Sleep Less but Feel Fresh: 11 Ways to Combat Sleep Deprivation

Sleep Less but Feel Fresh: 11 Ways to Combat Sleep Deprivation

About the Author

Ashley Hayes

My name is Ashley Hayes and I am the editor in chief at SleepHeavn. It has been almost a decade since I was first diagnosed with Insomnia. But believe me, since then I have absorbed myself in this intriguing world of sleep. Over the years, I have researched about sleep, talked to experts, read hundreds of journals and talked to family and friends to collect their experiences about sleep, sleep products and all that affects sleep.

Comments (5)

Mitzi Ganados Salcedo - January 22, 2020

Thank you because I’ll be able to apply some of these tips. Just a random question, what font did you use? I love how fancy-formal-looking it is!

erickana - February 11, 2020

The font is Laila. I checked on the source code

Thecrafty-woman - February 17, 2020

Great stuff…I used to take 10-15-minute nap after lunch, it increases my energy to work effectively check our blog

JujutsuShodan - February 21, 2020

I got spoiled with 1-hour breaks in which most of my colleagues and myself would take a powernap during my internship in China. Now that I’ve continued my school course am I working as an intern in The Netherlands. These days do I feel so tired, having to work fulltime again, not like in school, whilst having no opportunity to take midday naps like I used to last year… Thank you for posting these tips, I’ll try to use these.

Kinnera - April 2, 2020

A great and a practical to implement article. Thank you 😊


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