Every individual has unique needs and preferences, and the answer to how much sleep you need is no different.
Insomnia, defined as “habitual sleeplessness”, is something that many of us experience at one point or another. It can be chronic, where symptoms appear at least 3 nights a week for longer than a month, or on a temporary basis.
– Don’t consume caffeine late in the day: Caffeine can stay elevated in your blood for 6–8 hours. Therefore, drinking large amounts of coffee after 3–4 p.m. is not recommended — especially if you are sensitive to caffeine or have trouble sleeping.
White noise is broadly spread across the spectrum, low-frequency, midrange, and high-frequency sounds.
There are 4 stages when we sleep: 1,2,3 (Non-REM (NREM) sleep) and REM (rapid eye movement) sleep.