Waking up suddenly (hypnic jerk) damages our brain and entire body in more ways than you can imagine. When one experiences lack of sufficient sleep, not only do we feel more exhausted, we are severely hurting out brain.
Quality and serene sleep is among the main requirements for good health and if it's difficult for you to fall asleep at night or you don't feel rested in the morning, read on about which tips to follow.
Find humor and positivity in your daily life. When things aren't going well, try to see it as a valuable lesson that'll help you in the future.
Although the human brain has a vast capacity for storing information, some of our memories are discarded when we sleep, say researchers from Cambridge University after a new study.
Have you ever been traveling but no matter how tired you were at the end of the day you stood wide awake all night just because you were somewhere new? According to researchers this is a common occurrence and there is a specific reason for it.
According to the study published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology, spending 5 min. before bed writing down your tasks for the next day could be all you need to fall asleep faster.
Thick blankets have an effect similar to a cocoon and a parent's hug, which may improve your sleep quality and relieve anxiety disorders, shows a new study from MIT.
Our internal clock uses every method possible to try and notify us of any physical and spiritual problems. And when we deny our problems with our consciousness, our body uses the subconscious.
We need sleep. When we sleep, we restart our bodies, rest and wake up ready for the next day. And when we close our eyes, dreams soon follow. Everyone dreams, although not everyone remembers what they see in those dreams.
There are 2 effective and proven ways which can help you fall asleep again. Find out what they are below and try them out if you find yourself constantly waking up at night and unable to fall back asleep for hours on end.