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Being Puyat All The Time Can Make You Feel Lonely, Says Research

Lack of sleep could affect your social life, too

By now, you’re already well-aware that a lack of sleep can cause serious health issues, but what you probably didn’t know is it doesn’t only affect your body—it affect your relationships as well as your chances in love, and in this case, it can ...

by Charlene J. Owen of  | May 27, 2019 08:00:00
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Here's One Reason You Can't Sleep At Night, According To An Ophthalmologist

An ophthalmologist gives tips on how to protect your eyes and what to do to sleep better

It’s 3AM on a weeknight. You’re dead tired from work, but still, you can’t sleep. Why, you wonder?The main culprit for sleeplessness could be your mobile phone or tablet. At the recent Philips EyeComfort launch, Dr. Glenn Carandang, an ophthalmologist and vitreo-retina ...

by Real Living Team for  | September 29, 2018 06:00:00
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15 Unexpected Things That Are Stealing Your Sleep

From the moon to your marital status, here are some zzz's disruptors

Without sleep, your health -- both mental and physical -- as well as your ability to focus seriously suffers. And let’s be honest, without an adequate amount of rest, none of us are fun to be around.There are a few tried and ...

by Nina Zipkin  | December 17, 2017 02:00:00
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For the Brain, Sleep Deprivation Is as Bad as Being Drunk

Yet another reason to get the rest that you need

It happens to the best of us. We toss and turn all night, and then we have to drag ourselves to work and try to focus and be productive. A recent studyout of UCLA has found that when you are sleep deprived, it makes it ...

by Nina Zipkin  | November 10, 2017 02:00:00
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Why Aren't Entrepreneurs Getting Enough Sleep?

Skip sleep often enough, and you'll drive both yourself and your business into the ground

It's no secret that entrepreneurs make lots of sacrifices for their businesses. They often de-prioritize personal relationships with friends and family members, forgo long-term goals and skip both meals and sleep to build their businesses.Unfortunately, though, sleep deprivation is rampant among entrepreneurs ...

by Anna Johansson  | June 11, 2017 08:00:00
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Study Finds the Less You Sleep the Less People Like You

A new study reveals people don't want to socialize with a sleep-deprived person

It turns out, the concept of beauty sleep is not just clever marketing from cosmetics makers. According to a recent study published in theRoyal Society Open Science Journal, not getting enough sleep makes you less attractive, less healthy and damages your social appeal.The study ...

by Rose Leadem  | May 21, 2017 02:00:00
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New Study Reveals Why Sleep Deprivation Makes People More Forgetful

If you're not getting a full night of rest, then your memory is going to pay for it

It’s no surprise that sleep and memory have a strong relationship. However, in a recent study, researchers from the University of Michigan discovered further information about the critical role sleep plays in learning and memory formation.The findings, published in the journal Nature Communications, reveal the negative impact that ...

by Rose Leadem  | April 15, 2017 08:00:00
Startup Tips

Study shows lack of sleep makes you less charismatic

Get some sleep. Your brain and your staff will thank you.

If you are getting a business off the ground, you may think that pulling all-nighters or always being on call will inspire confidence in your employees, but that lack of sleep really makes you less of a charismatic leader, according to a published ...

by Nina Zipkin  | July 08, 2016 03:00:00
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Employees’ lack of sleep hurts businesses

Instead of offering coffee in the pantry, companies should get to the bottom of that yawning.

Doctors recommend eight solid hours of sleep each night, but workers are not clocking in. This lack of sleep is leaving employees less productive, unmotivated and more agitated with co-workers. So, who’s to blame?Related: Sleep Deprivation Is Killing You and Your CareerThe answer ...

by Heather Huhman  | April 28, 2016 05:00:00
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10 ways to function on very little sleep

Try these 10 techniques for you to function well despite not having enough sleep the night before.

No matter the culprit, we’ve all had those nights when we don't get enough sleep. So, what’s person to do when that alarm clock annoyingly goes off in the morning? Aside from drinking caffeine (in moderation), try these 10 other techniques in order to ...

by Murray Newlands  | September 12, 2015 08:00:00
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5 steps to recovering after pulling an all-nighter

Adopt these techniques to fully recover depleted energy and alertness after working all night.

If you’ve been in business for yourself any length of time, or are in the process of getting your business off the ground, you know that entrepreneurship is both fulfilling and draining. The satisfaction that comes with running the show is tempered ...

by Josh Axe  | September 12, 2015 07:00:00
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Why food, sleep, and exercise are critical to success

Do you need to further convince yourself to be mindful of the way you eat, sleep, and exercise?

How we care for our bodies affects our performance at work. Skipping your twice weekly workout because you believe you are strapped for time leads to negative habits that impact your overall happiness and productivity. Similarly, ordering fast food instead of cooking ...

by Firas Kittaneh  | August 17, 2015 12:00:00
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Sleep may unlock previously unavailable memories

Learn just how important a full night's sleep is in keeping forgetfulness at bay.

Sleep and memory. Their relationship is complex, but researchers have established that getting a good night's rest is instrumental in keeping forgetfulness at bay, in part because, when sleeping, your brain "replays" activity from earlier in the day.A new study published in ...

by Laura Entis  | August 02, 2015 02:00:00