The idea of the new TOG-ether double duvet, essentially, is that when sharing a bed, we should not be sharing covers.
Some of us unfortunately suffer from all kinds of sleep problems during the night. Whether it’s dust allergies or insomnia, it’s safe to say a lot of us aren’t getting our recommended eight hours. NASA of all places has found the one thing that could improve your night’s sleep : houseplants. Simply putting a little greenery on your bedside table can ensure the air in your bedroom is free of pollutants and other insomnia-causers such as stress and anxiety. Here are just a few of NASA’s top plant recommendations. Let us know if they work. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Houseplant hacks: How to keep your succulents and cacti happy This is how your personality affects your sleep Sleeping in a cold room is better for your health, says science
Scientists have discovered a host of factors interfere with a good night’s sleep—caffeine, stress, age. Based on that, most people can function between 7-7 ½ hours of sleep regardless—some people may need a little more or can function on a little less,” says Alcibiades Rodriguez, MD, assistant professor of Neurology at the NYU Langone Comprehensive Epilepsy Center—Sleep Center. While it’s important to give yourself enough time at night to get the recommended quantity of sleep, it could be the quality of your sleep that’s leading you to still feel lethargic the next day.
A photo of a 63-year-old grandmother is going viral for her youthful appearance. On Sunday, a man named Chavo Lotti tweeted a photo of the woman, writing, “My grandma turned 63 yesterday,” and the Internet went nuts over the woman’s wrinkle-free visage and dewy glow, not to mention her oversized topknot and colorful overalls.
Never heard of social jet lag? Chances are, you suffer from social jet lag. A new study reveals that these effects, dubbed “social jet lag,” even extend to long-term health issues like increased risk of heart disease, with each hour of jet lag resulting in an 11 percent increase in risk.
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Sleep scientists aren't really sure why we dream, but that hasn't stopped people from trying to decode the imagery. Here's how a few dream interpreters explain those eerie glimpses into the subconscious. From Good Housekeeping
U.K.-based David Lloyd Clubs is offering a 60-minute class called Napercise that aims to “reinvigorate the mind, improve moods and even burn the odd calorie,” by doing nothing other than lifting your body onto a cushy mattress and curling up for a 45-minute nap (the other 15 minutes will be spent on gentle stretching).
Sitting on the sofa certainly isn’t one of them, but experts have warned that toxic chemicals used to fireproof your settee could be causing a surge in thyroid cancers. The research revealed that people who are exposed to high levels of flame retardants are more than twice as likely to develop the cancer. Thyroid cancer cases have risen by 74 per cent in the last decade in the UK, with researchers blaming the rising rates on flame retardants.