A Simple Test Will Reveal Your Deepest Fear
This simple test will reveal if you’re sleep deprived
All you need is a spoon and a metal tray
There’s nothing worse than curling up into bed after a long, hard day and not being able to simply nod off into the land of slumber. Instead you find yourself lying there, watching the hours passing you by until you have to get up and face the day again.
According to the NHS, one in three of us suffers from poor sleep. Though this is hardly surprising after one recent study revealed that the majority of us only get six hours sleep a night, as opposed to the optimum eight hour recommendation.
If you find that you do have trouble falling asleep, then yoga for insomnia might just be the way forward. For those of you who have no problem drifting off but suffer from a restless night sleep then we’d recommend taking a look at how to solve weird sleep disorders to work out what you’re suffering from and how to fix it.
As well as causing bad moods and an inability to focus, sleep deprivation can also lead to serious health conditions, such as obesity, diabetes and heart disease. But how do you work out if you’re actually sleep deprived or just a bit tired?
Well, according to Dr Michael Mosley, all you need is a spoon and a metal tray to find out the answer.
Developed by researcher Nathaniel Kleitman at the University of Chicago, The Sleep Onset Latency Test is thought to reveal if you are suffering sleep deprivation.
‘It’s based on solid science,’ Mosley writes inThe Mail.
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