Full Moon Affect?
The full moon might have an impact on your sleep. Nope, it’s not just a myth! Several studies have found that people sleep, on average, 20 minutes less than usual on full moon nights, and take five minutes longer to fall asleep.
But intriguingly, less sleep during a full moon doesn’t necessarily mean worse sleep. In fact, we experience an average of 30 minutes more REM sleep on these moon bright nights. REM, or Rapid Eye Movement, is the sleep stage in which dreams take place — the deep sleep state that is vital for learning processes, memory, and stable moods.
Are you someone who thinks that sleep just isn’t that important for you? You get by on a few hours of broken sleep and because you manage day-to-day,…