If you haven’t heard of sexsomnia, you’re not alone. The rare sleep disorder is when you experience sexual behaviors while asleep. It can be dangerous to you and those around you. But it can be treated with medication and by focusing on better sleep hygiene.
Snoring can be exhausting, both for you and your loved ones. It can lead to serious health issues, too. But there are steps you can take at home to reduce your snoring.
While most of us sleep in one chunk every night, some people try alternative sleep patterns, like a polyphasic sleep schedule. But is it right for you?
Maybe don’t reach for that full glass of water before bed. While it’s important to stay hydrated throughout the day, drinking a lot of water before bed can lead to unwanted sleep interruptions that can affect your overall health.
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