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Why is sleep important for your brain?

Why is sleep important for your brain?

Your brain is the most complicated part of your body. It houses all of the necessary functional capability to be human. It is studied in three different parts, the forebrain, the midbrain, and the hindbrain. There are several different parts of the brain at play when dealing with sleep. the hypothalamus is a small structure located deep inside the brain (inner brain located in hind-brain) that contains groups of nerve cells that are responsible for controlling sleep and arousal. Within

Sep 30th 2020

The Science Behind Blackout Curtains

The Science Behind Blackout Curtains

Using our ‘thermashield” technology, we strategically develop each of our window curtains with the capabilities to block incoming UV-rays from sunlight, save energy costs, and dampen outside noise. While manufacturing with the customer in mind, we want you to understand the process of how our technology is applied to each curtain. Diving DeeperThermal Insulated CurtainsProviding 85-90% blackout effectiveness using the 3-layer method, thermal insulated blackout curtains have a rich, quality fee

Sep 30th 2020

How Blackout Curtains Help With A Better Night's Sleep

How Blackout Curtains Help With A Better Night's Sleep

The American medical journals tells us that sleep for adults should vary from 7 to 9 hours per night. Sleeplessness is becoming more and more of a problem in the U.S. with more people complaining about having sleeping issues than any other time in our history. Your body needs to rest.  Why is sleep so important?Over 65 million people in the U.S. suffer from insomnia. Most of us are not getting close to adequate sleep per day. Many not only struggle with falling asleep but staying asl

Sep 30th 2020

FAQ : Sleeping Disorders, Sleep Patterns, Sleep Related Issues

FAQ : Sleeping Disorders, Sleep Patterns, Sleep Related Issues

Why do we sleep?A: Sleep is an intricate part of our biology. Sleep seems to be necessary to ensure proper functioning of the nervous system.Newborns require a great deal of sleep. True or false?A: True. They sleep from 11 to 18 hours per day, with short periods of 1-3 hours spent awake just to be able to feed and have a bowel movement. Newborns require help with developing their sleeping routine as they grow due to the lack of an active circadian rhythm.There are five stages of sleep. True or

Sep 30th 2020

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