We all yawn. It’s an involuntary action that we think is performed because we are tired or bored. But what are the real reasons behind why we yawn? And why do we yawn after seeing others do it, or even after just reading the word “yawn”?
Posted On: 10/01/2018
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Posted On: 18/05/2017
Many of us envy those up can jump up straight out of bed in the morning full of life and energy. We cannot stand those who are 'morning people' (or larks) as we still feel sluggish and half asleep. Here's how to become a morning person - sort of.
Posted On: 23/02/2017
That time of year is nearly upon us again where the clocks will change, and yes, this is the good one where you get an extra hour in bed.
Posted On: 27/10/2016
The age old saying “the early bird gets the worm” is drilled into us at a young age in an attempt to encourage us to start our days early to get things done. But not all of us are early risers as some of us prefer to burn the midnight oil.
Posted On: 08/09/2016
Sleep is something that we all have in common. Our body and mind need sleep. So much so that poor sleeping patterns have been widely linked to an increase in bad health.
Posted On: 17/02/2016
With a large percentage of us (especially the younger generations) keeping our devices at arms length in the bedroom, our tendency to expose ourselves to this disrupting light is at an all time high. From checking Twitter to replying to work emails, it’s very easy for us to forgot the effects of technology at night. This update should help us sleep better at night.
Posted On: 13/01/2016
For many of us, waking up early for work or the morning school run can leave in a state of sleep inertia (or ‘morning grogginess’). I’m sure we’ve all experienced this at least once throughout our life. Here are 16 ways to combat that 'groggy morning' feeling.
Posted On: 28/09/2015
Dreams must be very important, as we dream an average 1,460 hours a year! But why do we dream at all? Are dreams even ‘real’?
Posted On: 25/06/2015