FACTS AND MYTHS ABOUT SLEEP, TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE

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FACTS AND MYTHS ABOUT SLEEP, TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE

Someone sleepwalking can not wake you. Men dream more about sex. There are quite a few myths about sleep. But they are not all true. Test your knowledge.

1. If you do not sleep for a long time, you die

True. The world stay awake established in 1964 by the student Randy Gardner. He slept 11 days and nights. It is better that you do not attempt to correct this. If you long not sleep , get your memory and your concentration back.

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12 SURPRISING SLEEP FACTS

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12 SURPRISING SLEEP FACTS

Sleep is something more than that part of the day where you close your eyes. Sleep is a process by which your body repairs itself and recharge for the next day. Twelve sleep surprising facts.

1) Less sleep, more wrinkles

A chronic lack of sleep is bad for the health, more prone to all kinds of problems; a worse sex life to failure to it. Less known is that sleep deprivation promotes the appearance of fine lines in the face. A part of the normal aging is night restored, but that good work comes almost to a standstill with prolonged sleep deprivation. Sleep deprivation also increases cortisol, which thwarts the operation of the huidverstevigend collagen.

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27 FACTS ABOUT SNORING

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27 facts about snoring

  1. Snoring is common but is not normal.
  2. The Netherlands counts over 6 million snurkers.
  3. Men snore more often than women
  4. After the transition women wander as much as men.
  5. About 45% of men snuggle
  6. About 25% of women are snoring
  7. Men snore about twice as hard as women
  8. 85% of snoring men exceed 38 decibels, the noise of a highway.
  9. A snurker can produce sounds up to 80-100 db, as loud as the sound in a cinema or at a pop concert.
  10. Snoring increases with age
  11. The main causes of snoring are overweight, smoking and alcohol use.
  12. The sound of snoring is caused by air that allows the soft parts of the nose, mouth and throat to vibrate.
  13. If you sleep on your back the chance of snoring is greater.
  14. Snoring can be a symptom of obstructive sleep apnea but not everyone who snores has this condition
  15. Snurkers have three times more risk of health problems than non-snurkers.
  16. Snoring can be hereditary. At 70% of the snurkers there is a family establishment.
  17. A snurker can produce sounds harder than 80 decibels. That’s harder than a vacuum cleaner!
  18. A quarter of snurkers sleep separately.
  19. Snurkers have increased chance of headache, concentration problems, high blood pressure and stress.
  20. In comparison with Belgians, Norwegians, Sweden, Denmark and the Finns, Dutch are still the least noisy snurkers.
  21. The sound of a snurker is similar to the constant hearing of longitudinal traffic.
  22. Half of the snurkers unaware of bad sleep.
  23. Two out of five partners speak of a less good relationship due to sleep problems.
  24. A common cause of snoring is overweight.
  25. Snurkers run an increased risk of developing apnea
  26. Partners of snurkers often visit their GPs partners of non-snurkers
  27. The harder you snuggle, the greater the risk of overweight.

27 FACTS ABOUT SNORING

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20 facts about sleeping and dreaming that you did not know yet!

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20 facts about sleep and dreams that you did not know yet!

The mystery about sleeping has inspired many scientists over the centuries. Only since the last 25 years we know more about sleep and dreams. Therefore, 40 remarkable facts, figures and facts about sleep you did not know yet!

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