Some people sleep walk, some people sleep talk, some people 'sleep sex'.
6. Making a huge effort not to wake up your partner.  9. Being unable to understand people who have ‘brunch’ in the afternoon
A few more hours sleep every night wouldn’t just make us feel better, it would also mean our blood doesn’t need to be 99
Waking up in the middle of the night to find you are either a hot mess or about to lose your fingers to hypothermia is an
It's perhaps not surprising then that, of the two-thirds (64%) of Britons we polled who have never used an app to monitor their sleep, 42% said they would consider doing so in the future. Sleep apps can track what time you fall asleep, wake up and how many times your sleep is disturbed in between
At least once a day, you’ll hear about how tired a colleague is, or you’ll be telling them about your own lack of sleep. Now