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5 Reasons why hitting Snooze is a No-Go
Is snoozing bad? – according to most sleep experts, yes. Here are five reasons to not hit your snooze button:
1. You’re more likely to sleep longer than intended
If you’re someone who snoozes every morning, chances are you are conditioning yourself to ignore the sound of your alarm. At least, this is the opinion of Dan Ariely, a psychologist and behavioral economist who answers reader questions in the Wallstreet Journal. According to Ariely, each time you don’t get up at the sound of your alarm, you become more accustomed to staying in bed. This means the more you press snooze, the more you are likely to oversleep.
2. You will likely enter a REM cycle while you’re snoozing, which means less time spent in deep sleep
You may think that hitting snooze will make you...
Are Alarm Clocks Bad for You?
Are alarm clocks bad for you? For most people, alarm clocks are a necessary part of life, particularly in the morning. In our modern-day world, jobs, school, and other responsibilities require us to wake up at a specific time to meet our obligations. Regardless of whether we have gotten enough sleep the night before.
The Essential Guide to creating the Perfect Bedroom to sleep like a Rock
We have all felt the immediate benefits of a good night's sleep, right? We feel clearer, more energized, and better able to handle the day-to-day stressors of life. No wonder our days are better when we have more sleep! Here we give you the tools to create the perfect bedroom to get rejuvenating sleep every night.
Pets in bed – is it a good idea?
Millions of people have a co-sleeping arrangement with their four-footed friends — about 60% of cat owners and well over half of dog owners have their pets in bed. This is nothing new: Ramses the Great even had a dog with the official title of Bed Companion to the Pharaoh. But are pets in bed conducive to a good night’s rest?