DAWN Magazine

Stories about Sleep, Wellness, Beauty and Science

Sleep masks against Wrinkles? The anti-aging benefits of silk sleep masks

Sleep masks carry an often-unacknowledged power. They may be small in size, but this chunk of printed fabric not only helps you get your rightful snooze; it could also help you fight signs of aging.
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The Benefits of a Sleep Mask

This science-backed sleeping accessory may just be the thing you need to help you get your Zzzs.

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Around the World: What People Wear to Sleep

Did you know that there are many other sleepwear options around the world, and that they come with health benefits, as well as cultural legacies?
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Sleep and Work – The Case for Napping

Sleeping on the job is a delicate subject usually frowned upon by everyone else in the workplace, until it became a trend
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How Likely Are You to Sleep in These Conditions?

Have you ever found trouble sleeping on a plane, on a coach, or on a long bus ride? You're not alone.
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Sleep Apnoea – What is It and What Can Help Treat It?

This sleeping disorder is so common even to seemingly-healthy people; know more about its effects and how to treat it.

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The Signs You Had a Good Sleep

Did you sleep well last night? Here are tell-tale signs that you got enough sleep, and tips on how to keep on achieving it

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How Do Sleeping Pills Work?

“Pop the pill” is a common advice to people who can’t sleep, but do sleeping aids really work, and will they have negative side-effects in the body?

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How Do Sleep Labs Work?

Sleeping issues, in some cases, are conveniently resolved through a cup of warm tea, a page of your favourite book, or a playlist of ambient music. In other cases, it does not. During the nights where you stare helplessly on your ceiling, having done all things possible to get your snooze on but failed, perhaps going to a sleep lab is your best option.
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The Different Stages of Sleep

According to Independent UK, sleep happens in two broad stages: the NREM, or the non-rapid eye movement, and the REM, or the rapid eye movement. NREM sleep, the light-to-deep sleep, is where the mind form memories and associates them with words and visuals.
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