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    Genes that allow some people to thrive on just four hours of sleep each night may also play a role in warding off dementia, scientists claim. A study in mice found two genetic mutations carried by 'elite sleepers' slowed the build-up of toxic proteins in the brain — a hallmark of the memory-robbing disease.   The link between sleep and dementia has been established for years, with studies suggesting poor quality or too little shut eye increases the risk. Toxins are cleared out from the brain and other parts of the body during sleep, which keeps our mind and muscles rejuvenated the following day.  Sleep researchers at the University of California, San Francisco believe the genes — found in up to 5 per cent of people – allow people to do this more efficiently. For most people, doctors recommend between seven and nine hours per night, with eight considered the sweet spot. But some people, dubbed 'elite sleepers', can reap the benefits after as little as four hours.  It has been speculated famous carriers of the genes could include ex-US President...
    IT'S a new year and a new you - and that means trying to steer clear of booze for a month. Dry January is a challenge plenty of people take on in an attempt to boost their health and balance out some of the festive fun. 1 Ditching alcohol can have a hugely positive impact on your health And if you've decided to ditch the booze for the next four weeks (three-and-a-half now, but who's counting), you may be wondering exactly what impact it's going to have on your body? As well as saving your bank balance, cutting out your weekly tipples will dramatically improve your health. Quitting alcohol will improve your skin, your liver function, your blood pressure, your sleeping patterns and even aid weight loss. Here, we look at exactly what happens to your body over the course of a month when you give up booze. Week one Improved sleep You'll wake up feeling a lot less tired and more energised after a week away from alcohol. This is because alcohol interrupts your normal sleep pattern and makes...
    Everyone knows that sleeping in your make-up is a cardinal skincare sin, but do we really know what damage it's doing to our faces when we forget to cleanse before bed?  Leading skincare experts have revealed exactly what happens to our face when we leave make-up on overnight, from bacteria causing nasty breakouts to dirt getting trapped in your skin and slowing down collagen production.   Problems caused by leaving your cosmetics on for too long include eye infections , brittle lashes and rashes, while dermatologist Dr Catherine Borysiewicz revealed why double cleansing in the evening could be the secret to glowing skin.  Here, FEMAIL reveals the five things that can happen to your skin when you hit the pillow with make-up and how to fix them.  Leading skincare experts have revealed exactly what happens to our face when we leave make-up on overnight, with issues including breakouts and eye infections caused by bacteria (stock image) BREAKOUTS   By sleeping with your makeup on, you are trapping natural oils, environmental nasties and a whole host of other harmful bacteria in your pores, which...
    Having a 30-minute power nap during the middle of the day won't make up for not getting a good night's sleep, a study has determined. In tests on 275 volunteers, experts from the Michigan State University found that short naps only slightly relieved cognitive impairments from sleep deprivation. According to the team, their study is one of the first to evaluate the usefulness of taking short naps — which are often all that people have time to fit into their days. Having a 30-minute power nap during the middle of the day won't make up for not getting a good night's sleep, a study has determined. Pictured: a man takes a nap (stock image) 'We are interested in understanding cognitive deficits associated with sleep deprivation,' said paper author Kimberly Fenn of the Michigan State University. 'In this study, we wanted to know if a short nap during the deprivation period would mitigate these deficits. In their study, the researchers recruited 275 college-aged volunteers and had them complete a series of cognitive tests twice — once in the evening, and then...
    Aerie; Soma; Dagsmaje; Coolibrium; Alyssa Powell/Insider If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. There are all kinds of ways hot sleepers can find relief, but cooling pajamas are a go-to. Fabrics like linen, bamboo, and cotton keep you cool while you snooze.  If you wake up in the middle of the night in a puddle, these cooling pajamas are worth a wear.  If you wake up hot and sticky from perspiration, as if your body cranked up its internal temperature to sauna status, you're not alone. Over the last year or so, I've become a hot — and, admittedly, a very sweaty — sleeper. I wake up warm almost every morning, sometimes even in the middle of the night, regardless of how cool my husband and I keep our bedroom or how light our bed sheets are. But just when I thought I'd exhausted all my resources, a loved one recommended swapping out my sleepwear for cooling pajamas. Now, thanks to this simple switch, beauty sleep has meaning again. What...
    Crying children, noisy neighbours, a weak bladder — the things that can wake us in the night are numerous. But for some, there is another troubling cause — pain. Painsomnia is a medical condition where people go to bed in relative comfort but as they sleep their pain builds and wakes them up. The number affected is unclear, but a 2014 study in the Journal of Pain found that up to 88 per cent of those living with chronic pain have difficulty sleeping, while 50 per cent of insomniacs suffer from chronic pain. Painsomnia is a medical condition where people go to bed in relative comfort but as they sleep their pain builds and wakes them up And the problem is that it can become a vicious circle — for as well as causing depression, anxiety, poor memory and concentration, a lack of sleep can also increase sensitivity to pain, increasing the chances of being woken up. Why is not clear, although one theory is that sleep deprivation causes the increased production of inflammatory chemicals called cytokines, which have...
    A tech company in San Francisco has developed a new smart crib to help keep babies asleep throughout the night without parents needing to constantly get up and check on them. Described as a baby's 'sleep guardian,' the Cradlewise crib comes equipped with motion sensors and microphones to detect when a baby is astir or has begun crying in the middle of the night. The crib's AI programming will kick into motion and begin rocking the mattress to coax the baby back to sleep again without needing to rouse its parents. Scroll down for video  Cradlewise is a new smart crib from a San Francisco tech company that's designed to automatically begin rocking when motion sensors or a microphone detect signs the baby is awake Over time, Cradlewise says the crib's AI will build a profile of the baby's particular sleep habits and begin varying its rocking motions throughout the night in anticipation of periods when it might otherwise have woken.  Parents will also be able to control the crib through a smartphone app that will also offer a...
    Kayla Itsines has shared the basic exercises she does every morning as soon as she wakes up - and the small routine she completes at night to wind down. The 29-year-old mother and renowned personal trainer shared videos of the movements on her social media, hoping that it might help motivate those still working from home to stretch before they sit down in a chair all day. 'Is anyone like me and finding it difficult to wake up motivated in the morning or struggling to wind down in the evenings?' She captioned the post. Kayla Itsines has shared the basic exercises she does every morning as soon as she wakes up - and the small routine she completes at night to wind down 'Now more than ever it's important we try to create and stick to a daily routine (as best we can) to help our bodies recognise when it's time to wake up and wind down.  'Here are some simple routines that you can include in your day to help you get up and ready in the morning...
    A defining feature of augmented reality is how much the technology's promise has outpaced its real-world use. Despite years of glossy demos, AR’s predominant consumer experiences are still Pokémon Go and an iOS app that measures things. Advancing the medium will take not only impactful hardware—like Apple’s U1 chip and loudly rumored glasses—but innovative games and experiences. The kind that Punchdrunk, the theater company behind immersive shows like Sleep No More, knows better than anyone. Now Punchdrunk and Niantic, the developer of Pokémon Go and Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, are announcing a collaboration that will span multiple projects. Details such as what the debut effort will look like, when it will launch, and what it might cost remain a closely guarded secret, but as far as crossover episodes go, the cast of characters looks encouraging. Punchdrunk is no stranger to immersion. Sleep No More, the group’s signature piece, invites audience members to walk through a series of rooms at their own pace, in whatever order they like. The actors perform hour-long loops; as you wander, you cobble together their story...
    Scores of drivers honked their car horns near Gracie Mansion Monday night to disrupt the mayor’s slumber in protest of the recent uptick in illegal fireworks shooting off across the city. “We need to send a message that we need to end these chaotic fireworks that [have] been happening across the city,” said Councilman Chaim Deutsch, who attended the protest. “So if we can’t sleep, Mr. Mayor, you won’t sleep,” the councilman said in a video statement posted to his Twitter account. Deutsch said the demonstration was expected to attract a few hundred people. A video posted to the Twitter fan page of local Orthodox radio personality, Heshy Tischler, shows a line of over a dozen cars idling near Gracie Mansion, with many blaring their horns for at least a minute straight. In a separate video posted to his personal account, Tischler, who also attended the rally, declared “We want these firecrackers stopped!” In the first two weeks of June, the city’s 311 system clocked 849 fireworks grievances, compared to just 21 during the same period last year —...
    Scores of drivers honked their automobile horns close to Gracie Mansion Monday night time to disrupt the mayor’s slumber in protest of the latest uptick in unlawful fireworks capturing off throughout town. “We have to ship a message that we have to finish these chaotic fireworks that [have] been occurring throughout town,” stated Councilman Chaim Deutsch, who attended the protest. “So if we will’t sleep, Mr. Mayor, you gained’t sleep,” the councilman stated in a video assertion posted to his Twitter account. Deutsch stated the demonstration was anticipated to draw just a few hundred folks. A video posted to the Twitter fan web page of native Orthodox radio persona, Heshy Tischler, reveals a line of over a dozen automobiles idling close to Gracie Mansion, with many blaring their horns for at the very least a minute straight. In a separate video posted to his private account, Tischler, who additionally attended the rally, declared “We wish these firecrackers stopped!” Within the first two weeks of June, town’s 311 system clocked 849 fireworks grievances, in comparison with simply 21 throughout the...
    A man has revealed how his beloved dog saved his life by barking to wake him up when his house caught on fire in a tragic accident that claimed the life of the heroic hound.     In December 2019, photographer, Cole Finney, 27, from Los Angeles, California, was sleeping soundly when he heard his pet dog, Bowie, bark loudly. Cole opened his eyes and noticed that his room was hazy; there was a thin layer of smoke in the air. He was alone in his rented shared house that he had moved into less than a week before. Heartbreak: Cole Finney, 27, has revealed how his beloved dog Bowie perished in a house fire after saving his owner's life  Terrifying: The LA-based photographer nearly died in the blaze, which was started by a furnace that caught fire while he was sleeping  No smoke alarms had gone off; the only alarm that went off was the sound of his wheaten terrier dog barking. So, he got up and put his hand on the door, which wasn't hot.  But when...
    You have to eat and you have to sleep, so why not make those two activities work together? A recent survey revealed that many Americans believed they weren’t getting enough deep sleep, leading them to feel tired more often. This lack of quality sleep reportedly affected the participants’ moods, health and even their marriages. If you're having trouble sleeping, it might be worth looking at the foods you eat before going to bed. (iStock) COULD A SIMPLE BLOOD TEST MEASURE AEROBIC FITNESS Foods that contain melatonin, a sleep-regulating hormone, can improve your sleep patterns, Healthline reports. Almonds, for example, contain melatonin along with magnesium, which has also been linked to improved sleep quality. Turkey has long been linked with drowsiness, likely due to the fact that it has tryptophan in it, an amino acid that increases the production of melatonin. Along with high levels of protein, turkey may be a good dinner choice before a well-rested evening. Also, chamomile tea has certain antioxidants in it that bind to receptors in your brain, to promote sleepiness. According to the Sleep Foundation, cottage...
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