There’s a lot that goes on in bed. While sex may be crucial to the survival of our species, it turns out that sleep and dreaming may be almost as important. Human beings spend a third of their lives sleeping, and lately we have learned more about how the amount and quality of our sleep can affect our lives and health. Research has been advanced by the use of brain imaging, allowing more opportunities for insight into the sleeping brain. And doctors are emphasizing that getting adequate and quality sleep is essential to maintaining wellness.

It’s not just doctors: media titan Arianna Huffington has written a book called The Sleep Revolution: Transforming Your Life, One Night at a Time. She has a TED  Talk on it as well.

Too little sleep can lead to a suppressed immune system, hypertension, and even obesity (sleep deprivation…

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