Apparently, a good night’s sleep is not something that most people of China are very familiar with. Neither are African elephants, who only sleep two hours a day. It won’t come as a surprise to anyone that good rest and great sleep makes you smarter. This time around, science has proof. Also, we learned that those who can afford to be early to bed and early to rise, manage to accomplish significantly more than the rest of us. Which side are you on?
Speaking of sides, snoring partners can be a real pain for their significant other. Someone even published a collection of revealing and often funny tweets on the subject.
Just in time for World Sleep Day, a Philips survey provided an interesting report on the sleep prioritization habits of people across the globe.
Sleep is vitally important to the ‘healthy lifestyle’ equation, but it is often cast aside as less important compared to the other fundamental elements such as eating well or exercising.
We suspect that most people aren’t quite convinced that sleeping pays off as much as winning the lottery. Only look at the facts: if it were true, then Australians would be the richest people on the planet – if you believe the data collected by Fitbit.
All in all, sleep is a sound investment. With a little help from pink noise, you should have a good return on your investment. If despite all your efforts you still struggle to fall asleep, then you can try breathing yourself to sleep, exercise regularly, cut down on electronic devices, or even call a hotline that promises to help you fall asleep faster.
With the help of these tips, we hope you’ll have a great week!
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