to connectVideoCatching to a rest at the weekend may not be the cause of your weight gain, study shows
A new study shows that catching up on sleep on weekends does not make up for the negative health effects of sleep deprivation during the week. In fact, it can cause you to gain weight.
Early risers and night owls alike are cooing over and a schedule, the 18, popular sleeping positions in a hilarious Twitter thread, which has since gone viral.
On Sunday, a Twitter user with The Bell, shares the must-see’s in the picture with the numbered pictures. It includes 15 photos of the man, and the three images of a woman, snuggled in a pillow, getting a good night’s sleep, and if they are spread out in a variety of ways.
“I’m a Number 9, where are you?” Bell asked, in a post that has since received more than 12,800 likes, as well as the 1300 shares, and 5,000 for the notes.
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A lot of users have shared their own personal go-to position, while others have pointed out, is that there are just a couple of photos of the women highlighted in the chart, it’s a joke that women should not be allowed to go to sleep, while the men got to relax and play with the more “exotic” items.
Some of the commenters admitted that she hasn’t been able to compare with the photos at all, because of their preference for going to sleep with their phone, or a dog, in the buff.
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More seriously, some of the Twittizens to wonder how some of the “weirdos” you stayed in one position while you sleep through the night, in the first place.
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In some good news for a network of enthusiasts, a recent study has shown that during the day the snooze button, once or twice a week, you can take advantage of it to heart.