Is there a correlation between sleep and happiness? Is it true that you swallow eight spiders per year? Should you really pull that all-nighter before your big exam? Sleep statistics don’t have be boring and dry. We dug up 10 fascinating facts that won’t put you to sleep. 1. Falling asleep should take 10 to 15
Traveling is usually a cause for excitement. (Okay, unless it’s a business trip or visiting the in-laws.) But no matter what has you on the road or in the air, the fact remains that you want to feel your best while you’re away from home. When you’re not sleeping well, you’re not at your best.
What do the 1979 nuclear accident at Three Mile Island and the 1986 nuclear meltdown at Chernobyl have in common, aside from being two of the biggest disasters in recent history? Investigators determined that insomnia and sleep deprivation were significant factors in both incidents. Scary, isn’t it? What’s even scarier is that even if you don’t
An estimated 50-70 million adults in the United States have a sleep or wakefulness disorder such as sleep apnea or insomnia, according to data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Research shows that insufficient sleep puts individuals at higher risk of both physical and mental health issues, including hypertension, diabetes, obesity, depression
Single parents reading this right now are probably nodding their heads and thinking, “Well, I could have told you that!” And now there’s data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to back it up. According to the CDC report, single parents of children under 18 – particularly women – get less
Here at SoClean, we want to wish you a happy and healthy holiday season. In fact, as you’ve probably noticed, the two often seem to go hand in hand. With that in mind, here are some helpful tips for making healthy holiday choices this year: Don’t get behind the wheel after you’ve been drinking. The