Poor sleep habits are wreaking havoc on our minds.
At one point, Stephen Paddock described himself as being the "biggest video poker player in the world" and would gamble for an average of 14 hours per day, every single day. The post “I Gamble All Night; Sleep All Day”: Lawsuit Reveals Strange Habits Of Las Vegas Mass Shooting Suspect appeared first on CrimeFeed.
How do some of the most successful people in the world wind down after a busy day? Some don't — they just work through the night and get by on as little sleep as possible. But others have set up specific bedtime rituals. Sticking toShow More Summary
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September marks the 6th annual World Alzheimer’s Day and aims help spread information about this debilitating and often insidious condition, commonly affecting our elders. It is estimated that two out of three people globally do notShow More Summary
Post by Tanvier Peart. Poor, poor Tori can't seem to catch a break these days. The Little People, Big World mom recently shared that baby Jackson is experiencing sleep regression. And now, it looks like we can add another wonderful milestone to the list: teething. Show More Summary
On Wednesday, as in many days over the past year, I woke up from a fitful night of sleep. What has happened to our world? To our strength in unity? To our freedom from oppression that we have fought for (and for which many of our brothers and sisters are still fighting?) My head is...
Like an episode of Blues Clues on a snow day. Like vanilla Oreos. Like skin before the sleep of thought. Like Coney Island. Like City Island. Like a world where you can only use MIDI presets. Like a world where you can only hear MIDI...Show More Summary
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Safe. The world is so terrifying these days. Today, a quiet day. A quiet day is like a ceremony. The rain has gone and we can just sense the warmth arriving. A day for catching up on sleep and story...
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When Solar Impulse pilot Bertrand Piccard set out to fly around the world in a plane that uses no fuel, he knew he wasn’t going to get much rest. During the journey, he would be able to sleep, at a maximum, three hours per day with rest meted out in twenty-minute intervals. Show More Summary
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For Glamour, by Suzannah Weiss. Sure, sure, getting a good night’s sleep is very important. But sometimes it’s just not possible. And all the tips in the world on how to sleep well are totally useless once you’ve already woken up from a night of little or no shut-eye. Show More Summary
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A cafe in Tokyo has been fitted with 10 beds for a limited time to serve as a nap cafe in honor of World Sleep Day. So get sleeping!
Japan has once again proved that it is indeed home to all things weird and wonderful. A new nap cafe has opened up in Tokyo's Harajuku district, part of a new collaboration between Nescafe and France Bed to mark World Sleep Day. SEEShow More Summary
(Image credit: Annette Shaff/Shutterstock) No matter which side of the bed you got up on this morning, chances are, you could probably use a little more shut eye. Today is the tenth annual World Sleep Day, an event intended to be a celebration of sleep and a call to action on important sleep related issues. Show More Summary
You could wear green, check up on sleep hygiene... or both.
Happy Friday, and Happy Saint Patrick's Day! (It's also World Sleep Day. Do get some sleep.) Our community project for today: wear a perfume by Rodrigo Flores-Roux, if you have one. What fragrance did you pick? As always, do chime in...Show More Summary