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Marijuana affects dreams. Stoners say they don't have dreams but if they stop smoking for a few days, they are flooded with dreams. Is there any psychological research supporting this?
Whether you're behind the wheel of a car, operating a power tool, or changing a light bulb, drowsiness can sneak up when you least expect it, causing lapses of attention and putting you at risk of hazardous errors. Did you know that poor sleep can affect your performance as much as alcohol? That's right. Being awake for 22 hours straight can slow your reaction time more than four drinks can.
by Celes on Aug 14, 2009 | ShareThis Email This Post This is part of the Early Riser Series . My life as a late riser In the past, I was consistently a late riser .
Here is a list of prerequisite steps you should take to help fall asleep. Step 1: Make sure that your bed and the pillow you are using are as comfortable as possible. You might consider investing in a Tempur-Pedic mattress, so that it conforms to your body, making it more comfortable to rest. Step 2: Be sure that all the lights in the room are either turned off or that they are dimmed. You want the lighting in the room to be low enough so that you will not see any brightness when your eyes are closed.
ARE you and your partner cuddled up in the “spoons” position all night? Or do you cling to the edge of the bed as they sprawl in the “starfish”? Your sleep position speaks volumes about your relationship and shows how you are feeling and who holds the power between you. Here, life doctor PAM SPURR explains some of the main sleep positions and their meaning: THE SPOONS (him behind) You both lie on your sides, him facing your back.
Nothing is more frustrating than not being able to sleep. Tossing and turning. Your mind is racing, going over everything that happened today. Night noises keep you awake. What can you do? There ARE things you can do!