The snooze button does tend to get a bad rap. People who use it are often branded as lazy and undisciplined and many people believe that getting those additional ten minutes every morning can seriously wreck your circadian rhythm.
Scientists say an hour sleep after lunch can help the brain perform like it was five years younger
The demand for more sleep translates into a demand for less work. This means shorter work hours and more free time which will lead to healthier lifestyles, says David Spencer
More than one third of the UK population regularly gets less than six hours of sleep a night
Sleeping separately could be better for your health
Study backs up previous research suggesting smartphone use disrupts sleep
Those few extra minutes could actually do more harm than good
Look up habits of successful people, and one thing comes up over and over: Successful people tend to wake up early.
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Lie awake and you could be playing havoc with your amygdala
There’s something soporific about a television chattering away in the background, mug of tea getting cold on the nightstand and remote control sliding out of your hand as you drift off.
For the most part, the business world is set up to accommodate early birds.
I am, as you probably are too, a sucker for "daily routine" stories.
Swedish researchers claim changing sleeps patterns can cause more damage than good
The condition rarely shows any symptoms, but can cause heart attacks