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Monthly Archives: March 2015

  • Top Reasons Why We Are So Very Tired

    If you are the kind of person who goes through their day feeling like you constantly need another cup of coffee and when your alarm goes off in the morning you want to take a sledgehammer to it, then you are definitely not alone. That feeling is known as being sleep deprived, and it is a result of not getting the seven to nine hours of sleep each night that you know you’re supposed to be getting. There are millions of people in the United States, and even more around the world, who are doing the same thing that you are doing. In fact, the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have called sleep deprivation a national epidemic, and similar statements have been made in the United Kingdom. Continue reading

  • French Scientist Create False Memories in Sleeping Mice

    A groundbreaking study on sleep, memory and the brain has just been completed by Karim Benchenane and his colleagues at the Industrial Physics and Chemistry Higher Educational Institution in Paris, France. Building on the discovery that won them a Nobel prize last year, the group has successfully created false memories into the minds of sleeping mice, spurring hopes that the same method might someday be used to assist humans who suffer from memory problems or who have lived through traumatic events. Continue reading

  • Study Shows Specific Brain Stimulation Triggers Deep Sleep

    A large part of sleep research is dedicated to finding the exact part of the brain that is most responsible for our ability to sleep deeply and restoratively. Determining exactly what that area is represents the first step in developing a targeted medication that will truly provide rest for those afflicted with a number of different sleep disorders. Now scientists from the Imperial College London believe that they have pinpointed that region in the brain in mice, and are hopeful that their research will lead to a breakthrough for human insomnia. Continue reading

  • How To Wake Up In The Morning With A Spring In Your Step

    For those of us who have to drag ourselves out of bed every morning, who eye the alarm clock with hatred and who think that putting our feet on the floor next to our bed is the first step of our daily surrender, it is hard to believe that there are people who actually love the morning. But despite our doubts, there are some who spring out of bed at the first sign of light, delighting in their morning coffee sipped while listening to chirping birds and revving themselves up with a run around the neighborhood or watching their favorite early morning show. Some have always been early birds and some have taught themselves to wake up happy, and believe it or not, you can too. Continue reading

  • Get Your Glow On By Getting A Good Night’s Sleep

    All the reports and scientific studies and articles on the need for getting a good night’s sleep might sound like just so much ‘yada yada’ … after all, not everybody is focused on getting a promotion, remembering what they’ve learned in class or living a long and healthy life. For those who are focused on the truly important things in life, in other words, how they look, it turns out that there are a good many reasons to work at getting a good night’s sleep. Studies have shown that not only does getting between seven and nine hours per night have an impact on how much you feel like eating during the course of the day, it also makes a big difference in whether or not you’re going to wake up to a view of a big breakout in the mirror, or skin that looks dull and lifeless. Continue reading

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