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Tips to Get a Productive Night's Sleep A good night's sleep should make you more productive. Here are a few tips to getting not just more sleep, but the right kind of sleep. Stock There is no denying the relationship between sleep and productivity.
And now we know just how tiring thanks to 22-month-old twins MJ and AJ. While trying to eat plates of spaghetti for lunch, the pair fight the urge to close their eyes, but eventually exhaustion takes over. Their amused American parents posted a video
27 September 2012 He showed plenty of energy when doing the foxtrot on Strictly Come Dancing. But when it comes to meetings, it seems Vince Cable doesn't have quite the same vigour. Some mischievous Lib Dems have claimed the 69-year-old Business
Paul Pittman's Sunday experience included flipping over his pro stock dragster at about 175 mph on hot cement, hitting a concrete wall three times and seeing fire partially engulf his car in 100-degree weather. Just minutes after all of that happened,
tool goes here "Stay Awake: Stories" by Dan Chaon; Ballantine ($25) A father, fretting about a young son's night terrors, is gradually haunted by his own terrors from an alcohol-fueled past. Another man, marooned as a single parent since his wife's
But consuming caffeine to combat sleepiness can lead to a vicious cycle. The java jolt that helps you stay awake can take up to eight hours to wear off. Caffeine can also reduce your sleep time, alter the normal stages of sleep, and decrease the
In his somber, beautifully constructed 2009 novel, Await Your Reply, Dan Chaon presented three interlocking narratives, each involving a form of identity theft. Midway through, in a strangely haunting scene, a man and a woman are wandering the ruins
Rachel Browne January 1, 2012 Read later Harmonious Jo and John Wallace and their children Charlie, 2, Jack, 12, and Ruby, 8. Jo Wallace understands the importance of a good night's rest.''If they go to bed too late, they're just feral the next day,''
Freshmen will be flipping out about their first big tests. Sophomores are going to try to act cool in the library and be really noisy. Juniors will curl up in the fetal position as they realize it's the hardest year. Seniors like me will be banging
When people start to doze in meetings "they are in big trouble" if they tell themselves to not fall asleep, says organisational psychologist Ross Gilmour. "What they need to be telling themselves is, 'I stay awake, I concentrate, I stay awake."' The