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Polyphasic Sleep

Alarmy (Sleep If You Can)

Whether you are engaged in polyphasic, biphasic, or monophasic sleep patterns everyone sometimes has a hard time waking up and staying awake. It’s so hard at times to resist that temptation of just slapping the snooze button or turning off the alarm altogether.

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Polyphasic Sleep

The Allostatic Load: Overfilling the Cup

Among the many processes our bodies go through, homeostasis is one of the most important. Homeostasis is our body's ability to find balance and regulate itself to continue functioning.

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Polyphasic Sleep

Binaural Beats: Sleep and Meditation

Meditation is a great way to relieve stress and anxiety. Extensive studies have shown that regular practitioners of meditation can alter their brain waves and trigger the restorative properties of the parasympathetic nervous system. This has been shown to reduce recovery times from traumatic injuries.

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Brain Waves and What They Mean to You

Throughout the day, our moods and focus shift depending on what we are doing. This shift in attention is reflected in our brain waves. Brain waves are talked about a lot in mainstream science and media but not a lot of people really know what they are or where they come from.

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Buckminster Fuller: Dymaxion Living

Buckminster Fuller was born on July 12, 1895, in Milton Massachusettes. From a young age, he was constantly trying to solve problems. He would often make things from objects he obtained in the forest. Fuller Studied at Harvard until he was expelled for lack of interest in the school environment.