I don't know about you but I have a hard time getting up in the morning. Currently I have four different alarms that go off about every ten to fifteen minutes to wake me up at 4 am. To be honest it barely works, So what is a guy to do? Well this young inventor may have solved the problem.
Maybe it's you, maybe it's your hubby or your wife? Someone in your house is probably a snorer! And, I'm sure you thought you tried everything! From those crazy nasal strips to that T-shirt with a tennis ball in the back! But nothing has worked, right? Until now!
A recent study in Brazil found that doing a few simple tongue exercises each day can help
Andrew Rector, 26, fell asleep during the April 13 game between the Yankees and Red Sox, the cameras picked it up, shown on national television and the announcers poked fun at him. Then, the video went viral
Oh, great, another thing to worry about! Researchers at Cambridge University in England just published the results of a 13-year study of more than 16,000 people . . . and they found people who regularly take naps are much more likely to DIE YOUNG
Are you the tossing and turning type? Boy, I sure am. If someone sneezes in Utica, I wake up. I know I should go for one of those sleep studies, but the thought of wires connected to me while being told to relax? I don't think that's gonna happen. Anyway, here are some things you should know about it.
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