Have you ever had an awful dream in which your partner cheated on you? Apparently, you are not alone. It’s one of the five most common things that our minds play out in sleep. Dreams can be mundane, surreal, or even verge on terrifying. It is thought that we typically have several a night, each lasting between five and 20 minutes, although we tend to forget most. But how can we explain the ones we do remember? It is often our insecurities about our age, lifestyle, partners’ infidelities and career choices which cause us to live out our fears in … Click here to continue…..
Here are few essential grooming tips who spend a lot of their time flying. It is has become one of the harshest realities that for work most of us need to be travelling very often. And this hectic schedule and frequent travelling can wreck havoc on the way you look, especially for those who are frequent flyers. So if you want to look your best even while you travel for work within and outside of the country, follow these simple yet effective grooming tips. Prepare well: Though travelling frequently means you have little time to prepare for your trip. But … Click here to continue…..
Staying up late may not be a good idea if you want to lead an active life Do you stay up late at night busy surfing the internet or chatting on your smartphone, and wake up only when morning turns into noon? Check if you are spending more time sitting and not finding enough time for physical activities. Researchers in the US have found that sleeping late is associated with a greater sedentary period and perceived barriers to exercise. “We found that even among healthy, active individuals, sleep timing and circadian preference are related to activity patterns and attitudes to … Click here to continue…..
In which position do you sleep? If you sleep on your stomach or on your left side, you are putting pressure on your heart with the extra body weight, while the heart has to continue pumping blood as usual. This additional burden wears the heart out more quickly. Think about it – you spend more than one third of your life sleeping! To reduce the strain on your heart, sleep on your right side, or on your back. This simple technique will add years to your life.
Go ahead, snooze : Sleep makes you feel better, but its importance goes way beyond just boosting your mood or banishing under-eye circles. Adequate sleep is a key part of a healthy lifestyle, and can benefit your heart, weight, mind, and more. “Sleep used to be kind of ignored, like parking our car in a garage and picking it up in the morning,” says David Rapoport, MD, director of the NYU Sleep Disorders Program. Not anymore. Here are some health benefits researchers have discovered about a good night’s sleep. Improve memory : Your mind is surprisingly busy while you snooze. … Click here to continue…..
No blue light : Switch off the television and computer, and keep away the cellphone an hour before bedtime. The short waves of blue light may interrupt sleep. Avoid naps : Though the occasional 20-minute power nap is a real boost, avoid any shut-eye eight hours prior to bedtime, as that can make falling asleep at night more troublesome. Save the bed for sleeping : Your bedroom should only be limited for rest and relaxation. Keep the money talk, phone conversations and TV viewing out the door. Set a routine : Fix hours for when you sleep and wake up. … Click here to continue…..
Reduces stress : In the case of sleep deficiency, the body’s functions enter a state of high alert, and cause an increase in blood pressure and production of stress hormones. The stress hormones make it harder to sleep and the higher blood pressure amplifies the risk of heart attacks and strokes. Boosts memory : In the time you’re asleep, the brain processes any new knowledge, organises the skills learned while awake, makes connections between events, feelings and memories, and sensory input. This helps you to process information and perform better. Healthier heart : A lack of sleep is often associated … Click here to continue…..