Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Intensity of waking hours affects sleep

A paper published in the journal Sleep states that "wakefulness associated with exposure to an enriched environment and with high levels of exploratory activity" is more likely to lead to a good night's sleep.


What this implies is that passive activities, such as watching TV, are more likely to lead to a restless night's sleep.


—Mellow Monk


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