sleep

  1. Sefton10

    Thyroid Dysfunction and Sleep Disorders

    https://doi.org/10.3389/fendo.2021.725829 Abstract Thyroid disorders and sleep disorders are common problems in the general population that can affect people of all ages, backgrounds, and sexes, but little is known about their clinical associations. We reviewed the literature assessing the...
  2. haidut

    Hyperserotonemia confirmed as a cause of autism and insomnia

    Given the flood of recent studies lately, with virtually identical findings as the study below, I don't think much needs to be said. So much for "serotonin is the happiness hormone"...Yet despite the solid evidence implicating serotonin as a (if not THE) major cause of autism, even this study...
  3. Hans

    Serotonin dubs thee sleepless

    How often do you still hear that serotonin helps with sleep? Well if someone says that to you again, show them this. https://men-elite.com/2021/06/17/serotonin-dubs-thee-sleepless/
  4. Twohandsondeck

    6 easy sleep tips (come and share yours!)

    Eat the last meal of the day at least 2 hours away from bedtime. (Blood can then be used for brain repair instead of digestion). Put cell phones on airplane mode while asleep. (Prevents it from irradiating nearby asleep persons). Stand on or hold a small piece of aluminum foil for 1-2 minutes...
  5. F

    Too much REM sleep vs too low Deep sleep

    Hi guys, since some months I'm experiencing high REM sleep and low deep sleep. Not only anecdotal, also my tracker is confirming this, even if deep sleep seems to be within normal ranges. I have no problems in falling asleep and, while I don't get up frequently, dreams (they are not...
  6. F

    Why does Sildenafil and other PDE5 inhibitors help my sleep?

    I know they are not good and I rarely use them but. But on the rare occasions that I do I nearly always sleep better. I never have a problem falling asleep but I typically wake up between 1 and 3am - usually closer to 1am though However when I take a PDE5 inhibitor I typically make it till...
  7. Lokzo

    Top 5 Underground Sleep Hacks You must Know

    Guys, my latest video is LIVE. I talk all about my favourite sleep hacks. What's been a game-changer for your sleep?
  8. username

    After I work out with moderate intensity I sleep very poorly and get very anhedonic, depressed, and anxious. What is my body telling me?

    I will probably post some questions about this again in the future as I am extremely tired, anhedonic, depressed, and feel like I am always on the cusp of a panic attack (though I never actually have one), so I don't know if I can't really flesh this out. I am a male of 29 years. 5'10". 185lb...
  9. B

    Confused about Caffeine

    Hi everyone, I wanted to post this topic because it has been on my mind obsessively for the past couple weeks. I read Ray peat and Haidut's studies on caffeine and got real excited at the prospect of caffeine because I usually feel better cognitively and less anxiety on average when using...
  10. M

    Vitamin D Supplementation is Improving my Sleep

    For the past few months I've been taking an oral vitamin D supplement, and I'm sleeping better than I have since I was a kid. Some nights I don't wake up to pee, which is really significant for me, because typically I get up at least twice. I'm taking a 4000IU supplement on average three times...
  11. koreus

    Waking up early with painful morning wood

    I usually go to bed between 11pm and 12am and sleep 8 - 9 hours but lately I have been waking up at 5 or 6am with extreme morning wood. It's actually a little painful and causes me to wake up. I usually fall back asleep within 10 to 15 minutes but the remaining sleep is not restful and I need...
  12. Lokzo

    Inclined Bed Therapy Health Benefits

  13. MyUsernameHere

    How Do You Ensure A Good Night's Sleep?

    This is one of these issues that's been plaguing me for 2-3 years now. Actually, it's been plaguing me since I started working. I figure that's at least part of the issue - it's subconscious, or psychosomatic, whatever. Why do I think? Because it's almost exclusively an issue when I have to go...
  14. ScurveDream

    Chronic Pain Relieved Greatly By Benadryl/diphenhydramine & Nightmares (story-time)?

    I'm including details here that I've never told anyone/written that much about to my knowledge, but all of it does not need to be read if you're not used to my extremely long, often (arguably) strange posts I make here. So I was going to post here about it (the pain), but figured it would be a...
  15. Grapelander

    Lucid Dreaming: Increased Connectivity Between Frontopolar Cortex & Temporoparietal Areas

    Frequent lucid dreaming associated with increased functional connectivity between frontopolar cortex and temporoparietal association areas. Compared to controls, the frequent lucid dream group showed significantly increased resting-state functional connectivity between left aPFC and bilateral...
  16. L

    T4 Causes Sleep Problems At Nights?

    I have read that it should actually improve sleep, and make you relaxed and sleepy but me and another person I give the t4 both experience insomnia or only a few hours of sleep in total, with tossing and turning, when we take it in the evenings. The dose is 25 mcg. Has anybody else experienced...
  17. Velve921

    Saw Success With A Sleep Combination

    Last night I experimented with this: 1mg of cypro 5mg of doxylamine succinate 5mg of theanine ice cream sea salt I normally wakeup 1x per night to urinate and have a history with an excessive urination issue. With this combination I went through the entire night without waking up and woke up...
  18. S.Seneff

    Micronutrient Inadequacy In Short Sleep: Analysis Of The NHANES 2005–2016

    Chioma J. Ikonte, Jonathan G. Mun, [...], and Susan Hazels Mitmesser One third of U.S. adults report short sleep (<7 h), which has been linked to negative health outcomes. Inadequate intake of micronutrients across the U.S. adult population has been reported, and a relationship between sleep...
  19. x-ray peat

    Inclined Bed Therapy - Sleeping With The Head End Of The Bed Elevated

    I was surprised to see that there wasn't a thread dedicated to discussing people's experience with it so here we go. At the risk of stating the obvious, it is just raising the head of your bed 6 inches and sleeping at an incline. It has been reported to achieve some impressive health results...
  20. Dan Wich

    KMUD: 2-17-17 The Precautionary Principle (Part 2)

    Direct MP3 link | Podcast setup This one was another mix of higher-level discussion with specific caller questions. The topics include: power sources (nuclear, coal), "personality" characteristics and health issues, body fat percentages, sleep, and bias in studies. I'm glad to have...
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