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Health/Food Posts Tagged as 'Sleep'

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Getting enough sleep isn’t considered ‘manly’, study finds, because that’s how literally exhausting toxic masculinity is 

 

According to research published in the Journal of the Association for Consumer Research, a combination of six studies have found that “sleeping less is related to increased perceptions of masculinity, and increased masculinity is related to decreased perceived sleep amounts”.

As well as this, “based on how much they sleep, men face social judgements favouring men who sleep less”.

Getting enough sleep isn’t considered ‘manly’, study finds, because that’s how literally exhausting toxic masculinity is

Tags: Etiquette, Fear, Identity, Judgment, Men, Sleep, Study

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13-Oct-2020


If You Fall Asleep Quickly, It Could Mean These 11 Things For Your Health 

 

When you get into bed at night, do you relax for a few minutes — maybe reading a book or thinking about your day — before nodding off? Or do you fall asleep immediately, with little to no awareness of your head even hitting the pillow? If the latter sounds familiar, it might be your body's way of telling you something about your health.

Bustle

Tags: Advice, Health, Medical, Science, Sleep, Treatment

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10-Jul-2019


9 Things You’re Doing In Your Sleep That Signal A Bigger Health Problem 

 

Your body is pretty adept at telling you when something is up—sniffles when you're sick, a toothache when you have a cavity. But you might not catch those signals, say, while you're sleeping.

Your body does all kinds of cool things during your nightly slumber sessions, like regulating hormones and repairing muscles, per the National Sleep Foundation. So it shouldn't come as a surprise that sleep can also give you clues about what's wrong in your overall health.

“We look at ‘good’ sleep as being about both quality and quantity of sleep,” says Beena Jani, MD, family medicine physician at Summit Medical Group in New Jersey. “Getting insufficient sleep can lead to chronic medical conditions, but poor sleep hygiene can also be a sign of health conditions, too.”

I'm talking about conditions like anxiety, depression, asthma, and heart disease (yes, really). If you’re doing any of these nine things in your sleep, it's time to listen up—your body could be trying to tell you something.

Women's Health

Tags: Disease, Health, Medical, Sleep, Treatment

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06-Mar-2019


Techly Explains: Why am I always tired? 

 

Here are some of the biggest causes of that always-sleepy feeling.

Lifestyle choices

The first couple of possible factors come down to basic lifestyle choices, meaning a simple change in your day-to-day habits could have a positive effect on your feelings of restfulness.

You should probably consider these easy changes before you start investigating the more serious, medical conditions further down.

Sedentary lifestyle

Exercising uses up energy and makes you tired, right? So therefore, not doing exercise – say, by spending your days sitting at a desk – must therefore use less energy and make you less tired, right? Not the case.

Having a lifestyle that is too inactive is actually detrimental to your energy levels — sitting too much actually leads to a more fatigued state of being, not the other way around.

Techly

Tags: Advice, Choices, Dedication, Diet, Environment, Health, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Program, Sleep, Study, Support, Treatment

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30-May-2017


How to Fall Asleep Faster 

 

Toss and turn long enough and eventually the process of falling asleep starts to feel a lot like the five stages of grief. There’s denial (“I’ll be fine on five hours’ sleep”), anger (“Why can I not just fall asleep already?”), bargaining (“Okay, if I fall asleep in the next five minutes, I’ll get at least four hours”), depression (“Tomorrow is going to be the worst”), and acceptance (“Bring on the coffee”) — all in the service of mourning the bright-eyed, well-rested you that could have been.

According to the National Sleep Foundation, it should take somewhere between 10 and 20 minutes to doze off, a period of time known as “sleep latency.” Plenty of things can stretch out that latency period — stress, a medical condition, even napping too much during the day — but often, it’s just a sign that you’re going about this bedtime thing all wrong. Here are a few simple sleep hacks to help you minimize the time between climbing into bed and dozing off to sleep.

NY Mag

Tags: Advice, Environment, Health, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Opinion, Science, Sleep, Treatment

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12-Dec-2016