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Lack of Sleep Leads to Lack of Thought Control

If you have trouble with unwanted thoughts maybe you should improve your sleep.

Researchers have discovered lack of sleep significantly affects your ability to stop unpleasant and unwanted thoughts from entering your mind.

, October 26, 2020


A Weighty Solution to the Issue of Insomnia

It seems insomnia can be reduced if you add a little weight to the problem.

Researchers in Sweden found study participants reported significantly reduced insomnia severity, better sleep maintenance, a higher daytime activity level, and reduced symptoms of fatigue, depression and anxiety when sleeping with a weighted chain blanket.

, September 28, 2020


Nomophomia Means Poor Sleep for Most College Students

A new phenomenon is causing college students to lose sleep.

Research shows many students lose sleep because of a condition called nomophomia, which is the fear of being detached from mobile phone connectivity.

, September 04, 2020


Natural Light Equals Better Sleep and Brain Power

The amount of natural light office workers see can make a difference in their lives.

A newly released study showed office workers exposed to natural light during the day slept an average of 37 additional minutes at night and scored 42 percent better on cognitive tests compared to those exposed to only artificial light.

, June 08, 2020


Inconsistent Sleep Times Could Lead to Heart Trouble

Going to sleep later than normal makes your heart beat faster.

Researchers have discovered by analyzing data from wearable technology that not having a consistent sleep time affects your resting heart rate.

, March 30, 2020


Refined Carbs Linked to Sleep Problems

Think about what you eat if you don't want to count sheep while trying to fall asleep.

A new study from Columbia University found women who consumed a diet high in refined carbohydrates and sugar were more likely to develop insomnia.

, March 16, 2020


Daytime Drowsiness Dictated by Diet

Researchers in Australia conducted a study to determine which foods make people drowsy in the afternoons.

Scientists from Flinders University found a high intake of saturated fats and carbohydrates are the reason some people are susceptible to excessive daytime sleepiness.

, November 11, 2019


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