There are plenty of sleep inducing foods that you can include to your diet and catch up on your sleep
There are a string of beverages that you can have at bedtime, which can induce sleep in an equally effective way
According to a recent study published in the Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, a strong link was found between working memory and factors like sleep, age and mood.
Stock up on these sleep-promoting foods in your pantry and earn rewards of up to 20%.
According to researchers from University of South Florida (USF), losing our sleep for just 16 minutes during working days can greatly affect your performance at the workplace.
The researchers of the study warns that teenage girls who prefer to go to bed late are at greater risk of weight gain, compared to same-age girls who go to bed earlier.
A group of researchers busted about 20 common myths around sleeping and made some startling revelations.
People who sleep less than seven hours each night are at higher risk of developing cardiovascular diseases (CVD) and coronary heart disease, warn researchers. Read on.
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