sleep

Navigating Your Sleep Schedule With A Time Change

Mar 20, 2021
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Kailey Foster: You may have noticed you lost an hour of sleep last week because of daylight savings. Joining me today is Emma Campbell, a health and wellness intern with USU extension to talk about how daylight savings can affect our sleep.

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2020 has been rough. I don’t know about you, but there were a lot of times this year that I just wanted to go to sleep and wake up a few months later. Well, it turns out that someday we might be able to do that. Some scientists think humans might, in the future, be able to hibernate. And while that’s a long ways off, there’s a lot we can learn from hibernating species in the meantime.

University of Toronto Magazine

Have you ever wondered where your dreams come from? Why they’re so hard to remember? Today on Access Utah, we explore the mysteries of the unconscious mind. We'll go over tips on how to get a good night’s sleep, remember more about what you dream, and conjure lucid dreams. 

Allan Peterkin is Professor of Psychiatry and Family Medicine at the University of Toronto where  he heads the Program In Health, Arts and Humanities and serves as Humanities Faculty Lead for Undergraduate Medical education and Post-MD Studies.

 

University of Utah Health

This week on UnDisciplined, we're talking about life hacks, including some that work — like do-it-yourself glucose balancing devices used by increasing numbers of individuals with diabetes — and some that don't, like the common practice of using weekends for recovery sleep. 

National Institutes of Health

This week on UnDisciplined, we're talking about why we don't do the things we know we should do. Why, for instance, don't we get as much sleep as we're supposed to? And why do we often withhold information from our doctors?