Will You Need Less Sleep When You Are Older?

On average, seniors sleep less than young adults. Does short sleep become a personality trait for everyone getting older? And will you need less sleep to rest when you’re a senior? Let’s find out together.

Sleep Tight: Why Your Body Needs Deep Sleep

Adults usually get about 7-9 hours of sleep, but its quality sometimes matters more than its length. Deep sleep is one of the stages of slow-wave sleep that’s crucial for your well-being. In this article, we’ll discuss what exactly deep sleep is, why it’s essential and how lack of it can negatively affect your body.

The Magic of Sleep: What Happens to Your Brain and Body While Snoozing

Falling asleep, we find ourselves in a mysterious world of the unknown. We see fascinating dreams, or simply enjoy our rest. While we are recovering from a tiring day, our body keeps functioning. But what happens during those hours when we’re unconscious?

8 Things You Unconsciously Do In Your Sleep

While sleeping, we’re basically cut off from reality, and that’s why it seems that nothing happens to the body from the moment you close your eyes to waking up in the morning. Yet our brain never stops working, and, well, it may surprise you just how many processes are “running in the background” while you snooze.

Lucid Dreaming: The Truth and Myths About Controlling Your Dreams

Dreaming in your sleep is like entering a whole new world of unknown forms, places and senses. At least half of us have had lucid dreams once, which is a state of awareness that you’re sleeping, but why and how it happened? Is this experience dangerous? Can we train to control our dreams? Let’s find out.