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Bad news for night owls.
If you prefer sleeping in and snoozing your alarm, it might be time to change your habits. According to a study by researchers from the University of Colorado Boulder and the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, morning people are actually happier ...
Ready for the best sleep of your life?
The stress of living through a pandemic is no joke and we bet you've taken steps to help calm your constantly frazzled nerves and improve the quality of your nightly sleep. In case cozy pajamas, lo-fi music, and soothing scented candles just ...
Long naps aren't as good as we thought.
For college students, weekends are usually the opportunity to sleep as much as they could to make up for the all-nighters they've been pulling during weekdays (which has actually been proven to *not* be effective). Going for long naps and waking up late to have ...
If we really have to sacrifice sleep, we’ll have to choose wisely what we’re sacrificing it for.
To all our fellow all-nighters, our “isang episode na lang” squad, and everyone else who’s had to skip on sleep on weekdays thinking they can just catch up on it later, we come bearing bad news.   Unfortunately for us, it seems that ...
Maybe you shouldn't watch Netflix on your bed.
So, kumusta naman ang tulog niyo? Staying at home, for many of us, means shattered routines. Because we’re no longer following the same sequence of activities like we used to before the pandemic, our bodies may have different reactions to the sudden ...
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A lot of people are experiencing the same thing.
For two weeks after the enhanced community quarantine was implemented, I wasn't sleeping properly. I tried to stick to my usual routine so my body clock wouldn't get messed up, but even that couldn't keep me from randomly waking up at night. ...
Every minute counts!
In a research conducted by a mattress company, sleep was proven to be everyone's ultimate happy pill—provided that we get enough of it. However, the same study has shown that getting the typically recommended seven hours of sleep isn't enough.Turns out, there's ...
Plus, how to read your FB messages without being "seen," a virtual reality experience on Jose Rizal's execution, and more!
 Seen-proof your Facebook. Here are three ways to read your FB messages without being "seen." (via FemaleNetwork.com) Hey, sleep talker. Do you talk in your sleep? These are the reasons why! (via Cosmo.ph) Enrique doesn't approve. Read about what Enrique Gil has to say about Liza ...
Napping should be part of your fitness routine, according to this gym.
In the normal scheme of things, sleep usually comes before or after working out.But David Lloyd fitness clubs in the U.K. is introducing a new fitness class: a 45-minute mid-afternoon nap as a form of exercise.The ambience is spa-like. Instead of upbeat ...
According to a specialist for sleep disorders.
If sleeping was a sport, it would be our favorite Olympic event. We might even consider becoming athletes if that's the case. But alas, it isn't, and many of us even struggle getting five hours in every day. Sigh.Anyway, we already know ...
A sleep doctor lets us in on to the scientific but simple ways to catch those Zs, and how to banish sleep debt
Have you ever gone to bed, promising to sleep at 10:00pm, only to stay up the whole night binge-watching your favorite TV series? Or have you taken your school work home, propped up against a pillow, typing into your laptop into the ...
Researchers have calculated the precise calorie consumption you get when you skip sleep—and it's shocking!
If you're guilty of staying up late and occasionally skip sleep just to binge-watch your favorite K-Dramas, you're not just gaining eyebags Candy Girls, you're also gaining more fat! Did you notice that when you have less sleep, you feel hungrier the next day? ...
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