When you start working odd hours, the toll to your normal bodily rhythms can be enormous. Here's how to ensure the transition is smooth.
"I can always tell when it's starting because my room gets incredibly cold and everything grows silent."
The Mattermark CEO on awkward interviews, her "movie-quality dreams" and how she trained herself to get up at 5 a.m.
Those who suffer from the sleep disorder hear phantom noises as they're falling asleep, leading to shortened nights and constant stress.
The Grey Lady's Chief Film Critic discusses underrated films, that time Roger Ebert fell asleep at a screening and his "very trashy and plot driven" dreams.
Cocaine’s effect, the authors concluded, “is unique in sleep medicine.”
It all comes down to a question of chronotype and a little something called the "morning morality effect."
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