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How does poor sleep cause circles under one's eyes?

These dark circles can likely be attributed to vascular network prominence caused by hollowing of the contents of the orbital rim, pigmentary changes in the periorbital area caused by extravasated ...
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Can flatulence be a cause of sleeplessness?

Flatulence, which is likely associated with abdominal distention and thus some discomfort, can disturb sleep. Sources: Functional Abdominal Bloating with Distention (ISRN Obstetrics and Gynecology, ...
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How to prevent sleepiness at study time?

Well, in order to avoid sleeping while studying, just follow this steps below: 1.Switch the Lights On. Don't even think about studying in just the lamplight at night. 2.Sit in Front of a Table. 3....
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Exactly what triggers the release of Melatonin?

Melatonin synthesis and secretion (pineal gland) is enhanced by darkness and inhibited by light (photons). DOI: 10.1530/ror.0.0030013 PMID: 9509985
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How much caffeine intake a day is still safe for health?

I have found an article published in November 2017 that states: "Evidence supported consumption of ≤400 mg/day in adults is not associated with overt, adverse effects." Link to the article: https://...
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What drugs can keep you awake for long time?

The most popular drug that can keep people awake for long time is caffeine. Most caffeine pills contain a 200mg dose, about the same as the average 12-ounce cup of coffee.
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Effects of not sleeping at night

Increased risk of disease. Heightened blood pressure. Weakened immune system and reduced effectiveness of certain vaccinations. Stress. Greater risk of death. Impaired creativity. Moodiness. Lower ...
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Why do I wake up so many times in the middle of the night

AFAIK: It's pretty normal as long that you don't have trouble getting back to sleep. Try to google 'sleep cycles' to learn more about how the brain functions. Basically we have, I recall, 4 stages of ...
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