A consultant paediatric neurologist has seen patterns of sleep disorders rooted in childhood. He reminds parents as well as other adult family members to discipline their children or wards with regards sleep hours.
When it comes to quality sleep, India has astonishingly come on top − followed by Saudi Arabia and China − among the most restful populations where people get the best good night's sleep.
It’s a well-known fact that the younger a person is, the more sleep he or she needs to function properly during the day. Babies, you notice, sleep most of the day. Then, as you get older, you seem to need less and less sleep.
Glaucoma is a leading cause of blindness and will likely affect an estimated 112 million people worldwide by 2040.
In these days where there is high anxiety around COVID-19, getting your sleep isn’t easy. But a good night’s sleep is a key factor in maintaining your health and protecting your immune system.
Although science knows what dreams are, it is still not known exactly why we dream, although plenty of theories exist.
Purkharam, 42, can sleep for up to 25 days straight once he takes a nap. Because of his strange illness, Purkharam can only operate his grocery store five days a month, so the man is used to managing his daily life such as showering, working and eating while he sleeps, according to Indian media.
According to the study, subjective sleepiness accounted for most of the experimental effect of sleep loss on anger. A related experiment in which individuals reported anger following an online competitive game found similar results.
This week, our cover story is about something we don’t give too much thought to. From a young age, all of us have heard that sugar and caffeine before bed is bad for sleep. In fact, almost all of us were forbidden by our parents to snack on sugary
The cycle starts with the disruption in the level of appetite regulating hormones in your body. This imbalance blunts your ability of experiencing satiety and makes you needlessly hungry. The cycle progresses with you tiptoeing to the refrigerator scavenging to salvage some leftovers, the more decadent and sugary the better, ultimately culminating in an expanding waistline.