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A Quick Look At the Fascinating Science of Hibernation
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Did you know that the queen bee is the only one that survives winter? Or that bears swallow pine cones and their own hair to ensure they're "corked up" as they rest? And we're just getting started.
Want to Control Your Dreams? Try One of These 4 Lucid Dreaming Techniques
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Including the wake-back-to-bed and WILD techniques
A Dream Researcher Explains Where Nightmares Come From
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“As soon as I want to know about the dream, which is a narrative, I have to wake you up and ask you about it. But as soon as I wake somebody up, it’s a memory.”
The High-Tech Ways Athletes Hack Their Sleep
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Sleep affects energy, focus, and concentration. For athletes, quality sleep can bring more consistent performances, faster recovery times, higher motivation levels and better decision-making. Until the mid-90’s, this relationship betwee...
Dream Researcher Jordi Borràs García Explains the Value of Always Sharing Your Dreams
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According to the psychologist and renowned dream researcher, there's a lot to be learned from rehashing our REM reveries.
When Teleportation Exists, Our Brains Might Be Able to Navigate Through the Trip
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And new study suggests that the mind is even more awesome than we thought.
Deep Sleep Helps Strengthen Memories by Replaying Them
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We now know more than ever about the relationship between sleep and memory retention.
Yes, You Can Feel Real Pain in Your Dreams
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Even within the comforts of your dream world, sensations of physical pain can exist and feel devastatingly real.
Insomniacs Don't Look As Tired As They Think
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But well-slept people think they look better than they do.
Why Poor Sleep Makes Us Sad
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Sleep deprived people have a hard time keeping calm and carrying on.