So, according to scientists, humans spend about one-third of their lives merely sleeping.
Sure doesn’t feel like it with finals coming up.
We students are all dragging ourselves to those study sessions and groups, occupying libraries, falling asleep over our dining commons food – anything to remove ourselves far far far away from our soft beds with our favorite comforter and squishy pillows and and our fantasies kissing Joseph Gordon-Levitt/Adriana Lima (take your pick) and … and …
Ah, it’s so easy to drone on about our relationships with sleep (and the ones we imagine about while doing so). And for very good reason.
UC Berkeley researches have discovered that sleep, read more »