Men say sleep deficit caused by excessive working hours, and women by housework, according to new survey
Your preferred night-time pose could be damaging your health
Sleeping separately could be better for your health
Study backs up previous research suggesting smartphone use disrupts sleep
After a long, rough day, nothing sounds quite as appealing as crawling into a soft, warm, bed — and sleeping.
Paul Maria Schneggenburger has always been fascinated with sleep."It’s an unconscious state of mind where scientists still haven’t really figured out yet what’s going on," he says.
All you need is a spoon and a metal tray
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An hour of sleep missed here or there may seem insignificant, but it can have a major impact explains psychology exert Jakke Tamminen
Unable to fall asleep on a Sunday night? This could be the reason why
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.
'Having responsive partners who would be available to protect and comfort us should things go wrong is the most effective way for us humans to reduce anxiety'
'We used to think of light and darkness as harmless'
Previous research has suggested women need more sleep as their brains are 'more complex' than men's
Both women had been looking at their phones with one eye, while the other was covered by a pillow