Causes & effects for sleep deprivation

Causes & effects for sleep deprivation

In medical circles, the concept of sleep still remains one of the most elusive and least understood topics, which is ironic because at least one third of our lives are spent in this state. Today we are going to break down the concept and have a scrutinizing look at some of the chemical and biological reasons as to why sleep is so important in our lives and the reasons for sleep deprivation, along with the inevitable consequences of such. Sleep deprivation basically refers to a state in which an individual does not get an adequate amount of sleep. Here are some of the reasons why this happens. Causes – Academic life There has been a lot of research to suggest that students are especially susceptible to one or more forms of sleep deprivation, owing to their extremely busy schedules, very early classes and extensive course syllabuses. The studies show that most of the students during their early years of college receive less than...
Top tips for making your home feel cozy

Top tips for making your home feel cozy

Moving into a new house on your own is hard already, but even harder is the task to make it feel like a home rather than just a house. This can go for anyone moving into a new place and leaving their old homes behind. Getting used to a new house is difficult and can take a long time, but by decorating it in a certain style or incorporating some of the same things from your previous home, it can help the journey be a lot easier. Here are a few more tips on how you can make your house feel cozier and more like a real home, rather than just somewhere you live. Here are some top elements of your house that you can adjust to help make it feel cozier and welcoming: Adjust the lighting, natural and synthetic Softer lighting often can make your home feel cozier and more inviting. Harsh and bright lighting often is too hard on the eyes and can make your house seem hard rather than soft. Having curtains or cloth blinds on your windows is a good...
5 tips for designing an entertaining-ready kitchen

5 tips for designing an entertaining-ready kitchen

Most of us love to spend our weekends and evenings with our nearest and dearest, and our perfect home would allow all of these special people to gather for special occasions, celebrations or just a relaxed catch-up. If you enjoy hosting parties, having large family gatherings, or friends over for dinner, you’ll surely be dreaming of the perfect entertaining-ready kitchen. The ideal space would involve plenty of room for your guests to relax and socialize comfortably, but also plenty of space for you to prepare, cook up and serve a feast. However, just having a large room and big appliances is not enough; there’s far more to think about. There are lots of details that need to be correct to make any party or gathering go smoothly, and be enjoyable for the cook as well as the guests. Not only should your kitchen be functional, but to set the right mood for parties and gatherings, it needs to be dazzlingly stylish, too — certainly a...
The trifecta of a counterproductive direction

The trifecta of a counterproductive direction

Ever think you needed to do something and then got distracted by someone or something on social media? Have you ever been overcome with worry so you froze and just stood and stared into space not sure what to do about a problem? Did you ever spend a day at the shopping mall using a card buying purchases you can’t afford trying to impress someone or improve your status or to make you feel better about some problem in your life? It’s stand to reason that the Distraction, Worry and Excess mindset concentration could be described as a trifecta that exacerbates many of our problems and that actually effects our ability to get things done. Let’s face facts there are Distractions all around us. Television, movies, social media, friends and even family can leave us frustrated when our day ends without anything done. It is important to think about other things that can affect us such as living situation and daily habits. Many things we spend...

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