Experts explain whether oversleeping is actually harmful to your health.
Do you tend to oversleep or sleep longer than normal? How do you notice activity level, foods, or things you do before bed affecting your sleep need? Read on to learn about the effects of oversleeping, what to look out for and how to work towards getting healthy, quality slumber.
Yes, too much sleep is possible.
Regularly logging more than nine hours of sleep a night may be a sign of an underlying medical condition, but it also puts
Your alarm goes off at 7 a.m. sharp. You decide to hit the snooze button. The alarm stops and you let out a sigh of relief, letting your heavy lids drift shut for a few more minutes. Only, it isn't a few more minutes. You startle awake and have a mini panic attack. You know you won't have time to get ready, so what should you do?
Two minutes. That is not a lot of time to shower, shave, answer nature's call, meditate, dress, review a stack of yellow-highlighted note cards, and descend 12 flights to Ballroom "A."