16 ways to beat that groggy feeling in the morning

16 Ways To Beat That Groggy Morning Feeling

Sleep Inertia

Hitting Snooze? How Sleep Inertia Makes It Hard to Wake and What To Do

What are the symptoms of sleep inertia and how does it make it hard to wake up?

How Does Sleep Inertia Make it Hard to Wake Up?

Hitting Snooze? How Sleep Inertia Makes It Hard to Wake and What To Do

One of the most popular of the sleep-related apps for iPhone, 'Sleep Cycle' works by tracking your movements during the night.

Focus on Fatigue, Issue 41: Sleep inertia

Focus on Fatigue, Issue Sleep inertia - InterDynamics

Why We Drool in Our Sleep: We produce over a liter of saliva per day...is it a medical concern if some of it drools out?

Are You Slobbering on Your Pillow While You Sleep?

Learn better sleep guidelines and 10 ways to get a better night's sleep tonight.

Sleep inertia - scholarly article

Morning sleep inertia in alertness and performance: effect of cognitive domain and white light conditions.

I used to suffer from a serious condition called BCI. (Butt-on-Couch Inertia.)  It's a terrible affliction whereby the sufferer's butt is superglued to the couch in the evenings amidst the magical stillness and silence of the late-night hours. This chronic condition is exacerbated by peacefully sleeping children, netflix or a good book, and an excessively comfortable couch or recliner.

How I Finally Kicked My Staying-Up-Too-Late Habit (Introducing the Go-to-Bed Challenge

Sleep inertia

Get up and at 'em early - take advantage of the no commute and tackle things that are most time-consuming in the am. Then, you'll be able to address the many unforeseen issues that are bound to arise during the remainder of the day.

12 Facts About Sleep Inertia

Do you ever feel so groggy after you wake up that you can’t wake up? Then you are probably experiencing what’s known as “sleep inertia.” Here are 12 facts…

How Naps Affect Your Brain and Why You Should Have One Every Day: Sleeping for the wrong length of time can give you sleep inertia—that feeling of waking up groggy and even more tired than you were before.

How Naps Affect Your Brain and Why You Should Have One Every Day

[Sleep Inertia] The Science Behind What Naps Do For Your Brain--And Why You Should Have One Today - Fast Company

sleep disorder.

Sleep inertia refers to the feeling of grogginess most people experience after awakening. Read the reasons behind sleep inertia and the ways to overcome it.

Maria Konnikova explains why hitting the snooze button actually makes the wake-up process more difficult, and looks at better ways to feel rested.

Snoozers Are, in Fact, Losers

Social Jetlag: The Trouble with Snooze Buttons (and with Modern Sleep) : The New Yorker

How to Wake Up Without Feeling Sluggish via @byrdiebeauty

How to Wake Up Without Feeling Sluggish

We ask a sleep expert to tell it to us straight. via How to wake up and not feel sluggish

CPAP Community - View topic - CPAP Basics - 23 - Sleep Inertia

CPAP Community - View topic - CPAP Basics - 23 - Sleep Inertia

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