The snooze button – one of life’s luxuries. But is it really helping you out, or making you more tired? H/T AsapSCIENCE
It’s often said that yawning is contagious. If you see someone yawning, you suddenly feel the urge to yawn yourself. Daniel Mercadante assembled this collage, using found footage, to give you an easy tool to test out the hypothesis.
Scientists at Northwestern University have discovered that slow-wave sleep, often referred to as deep sleep, can serve to boost our memory and improve our learning powers. Now, neuroscientist Ken Paller and his team are studying the connection between memory and sleep, and the possibilities of boosting memory storage while you snooze.