La technologie du neurofeedback, encore relativement méconnue, permet d'entraîner notre cerveau à mieux dormir. Découvrez cette méthode pour améliorer votre sommeil !
Author: valentin dubois
Your brain doesn’t sleep at night!
The point of sleeping is to get restorative sleep so you can recharge your batteries, but one of your organs remains constantly active nonetheless: the brain. How does the brain function during the night and why do we suffer sleep disturbances?
The Vicious Circle of Sleep and Burn-Outs
20% of white-collar workers say they have already experienced a burn-out. Pressure at work leads to poor sleep which in turn generates extra pressure at work. So let’s look at how we can sleep better and avoid burning-out.
Productivity and Workplace Napping
Nearly one-third of Americans sleep for less than 7 hours per night and say they are lacking sleep. As a result, they experience fatigue during their daily commutes and drowsiness at work, with an observed dip in quality and efficiency when doing...
How is Neurofeedback going to improve our lives?
We constantly manage a flood of information through cerebral activity. Our brain analyses it and sends regulatory signals: we call this feedback. Neurofeedback uses this natural ability as a solution so we can address some of our pathologies … by...
What are some natural methods to sleep better?
"Natural sleeping pills" are known to treat the symptoms, aimed at reducing the time spent on falling asleep and staying asleep. Whereas, classic sleeping pills mostly work on falling asleep, often by combining an anti-anxiety and hypnotic effect:...
Impact of poor sleep on our daily life
While many of us are aware of the consequences of poor sleep, some of us believe that the impact of sleep does not go beyond simple fatigue. In fact, insomnia and sleep disturbances lead to much more serious repercussions, in the short and medium...
How to improve one’s productivity at work?
Even though some people are proud of themselves for not getting enough sleep, studies have proven the importance of revitalizing sleep, both for our health and for one’s social life. Restful sleep decreases the risk of chronic diseases, while...
10 little things we don’t think about that disturb our sleep
People are sleeping less and less well, but it turns out our sleep difficulties can be explained by a wide array of factors. Whereas some of these are well known (pace of work, shifted sleep patterns, jet lag, stress…), some others are a little...
Arrange your bedroom and interior to live better … and sleep better!
Did you know that by arranging your bedroom well you can avoid making certain mistakes which can cause insomnia? Don’t forget that you spend 1/3 of your time in your bedroom! Discover our pointers to make your bedroom suitable for sleeping!
10 tips for good sleep
Good quality sleep contributes to each person’s mental and physical equilibrium. The fear of not being able to fall asleep can make you anxious. Luckily, there are a few tactics you can use: here are ten tips for getting good sleep.
What is the difference between good and bad sleep?
Although more and more people consider that they don’t sleep well, a good night’s sleep is actually measured both in terms of quantity (length) as well as quality (waking up early or during the night, problems falling asleep, etc.).