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Joshua Turner
Joshua Turner

Warm On A Cold Night (2023) EP 123 Hours Ago ~UPD~


A recent study found that people who get fewer than six hours of sleep experience 1.5 times more asthma attacks and have a poorer health-related quality of life than those who sleep the recommended 7 to 9 hours each night. Poor sleep in people with asthma may also be related to the presence of other health conditions, including sleep disorders, and the stimulating effects of asthma medications.




Warm on a Cold Night (2023) EP 123 hours ago


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In my city (I live in Ukraine, Dnepr) weather is warm, sunny, and comfortable in summer, i like go out with my friends and have fun. But not always i have got so weather. For example in spring i love only end of April and beginning of May, March doesn't amuse me at all. Especially amuses me first warm days in a year after winter. What can i say about autumn, it is beautiful season but a bit sadd. My least favourite season is winter, in spite of wonderful Christmas evening and etc., i do not like winter because of she's very cold days, when i want to stay at home and do not want to go anywhere.


Many summer SAD symptoms are the same as those for winter depression, although there are some differences. The longer daylight hours and shorter nights mean that if you have summer SAD, you're more likely to sleep too little rather than too much. To promote sleep, your doctor may suggest taking melatonin supplements to make up for your body's lower production. Changing your sleeping patterns by going to bed earlier at night (as soon as it gets dark in some cases) and rising earlier in the morning can also help to reset your body's circadian rhythms. 041b061a72


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