What tells your sleeping position about you?

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This tells your sleeping position about you?

One sleeps best on his stomach, the other swears to sleep on his side. Read the significance of the different sleeping positions.

Fetus

You lie on your side. If a fetus in the womb trying huddled to protect your face and body. Even though you sometimes others come briskly on, inside you’re sensitive, shy and insecure. applies to you: rough diamond, white pit. Are you afraid of something?

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EMBARRASSING BEDROOM SECRETS. What are you unconsciously in the night hours?

Embarrassing bedroom secrets

What are you unconsciously in the night hours?

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EMBARRASSING BEDROOM SECRETS. What are you unconsciously in the night hours?

In sleep you think quickly to difficulty falling asleep, tossing and turning. The things you consciously experiencing in your bed. Sometimes ‘misbehaving’ the body during sleep and demonstrate your night to do things you did not know. To a friend or your partner points out.

Many sleep behaviors such as drooling, snoring or flatulence are part of the natural sleep process. But sometimes teaches that innocent sleep behavior indeed an underlying medical problem.

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5 questions about the biological clock ..What is the biological clock exactly?. Night shifts, jet lag, opposing the clock

5 questions about the biological clock …

Night shifts, jet lag, opposing the clock

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5 questions about the biological clock …

Night shifts, jet lag, opposing the clock

Night shifts, jet lag, opposing the clock … Does it affect our biological clock? We asked Dr. H. Ribbert, pulmonologist, of the Institute for Sleep Medicine in Woerden.

1. What is the biological clock exactly? Is it really wisdom in our body?

“The biological clock is fixed intervals recurring physical event. Of these, human numerous examples. Heart rate is an example of a short cycle, menstruation is an example of a longer one. When a rhythm is daily called this circadian. the best example of this is the sleep-wake rhythm which occurs in virtually all animals. This is controlled by the hypothalamus . This rhythm is almost always at a rate of approximately 24 hours and is hereby influenced by a variety of external stimuli. ”

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Why am i still so tired 14 causes of fatigue

Why are you still so tired

14 causes of fatigue

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Why are you still so tired

14 causes of fatigue

Do you have trouble getting out of bed, you can pass the day after a strong cup of coffee or keep your day but not yawning? If you want to do something against your fatigue, it is important to know why you’re so tired. Fourteen causes of fatigue and some solutions.

1. Too little sleep

It sounds like a truism, but maybe you just sleep too little. You every night must sail at least eight hours, is a myth. Everyone has different sleep needs: one is already rested after six hours, the other could use nine hours of sleep. Eight hours going on for about two-thirds of the people. Do you sleep less than you need, then you notice that day. You feel tired and will struggle to concentrate.

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10 things your body does as you sleep

10 things your body does as you sleep

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While you sleep well, your body is hard at work. At night there are many processes where you’re not aware of. Do not worry, that’s just healthy. What happens might identify you in bed?

1. You fall down

Find yourself a little on the heavy side? Step morning on the scales instead of going to bed, which saves a bit. While you sleep you will lose a lot of moisture from your breath and as you perspire . During the day, he does, but then fill the water loss directly by drinking and eating.

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5 Big questions about sleep …

5 questions about sleep …

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Can you catch up sleep? Count the hours  twice before twelve? Tim Weysen, sleep scientist at the research department of Philips and attached to the  Association of Sleep – Wake Research (NSWO) provides answers to common questions about sleep.

1. Why can one sleep through the night, while the other awake startled by the slightest sound?

“Interesting question, I can only answer but to give a little information about the method that is usually used in a sleep laboratory or clinic to assess sleep quality in an objective manner. This is called a polysomnogram (PSG) or sleep EEC (electroencephalogram). we look at sleep with electrodes on the skull to the electrical activity of the brains. we can then determine whether a person is awake or in light, deep and REM (dream) sleep stage in. A large part of these sleep stagescharacterized by brain waves that occur slowly and with a certain regularity. Occasionally this quiet and regular brainwaves are interrupted by a burst of electrical activity, called in the world of sleep ‘sleep spindles’ (sleep spindles in English). The source of these coils helps us at night to sleep better and ensures that we are less affected by ambient noise. Research has shown that the more of these bobbins place during the night, the quieter these people will sleep overnight with his high noise environments to observe. In people who sleep so restless, you generally also less sleep spindles. This is also one of the many reasons why older people sleep worse:

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8 CAUSES OF NIGHT SWEATS, WHY DO WE SWEAT AT NIGHT?

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8 CAUSES OF NIGHT SWEATS, WHY DO WE SWEAT AT NIGHT?

Sweating everyone does and throughout the day. It is necessary to regulate the heat in your body. But if you go at night in bed and your nightwear is completely moist and wet and even your sheets are completely wet, then you suffer from night sweats. What causes night sweats and what can you do?

Sweating is something that the body does naturally to ensure that your body is controlled. By sweat you lose excess heat. Most people start sweating with exertion or when the temperature is high, but there are also people who sweat without effort. This is hyperhidrosis said. At night sweats, there is excessive sweating during sleep. It’s normal to sweat during sleep, for example, on a hot summer night, or if you use too much bedding. But if you suffer from night sweats, this is not a warm bedroom.

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WHY DO YOU ALWAYS STRETCH WHEN YOU WAKE UP?

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WHY DO YOU ALWAYS STRETCH WHEN YOU WAKE UP?

Whether you’re woken by the sun slowly shines in your room or by the piercing sound of the alarm abruptly you has a dream: after slowly opening your eyes as you stretch yourself considerably. It not only feels good, but is also good for your body.

Even more famous than the stretching of people, is perhaps the most extensive stretch of cats or dogs shaking. Babies can also good. One stretch the arms, back, and hollow spheres and the legs just as contraction and relaxation. It is an instinctive action. The body needs actually will be ready for use.

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