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Last answer by Deborah Dera 65 months ago +2 votes:
Make sure you get a good night's sleep, every night, and try to avoid over-sleeping as well. Try to go to bed at the same time each night, and get up around the same time each morning. The meals you eat need to be well-balanced as well. You heed protein, healthy fats, and healthy carbs. In other words, a bowl of high-sugar cereal will spike your blood sugar quickly, causing a crash that will make... more
Asked by roytanay in Sleep2 answers
Last answer by Rama lingam 67 months ago +1 votes:
If you yawn, it is a natural way of expressing that you are tired and need rest.Of course, lack of adequate oxygen in your body is yet another reason. more
Asked by Jessie Agudo in Sleep3 answers
Last answer by swati 94 months ago +1 votes:
Dear Jeffrey, It is true that sleep deprivation causes more negative effects than positive. See the bounty of Mother Nature. A baby inside the uterus is hardly awake for a few hours. When he comes into this world, he is sleeping twelve hours a day. Adolescents need more sleep than adults. A pregnant lady needs about eight hours of sleep and six hours may suffice for a non pregnant lady to rejuvena... more
Asked by Jeffrey Zils in Sleep2 answers
Last answer by Sam Montana 101 months ago +0 votes:
I have become a nap person. I think it started when I found I enjoyed working late at night at home when it is so quiet. So sleeping about 5 or 6 hours at night and then a 1.5 hour nap gives me two mornings in a sense. I wake up and like to get right to work. I sleep more hours in the winter than in the summer. more
Asked by Sam Montana in Sleep4 answers