We are living in the time of the world’s greatest economic growth and a lot of these trends will affect the way that names are used in all parts of the world in the 2020s and beyond.
We go beyond trends to show that there’s a name that will be very similar and even the same but will mean different things in a different part of the world. Blog: How to use an iPhone to have a better sleep Old blog: Are we having a bad night? Our sleep is one of the main factors that affects our level of well-being. Whether it’s a restless mind or nightmares, our sleep is crucial to our well-being.
A new survey by the Oxford Centre for Studies of Sleep confirms the importance of better bed time regularity. The Oxford centre finds that one in five adults sleep less than six hours a night but what about the rest of us?! We can either get an extra hour in bed. Find out more in this article on why being a good night’s sleep is vital to your happiness.
The Oxford Centre for Studies of Sleep have produced a report called Sleep in 2012. The report states that around 80% people are not getting enough sleep each night and that we are living longer and much happier. Check out the rest of the report here. Old blog: According to The Telegraph, the amount of sleep we need in the UK has improved from seven hours a night to 8.5 in 2009. Find out how to sleep through the night.
Sleep experts from the team at the renowned Royal Institute of Technology report that eight to 10 hours of sleep is all you need and the average person in the UK is getting only 6.5 hours a night. Find out what you need to sleep for better sleep and how you can get it with this comprehensive guide.
This new infographic from Sleep Intelligence uses statistics and data to show what the number of hours in a day of sleep have increased in the past decade.It is worth noting however, if you have never slept in for less sleep then you may need to consult your doctor about this. Old blog The following diagram shows an average amount of sleep it takes to keep up with the demands of the modern life.
This infographic shows how much sleep a good night sleep takes (shown below) on a basic level. The infographic also shows us the effects of poor sleep on our waking feelings and the damage that has been done to us by poor sleep. Sleep experts reveal the most common causes of poor sleep. Find out more about the causes and how to overcome them as the infographic show.Old blog You’ve never read a book in your life until you’ve read one of these.
From the makers of The Hunger Games, comes the most realistic and realistic simulation based on real issues.