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Why you might reconsider your sleep schedule

Why you might reconsider your sleep schedule

Scientists specializing in studying human sleeping habits may have found a link between sleep schedules and obesity, states a report from WebMD and other news outlets. Specifically, the scientists at the University of Munich’s Institute of Psychology have coined a term called “social jet lag” which refers to the incongruity between your sleep schedule during the week and the weekend. …

Sleepwalking or Somnambulism: Half Awake, Half Asleep

Sleepwalking or Somnambulism: Half Awake, Half Asleep

About 1/3 of our lives is lost in an incompletely understood mystery called sleep. There is no limit to the most complex organ of human body called brain that often fails to understand phenomena generated by itself. I had posted about Sleep paralysis a long back, and the topic of today’s discussion seems to be an exactly opposite phenomenon.
“Silently the …

Sleep Paralysis: Medical Explanation

Sleep Paralysis: Medical Explanation

“I couldn’t move and I could continuously hear a disorienting buzzing sound in the room but I could not turn to look at it because I couldn’t move, I struggled, I couldn’t cry for help and I could sense a weight on my chest like someone was sitting on it. It was like being awake in a nightmare and I …

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