Monday, November 19, 2018

Those who experienced sexual assault twice as likely to have sleep problems

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/health/sexual-assault-harassment-victims-anxiety-depression-study-jama-internal-medicine-metoo-a8568416.html Researchers also found that those who experienced either sexual assault or harassment were twice as likely to have sleep problems such as insomnia. Women who reported workplace sexual harassment had higher blood pressure than women who did not – and at levels elevated enough to put them at risk of stroke,

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Generally thought unbroken sleep is probably best for feeling refreshed

#Sleeping in stages could be good for your #health https://t.co/knsbfnM8DU pic.twitter.com/oZz23ipGhj — World Economic Forum (@wef) April 10, 2018 Today’s society often doesn’t allow for this type of flexibility, thus we have to conform to today’s sleep/wake schedules. It is generally thought a continuous seven to nine-hour unbroken sleep is probably best for

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Connection Between Writing and Sleep

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/brain-waves/201801/the-connection-between-writing-and-sleep A new study (link is external) in the Journal of Experimental Psychology suggests an easy an effective solution: Write in a journal for five minutes before bed. But critically, what helps most is not writing about what you accomplished during the day, but writing out your to-do list for tomorrow. In

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Go to sleep

Don't make a habit of lying awake in bed. Get up and go to another room to read: https://t.co/EgtS4GAXI6 pic.twitter.com/Brb8YcafZi— Cleveland Clinic (@ClevelandClinic) January 26, 2017 The 3 best ways to get to sleep 1. Get out of bed Can’t sleep? Get up, go to another room, and read a little, take a

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