Before civilisation, the concept of sleeping for longer hours never existed; our ancestors believed sleep was a passive activity to reenergize and go for the hunt or prevent getting hunted.
Both you and I are not in dire straits and are somehow lucky enough to have a roof above our heads, and more importantly, get decent sleep at night.
A research study shows that 1 in every 3 adults often suffer from sleep deprivation. It can become quite obvious and holds a spot in one’s lifestyle.
Here’s the deal.
It’s super important to get in sync with your body’s natural sleep-wake cycle.
But how do you always stay in rhythm? Continue reading “25 Relaxing Sleep Games to Play Before Bed”
Have you ever fallen asleep while reading a boring book?
The chances are that it could have helped you sleep well, especially if you read that on the night before your exams.
You can still do that but with a twist.
Continue reading “20 Books About Sleep That’ll Teach You How to Become a Master Sleeper”
About 2 years ago, a survey was conducted by Amerisleep, a mattress company showed that people are happy because they get good sleep.
On average, a “happy person” gets 6-8 hours of sleep every night. Those who get fewer could be happy too often but run into problems that originate due to the lack of quality sleep. This results in stress which takes a toll on happiness levels.
Don’t worry. You’re not alone.
I have compiled a couple of memes related to sleep which will definitely make your day if you’ve been feeling sleep deprived and I hope you’ll get a good round of sleep tonight.
Ready? Let’s go! Continue reading “27 Sleep Memes For Those Who Can’t Sleep”
Sleep is a form of desire.
It’s safe to say that it’s definitely on the top of everyone’s list for the most loved things to do in the world. For instance, just look at the girl sleeping like a log, on a log.
Now, that’s a properly used sleep idiom.
But, let’s talk a bit more about sleep before we dive into it.
Continue reading “30 Sleep Idioms And Phrases To Help Your Brain Out”
The tradition of using harmony in words to produce a soothing effect has been part of every culture. Just try to reminisce being rocked back and forth in your mother’s bosom or legs while she belts out those beautiful pieces of music.
Quite peaceful, I presume?
Continue reading “The Evolution of Sleep Music (1680-2019) : 34 Songs to Fall Asleep to”