A recently published study shines new light on the potential link between lack of deep sleep and the development of Alzheimer’s disease. When it comes to the proper functioning of the brain’s waste removal system, which works to clear out toxic proteins, not all sleep is the same. Deep sleep appears to be a key component in helping reduce one’s chances of developing the disease, while lack of deep sleep may increase the risk.

Sleep has been underrated as the best medicine to fight off disease say researchers working on a new study. The study titled, “Gαs-Coupled Receptor Signaling and Sleep Regulate Integrin Activation of Human Antigen-Specific T Cells,” was published this week in the Journal of Experimental Medicine.

Maintaining a proper bedtime routine and incorporating some healthy and useful habits into it will result in you getting a better night’s sleep and having productive mornings.

Unspoken words of mine

November 17, 2018 09:56 am

A dark night I was trying to sleep But when I close my eyes I see your beautiful face I try to forget you

It’s hard to overstate the benefits of a night’s rest for human memory, and neuroscientists are just beginning to understand why.

NEPALGUNJ, July 10: henever there is rainfall, the heartbeat of Durga Prasad Pandey of Khalla Jhagadiya in Phattepur increases and he starts praying. Rapti River which flows to the south of his house and the floods in various rivulets in the north often displace him and his family every year.

July 5: Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) is associated with changes to the structure of the brain that are also seen in the early stages of dementia, according to a study published in theEuropean Respiratory Journal [1].

Let them sleep

April 28, 2018 00:16 am

With our eyes closed, we feel that everything else is also sleeping but that’s not the case.

Sleep influences every aspect of your health, from weight loss to digestion and detoxification. So, if you have trouble sleeping or suffer from insomnia, you need to make these 12 lifestyle changes right now.

GULMI, August 23:  Since the beginning of monsoon, locals residing near Badighat River, Gulmi have not been able to get a proper sleep due to the fear of being swept away. Locals of these communities set their beds looking in the sky.

Sleep to burn fat

June 16, 2017 09:52 am

Arogya Healthy Home in Maharajgunj is a place where you can get rid of your body fat very easily. It has been running for three years now and has picked up quite a number of clients over the years. And why wouldn’t it? All you have to do is turn up for the sessions and watch what you eat for the duration of it. The Week talked to Ira Rimal, managing director of Arogya Healthy Home to find out more about this new age weight loss method.

Two found dead in sleep

May 31, 2017 11:05 am

MELAMCHI, May 31: Two persons were found dead in sleep at Shikharpur of Melamchi Municipality – 10 here in the district.

Oh! How wondrous it is to look at the empty sky. Every fleeting thought passes right through my eyes and it’s hard not to let out a sudden smile. “I’ve smiled before right?” I ask myself. Tonight, as the stars shine bright, mainly because I have new glasses and can finally see how clear the sky is, the radiant bluish black tint of the night sky kisses the light reflecting off the moon. Oh! How could I have ever failed to recognize the beauty of these moments?

Fitbit, whose devices encourage people to walk 10,000 steps each day, now wants to put them to sleep as well.

You’d think that feeling like a dry-eyed, gummy-mouthed zombie at work all day would be a good enough reason to go to bed at a reasonable time, but frankly, that’s what coffee is for. But, if you’re trying to motivate yourself to get more sleep, science has got your back:

Novel interactive app to improve sleep

November 3, 2016 09:36 am

Taking sleep monitoring one step further, researchers are developing an interactive app that uses sleep analytics to generate personalized recommendations to improve sleep of users.

MONTREAL, Oct 30: Digital distractions, and a more classical one, talking on the phone, are linked to shorter sleeping time and greater daytime sleepiness for teens, Canadian researchers say.