1 week ago
Trouble #sleeping? try wearing amber-tinted #glasses that block #bluelight for a couple of hours before going to #bed. A new #study found the glasses, which are available online and in stores, led to longer and more refreshing #slumber, according to a report published in the #Journal of #Psychiatric #Research. Will you give these glasses a try? Let us know in the comments below!www.today.com/health/amber-tinted-glasses-could-help-you-sleep-better-t120220 ... See MoreSee Less
Trouble sleeping? Wearing amber-tinted glasses before bed might help
Here's why glasses that block blue light could help lead to better slumber.
2 weeks ago
#FunFactFriday:A new #study in mice found that #sleep-deprived #brains may be #asleep and #awake at the same time. Check out the #article below to read more about this study, its #findings, and the potential applications to human populations. What did you #learn or find most surprising? Let us know in the comments!horizon-magazine.eu/article/sleep-deprived-brains-may-be-asleep-and-awake-same-time_en.html ... See MoreSee Less
Sleep-deprived brains may be asleep and awake at the same time
For something that can occupy such a significant chunk of time, sleep still remains a mysterious part of our lives. Although it is known to play a role in mental and physical health, such as metabolism and memory, there is much that is still not well understood.
A recent #research paper was designed to determine whether #blind subjects exhibit eye #movements and #visual activity during #REM #sleep similar to sighted subjects, and if so, whether this is the case even in blind subjects who have been blind since birth. Check out the #Psychology Today #article below to find out the #results. What did you #learn or find most surprising? Let us know in the comments!www.psychologytoday.com/blog/dream-factory/201712/do-blind-people-see-in-their-dreams ... See MoreSee Less
Do Blind People See in Their Dreams?
A recent paper looks at visual activity in blind subjects' dreams.
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