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Have you ever wondered why you sleep soundly, and your OH will wake you up with incoherent chatter throughout the night? Or perhaps you’re the sleep talker, and you just want to know if there’s ever any sense in the random things your mouth blurts out when sleep talking?
Doze Off With These Sleep Tips!
We all know that a hot, milky drink and a warm bath are supposed to relax you before bed, but many of us still can’t sleep.
Ten million prescriptions for sleeping pills are written every year in England alone and a survey by Crampex has found that 86% of us suffer from sleep disturbance.
But you can trick yourself to sleep by trying these expert natural tips:
Time is money — even, as it turns out, time you spend sleeping.
Researchers at the University of California, San Diego, found that getting an extra hour of shut-eye each night correlated to a 16% increase in pay. That’s quite a nice tradeoff, given that all you have to do to get it is be unconscious.
Without sleep, your health — both mental and physical — as well as your ability to focus seriously suffers. And let’s be honest, without an adequate amount of rest, none of us are fun to be around.
There are a few tried and true ways to get a better night’s sleep, such as not consuming caffeine after a certain hour or keeping your devices out of your bedroom. But there are also factors that you wouldn’t expect to be sapping valuable hours of shut eye. Read on for some of the most stealthy sleep saboteurs.
When you check into a hotel room or stay with a friend, is your first night of sleep disturbed? Do you toss and turn, mind strangely alert, unable to shut down in the usual way? If so, you’re in good company.
CPAP America was recently featured on Truck-Drivers-Money-Saving-Tips.com to discuss how sleep labs, insurance companies, and hospitals are holding commercial drivers hostage to unreasonable pricing tactics, and what you can do about it.
In the wake of the deadly crash that severely injured comedian Tracy Morgan and killed his friend, James “Jimmy Mack” McNair, the issue of trucker fatigue has once again been brought to the national forefront. Continue reading