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Shared Beds Need Separate Blankets

A big, beautiful comforter, spread neatly across the bed you share with a partner may look nice during the daytime. But at night, chaos results. One person will be too hot, one too cold. Worse, one of them will probably toss and turn during the night, pulling cold air under the covers. The simple solution: separate…
Tags: Home, Family, Sleep, Lifehacks, Beds


BLACK SABBATH's Vol. 4 Reimagined By THOU, HAUNT, SPIRIT ADRIFT, ZAKK SABBATH

The Obssessed, High Reeper, Matt Pike and Whores too. The post BLACK SABBATH's Vol. 4 Reimagined By THOU, HAUNT, SPIRIT ADRIFT, ZAKK SABBATH appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, Sleep, Whores, Latest News, Black Sabbath, Matt Pike, Zakk, High On Fire, Thou, The Obsessed, Spirit Adrift, Zakk Sabbath, Haunt


Share a Bed Without Losing Sleep

Two in three Americans share a bed with a partner. Here’s how to make it more comfortable.
Tags: News, Sleep, Mattresses, Children and Childhood, Dating and Relationships, Apnea (Sleep Disorder, Beds and Bedding, Your-feed-wirecutter


When Your Recovery Is Frustratingly Slow

It seems like you’ve been ill forever. For weeks, maybe months, it has felt like a major effort to do life. On a good day, you might muddle through. On not so good days, it’s hard to get out of bed, much less shower or get to work. Major mental illness has knocked you down and out. Worse, it seems like you aren’t getting any better. Hold onto the fact that long term studies have shown that most people diagnosed with even the most severe forms of mental illness at least get relief from s...
Tags: Psychology, Sweden, Sleep, Recovery, Mental Health And Wellness, Medications, NIMH


Dominic Smith, the Mets’ Sleeper at First Base

Smith’s potential has been clear since he was drafted in 2013, but sleep apnea has hindered his progression. Now, he’s finally taking his treatment seriously.
Tags: News, Sleep, Baseball, Smith, New York Mets, Mets, Alonso, Dominic Smith, Apnea (Sleep Disorder, Peter (1994-, Dominic (1995-


"My mother does not like to admit that anything is ever sad or wrong, so if my father would say something like, 'During the Depression …' She’d say...'"

"'Oh, Dick, there was no Depression.' She was like a Depression-denier"/"My mother was more like a personal depression-denier. Her whole thing was if you were sad, she would say, 'Stop staring at your navel.' When I grew up, I didn’t know what other people talked to each other about, because there were so many things we didn’t talk about"/"My mother was very can-do. She told me, 'Nobody needs more than four hours of sleep.' I hate sleeping. Guilt gets me up"/"I like to sleep because I’m interest...
Tags: Psychology, Sleep, Law, Motherhood, Laziness, Dick, Roz Chast, Ann Althouse, Patricia Marx, The Blog Has A Theme Today


Moby’s new album is exclusively playing on a meditation app

Producer Moby is has released his new album exclusively through a mobile app for sleeping and meditation. The producer of 90’s hit Porcelain, Moby has teamed up with Calm Music for his latest release. His new album Long Ambients 2 was released today on World Sleep Day and will only be available exclusively through the Calm Music app for 30 days. The app provides gentle music to be used for meditating or aiding sleep. With over 45 million downloads the app has a massive potential audien...
Tags: Music, Sleep, App, Meditation, Exclusive, Ambient, Digital Music News, Calm, Moby, Long Ambient, Porcelain Moby, Michael Acton Smith OBE


A new writing project - Secret Diary of an Uber Driver

Lately, I have been using this app called Headspace to meditate and get sleep. While meditation is a guided "lesson" in one or more disciplines of life, sleep is where I listen to bedtime stories that have soothing voiceovers, ambient noises that humans like when they sleep and calming non-commital stories. You know how those old nannies would sing a lullaby? You know soft kitty, warm kitty? That!So, one of the sleep stories on Headspace is a mid-night scene from a Laundromat. In that, its the s...
Tags: Travel, Uber, Sleep, Writing, Project, Headspace, Forrest, Lem, Sdud


5 Reasons To Get a Good Night’s Sleep

It’s estimated that approximately 30 percent of all Americans are considered sleep deprived. This equates to more than 40.6 million people. The fact is, getting a good night’s sleep is absolutely essential if you want great health. In fact, this is something that is just as important as exercising regularly and eating a healthy, balanced diet. If you aren’t getting a good night’s sleep, you can make a few adjustments to your routine, and even purchase a new adjustable bed base ; h...
Tags: Fashion, Sleep, Sleeping, Sleep Routine, Health & Fitness, Sleep Problems, Ulta, Sleep Habits, Sleep Quality, Sleep Remedies


ChiliPad Adds Active Cooling and Heating To Any Mattress

If you like your bed to stay warm, you’ve got no shortage of options. Hot water bottles, heated blankets, or of course, just more and heavier blankets are all at your disposal. If you want warmth while you sleep, there’s nothing stopping you, and I’m happy for you. Like upside down smiley face emoji levels of happy…Read more...
Tags: Sleep, Lifehacks, Chilipad


8 Reasons Why Your Depression May Not Be Getting Better

You’ve been to four psychiatrists and tried over a dozen medication combinations. You still wake up with that dreadful knot in your stomach and wonder if you will ever feel better. Some people enjoy a straight path to remission. They get diagnosed. They get a prescription. They feel better. Others’ road to recovery isn’t so linear. It’s full of winding bends and dead-ends. Sometimes it’s entirely blocked. By what? Here are a few impediments to treatment to consider if your symptoms aren’t improv...
Tags: Psychology, General, Sleep, Support, Self-help, Insomnia, Depression, Bipolar, Treatment, Trauma, Johns Hopkins, Medications, Mood Disorder, Johns Hopkins University, Kay Redfield Jamison, National Institute on Drug Abuse NIDA


5 ways life would be better if it were always daylight saving time

In my research on daylight saving time, I have found that Americans don't like it when Congress messes with their clocks.In an effort to avoid the biannual clock switch in spring and fall, some well-intended critics of DST have made the mistake of suggesting that the abolition of DST – and a return to permanent standard time – would benefit society. In other words, the U.S. would never “spring forward" or “fall back."They are wrong. DST saves lives and energy and prevents crime. Not surprisingly...
Tags: Energy, Florida, Sleep, Congress, California, Government, Time, Opec, Policy, Public Health, Innovation, Rutgers, U S Chamber of Commerce, California Energy Commission, DST, Washington California


"Newness or difference from the norm is a very urban, almost postmodern, quest. It is recent. It is class-based."

Said NYT food-studies scholar Krishnendu Ray, quoted in "The People Who Eat the Same Meal Every Day" by Joe Pinsker in The Atlantic. Pinsker goes on:So, when accounting for the totality of human experience, it is the variety-seekers—not the same-lunchers—who are the unusual ones....The daily rituals of office life are characterized by their monotony and roteness, and bringing a different lunch each day is a sunny, inspired attempt to combat all the repetition. I do genuinely appreciate the optim...
Tags: Travel, Psychology, Food, Marriage, Sleep, Law, Friends, Fish, Boredom, Cnbc, Ray, Tupperware, Normal, Cooper, Ann Althouse, Krishnendu Ray


A nap will lower your blood pressure as much as a low dose of blood pressure medication.

A new study says, per BBC. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Health, Sleep, Law, Bbc, Ann Althouse


A Good Night’s Sleep: The Key to a Happy Life

It’s not uncommon to feel unsatisfied, not good enough or unappreciated at work. Some of us are too ambitious for our own good so we struggle to feel like we’re achieving enough. Others might have a hard time managing workloads. Does this sound familiar? If so, don’t worry, you’re only human. But what can we do to help control these feelings? What can we do to make things easier for ourselves? It seems that as simple as having a good night’s sleep could be the answer. Here’s how to get both good...
Tags: Instagram, Sleep, Happiness, Netflix, Lifehacks


I Didn't Know How Much I Needed This Hidden iPhone Sleep Timer Until It Became a Reality

Some people need complete and utter silence to get a good night's rest, but others require a little white noise or some bedtime tunes to drift off to sleep. If you're part of the latter group, then pick your favorite sleeping playlist and settle in, because this iPhone hack is about to make your life easier. Letting your phone play music while you're unconscious may seem like a battery-draining disaster, but in reality there's an easy workaround. Related: ...
Tags: Iphone, Iphone Tips, Sleep, Religion, Tech News, Hacks, Digital Life, Tech Tips


6 Mindfulness-Based Techniques to Help You Fall Asleep

You’re all-too familiar with the cracks and indentations of your bedroom ceiling. Because you’ve spent one-too-many sleepless nights staring at it. And staring. And staring. And staring some more. You likely don’t struggle with insomnia or another sleep disorder, but on some nights, it’s simply tough to fall asleep–and stay that way. Psychotherapist Melissa Divaris Thompson, LMFT, noted that it’s tough to slow ourselves down when our minds and nervous systems have been going, going, going...
Tags: Psychology, General, Sleep, New York City, Habits, Stress, Mindfulness, Self-help, San Francisco Bay, Thompson, Mental Health And Wellness, Health-related, Yoga Journal, Williamson, Tate, Denver Colo


I Can Fall Asleep Listening to Music Without Worry, Thanks to This Little-Known iPhone Hack

Some people need complete and utter silence to get a good night's rest, but others require a little white noise or bedtime tune to drift off to sleep. If you're part of the latter group, then pick your favorite sleeping playlist and settle in, because this iPhone hack is about to make your life easier. Letting your phone play music while you're unconscious may seem like a battery-draining disaster, but in reality there's an easy workaround. Related: ...
Tags: Iphone, Iphone Tips, Sleep, Religion, Tech News, Hacks, Digital Life, Tech Tips


Casper's Glow Lamp Is Nearly a Dream Come True

As a longtime wake-up light devotee, I was practically losing sleep waiting to get my hands on Casper’s much ballyhooed Glow bedside lamp. Philips Wake-Up Lights are great, but the company hasn’t done much to modernize them over the past few years, so I immediately saw the potential of Casper’s battery powered,…Read more...
Tags: Science, Sleep, Casper, Philips


How Your Sleep Quality Affects Alzheimer’s Risk (M)

Sleep can help to clear the brain of toxic substances that lead to Alzheimer's disease. → Support PsyBlog for just $4 per month. Enables access to articles marked (M) and removes ads. → Explore PsyBlog's ebooks, all written by Dr Jeremy Dean: Accept Yourself: How to feel a profound sense of warmth and self-compassion The Anxiety Plan: 42 Strategies For Worry, Phobias, OCD and Panic Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything Activate: How To Find Joy Again By Changing What You ...
Tags: Psychology, Sleep, Dementia, Jeremy Dean, Subscribers-only


"Catching up" on lost sleep may actually do more harm than good

Sleeping late on weekends not only won't help much when it comes to your sleep debt from the week, it can also lead to weight gain, insulin sensitivity, and nighttime hunger. University of Colorado Boulder sleep physiologist Christopher Depner ran a study involving young adults who were assigned different sleep regimens over a two week period, including a group of "weekend recovery sleepers." They report their results in the scientific journal Current Biology. From Science News: Lack of slee...
Tags: Health, Post, Science, News, Sleep, Salvador Dalí, Ucla, University of Colorado Boulder, Counting Sheep, Peter Liu, Christopher Depner, Depner


"In the alternate reality of this novel... humanity hibernates four months out of every year, like bears, gorging on calories in preparation for the long, severe winter."

"Those who have the means to afford a drug called Morphenox can ensure that their slumber is dreamless and peaceful. Why would they want to do this? Because dreams, it is believed, are wasteful, an unnecessary expenditure of calories during a precarious and vulnerable time, putting dreamers at risk of using up all of their stored fats. Worst-case scenario: The dreamer becomes Dead in Sleep. Thus the need for the requisite Governmental Agency to oversee hibernation. The Winter Consuls are those b...
Tags: Books, Sleep, Law, Jasper Fforde, Ann Althouse, Dreaming, Governmental Agency


Snoozing Late on the Weekends Won't Make Up for Your Sleep-Deprived Weeknights

Sleeping in late on the weekends won’t protect you from the ravages of barely sleeping during the work week, suggests a new study. While extra weekend sleeping did temporarily help volunteers eat lighter and better control their blood sugar, the health benefits went away as soon as they started not sleeping much…Read more...
Tags: Science, Sleep, Metabolism, Sleep Deprivation, Sleep Debt


Snoo Saved My Sanity in the Early Newborn Chaos

I knew being a new parent meant sacrificing sleep, but when our newborn son was waking up every hour...on the hour...every night...for six weeks...I realized I was walking a very fine line when it came to my mental health. I needed to sleep, or I was about to lose it.Read more...
Tags: Science, Parenting, Sleep, Baby, Harvey Karp, Snoo


Parents Can Expect Less Sleep for the First Six Years of Their Child’s Life

Moms and dads shouldn’t expect their sleep habits to bounce back to the way they were before kids for at least the first six years of their child’s life, according to a new long-term study involving nearly 5,000 parents.Read more...
Tags: Science, Parenting, Sleep, Children, Pregnancy, Caregiving, Sleep Duration


Want Better Workouts? Hit the Sack Early

We’re overextended and exhausted, but we have weights to lift, miles to run, and muscles to build. The problem, though, is that the only time many people have to achieve fitness goals often overlaps with (what should be) bedtime. It’s a Catch-22. Sleep isn’t something to tamper with. It’s serious business. We need at least seven hours to lower our risks of developing cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity, and depression. On top of that, getting enough sleep keeps us from dealing with energy-...
Tags: Health, Sleep, Lifehacks, Tommy Caldwell, Bryan, National Sleep Foundation, Chris Benchetler, Bryan Cole


How to Decide When It's Worth Staying Up Late

I’ve stayed up late for a lot of stupid things. Sometimes it’s a miscalculation, like trying to finish an assignment that I’m too tired to focus on. But usually it just kind of happens: I’m already watching Netflix, so I keep watching Netflix. I wanted to read a book this evening, and I didn’t get the chance until…Read more...
Tags: Sleep, Netflix, Lifehacks, Bedtime, Ask This Question


New parents face up to six years of sleep deprivation, study says

Data from thousands of men and women shows rest is at its worst three months after birthStarting a family is a well-known way to make a good night’s sleep a distant dream, but new research suggests the parental yawns might go on for six years.Researchers tracking the sleep of thousands of men and women as their family size increased have found that shuteye hits a low about three months after birth – with the effect strongest in women. Continue reading...
Tags: Family, Sleep, Health & wellbeing, Parents and parenting


The Mosquito Net

It is 0651 and I am at a Starbucks outlet - the only one that opens 24x7, close to the airport. I am here because I could not sleep last night. And why is that? Because there were way too many mosquitoes at home and I did not have a repellant. While I dream of becoming an assassin that can survive the jungles and all that, I cant sleep in a room that has like 10 mosquitoes. Talk of a guarded life and all that. Salute to the ones that can tolerate the menace of the blood-sucking monsters. Literal...
Tags: Travel, Sleep, Rant, Starbucks, Goa