Have you started the day with your mind racing from a nightmare? You're not alone. I find that most of mine happen right before I wake up in the morning. Guess what? We may be sleeping too much.
According to the study in Social Psychiatry And Psychiatric Epidemiology, those sleeping more than 9 hours a night have more nightmares. Als...
You wake up in the morning and you have a song stuck in your head, what to do? New research suggests chew gum. You could be humming a tune anytime of the day, over and over again, and it’s driving you crazy, well, chew gum.
I've noticed ‘crows’ have been in the trees again by the radio station. Every year around this time thousands of crows show up in the early morning hours and then are gone by late morning.
Everyone dreams and there are a lot of triggers that make people dream differently. Science has discovered the longer you sleep, the weirder your dreams become. As the night goes on, from early to late night, dreams become more bizarre.
NASA has revealed that astronauts in space suffer from sleep deprivation. According to a 10 year study it shows astronauts get an average of only six hours of sleep a night. NASA orders crew members to get at least 8.5 hour of sleep but that’s not happening.
It has been known for a long time that men and women dream and have nightmares but Psychologists now say they have very different dreams and nightmares. A study done at the University of Montreal says men dream more about natural and environmental disasters and war, women dream more about relationship conflicts.
A new study by Duke University says women wake up grumpier than men because women need more sleep than men. The study found lack of sleep for women can lead to heart disease and depression, but the amount of sleep a person needs depends on the person, but generally women need at least 20 more minutes a day than a man does.
Since 1999, the first day after Daylight Saving Time is National Napping Day. For everyone the time change means more sunlight at the end of the day, but for some, it means they lost an hour of sleep and they need rest. If you are feeling the effects of the time change, then take a nap.
Getting an extra couple of minutes of sleep in the morning by hitting the snooze button seems like a good idea but doctors are saying, 'Don’t use the snooze.' Some people hit the snooze button 3 or 4 times in the morning giving them and ‘extra’ 15 or 20 minutes of sleep, or so they think. Sleep expert Dr. Neil Stanley explains like this; ‘If you hit the snooze button you may go back into a deep
We spend about a third of our lives sleeping, so not being good at it is a drag. And according to a new survey from the Better Sleep Council, the best way to get a good night sleep may be to ditch the person you are sleeping next to.
There’s a very strange classified ad on the website, Gumtree, where an Australian woman is looking for a man to watch her sleep. Susan from Collingwood is seeking a man to dress-up in an owl costume, sit in her bedroom and watch her sleep. She’s willing to pay someone $40 an hour to watch her nod off but if they don’t want to wear the owl costume the hourly rate is lower.