What is Biphasic Sleep?

What is Biphasic Sleep?

What is Biphasic Sleep? A person who sleeps at two different times a day has a biphasic sleep pattern. Sleeping at night and taking a nap during the day is an example of biphasic sleep. Biphasic sleep may also be referred to as divided, diphasic, segmented, or bimodal...
Complete Snoring Guide

Complete Snoring Guide

Complete Snoring Guide What is Snoring? Snoring is usually caused by one of several factors – drinking alcohol, allergies, illnesses, weight, and anatomical features are just a few. Snoring happens when the muscles in your mouth, tongue, and throat relax and...
Sleep and Caffeine

Sleep and Caffeine

Caffeine and Sleep   Sleep and Caffeine  The effects of caffeine are felt almost immediately, but they can last for several hours. Half of the caffeine you consume remains in your bloodstream for up to five or six hours after consumption. Drinking caffeinated...
Driving Drowsy

Driving Drowsy

One in 20 Americans has caused and accident by driving drowsy. 1 Drowsy driving is the second leading cause of automobile accidents. The first is drunkenness. 1 Driving drowsy slows reaction times and reduces alertness. Driving without the adequate amount of sleep is...