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Midday Naps reduced blood pressure

According to research presented at ESC Congress today by Dr Manolis Kallistratos, a cardiologist at Asklepieion Voula General Hospital in Athens, Greece.”Although William Blake affirms that it is better to think in the morning, act at noon, eat in the evening and sleep at night, noon sleep seems to have beneficial effects,” said Dr Kallistratos.”Two influential UK Prime Ministers were supporters of the midday nap. 89 more words


Experimental Dream Lab in Lewes 14.11.14

Join oneironaut Sarah Janes and neuro-feedback artist Luciana Haill for an unique one-off Experimental Dream Lab at Zu Studios in Lewes, East Sussex from 7.30pm- 11pm. 66 more words


Friday Sleep Tip: Sleep is Biological, not Logical

As a self-proclaimed sleep nerd, I can often be found quoting pediatrician and pediatric sleep expert Dr. Marc Weissbluth. Found in his book, Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child… 301 more words


we are good

updating my blog after a considerable amount of time feels like trying to break the ice with an old friend whom you’d promised to keep in contact with but didn’t. 185 more words

Sleep science behind the hag dream

Deep inside the reptile brain sits the pons, a hump in the brainstem an inch long. When we fall asleep, the pons initiates dreaming by sending signals through the mammal brain to the primate brain, where dreams stir to life.

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The Science of Sleep

Director: Michel Gondry // Year: 2006

Stéphane (Gael Garcia Bernal) has always escaped to his dreamworld. When he fell in love with his neighbour, Stéphanie (Charlotte Gainsbourg), he wanted to share this imagined world with her.   106 more words

Science of Why We Sleep - Why Adequate Sleep is Important

Summary from the TED talk of Mr. Russell Grant Foster, a British professor of neuroscience

What is adequate sleep?

Many scientists agrees that 8 hours is quite sufficient and varies from 6.5 hours to 8 hours from person to person. 1,047 more words