Besides troubles falling asleep, the majority of people face another problem during a full moon - strange dreams. Swedish scientists held a study last year, aiming to find patterns related to our dreams.
Results show that persons who spend all day in an office without light, sleep a whole 46 minutes less. Those who work near a window or out in the open have a better and healthier sleep and therefore a better quality of life.
The best position is sleeping on your back. This is good for preventing back and neck pains, reduces wrinkles and is beneficial for preserving the shape of your breasts.
A person's sleep is an integral part of their life and an absolute necessity. This is the way for the mind and body to relax, without having to pay for it. Lack of it is incredibly unhealthy. . .
For a healthy good night's sleep, eat food rich in magnesium and vitamin B6, since they have an effect on the central nervous system. If the levels of magnesium in the body are low, a person becomes more susceptible to stress.
Interpreting certain actions is among the most complex problems in modern science. It is curious how some reactions, perfectly natural to all of us, are actually a scientific mystery.
It turns out that many people have difficulties falling asleep. For some the problem is short-term, for just a few nights, while in others it becomes chronic. This means that the lack of quality sleep could have been ongoing for a month.
The full moon phase, which begins on the 12th of July this month, is a cause for people sleeping between 25 and 50 minutes less. This was revealed in a Swedish study, quoted in the Daily Mail.
The brain ages due to lack of sleep and those people who don't get enough sleep suffer more often from dementia, Alzheimer's and other diseases related to memory.
Nearly 9000 people participated in the study, and the results of it showed that people aged between 50 and 64 that sleep more than 7 hours a day have problems with memory and decision-making.