, preference for and focus on interior over exterior reality. Sleep is the primal form of introversion, a state in which we temporarily but regularly withdraw
In recent years, there has been a rapid increase in sleep disorders in Japan. Whether it is due to aging or stress, 1 in 5 people have some type of sleep disorder. I am one of those people. This problem really began in my thirties. When I was a student I thought I could sleep
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Every night when my wife comes to bed so does our beloved dog. She will jump under the covers next to my wife while my wife is reading. When the lights go out she jumps out of our bed and curls up in her own bed. It is comforting to have her with us and frankly
What if by exercising in the morning you could get a great nights sleep. Would you be willing to do it? Research is showing that regular morning exercise, in the great outdoors, overall improves sleep rhythms, and helps the body secrete the hormone melatonin which induces sleep at night. According to researcher Sofie Laage-Christiansen from Aarhus University