Night time sex chats
Grown-ups can try to do something about how we live, like putting mobile devices away, and dealing with stress, and uncomfortable room temperature.But what about schoolchildren who are sleep-deprived? So says a survey of thousands in Britain by Oxford Economics - a decent night’s sleep “outweighs sex, chatting, going for a walk, eating with family” when it comes to measuring personal well-being, according to The Guardian.It also says a healthy amount of rest is equivalent to having four times as much disposable income.Some parents said Singapore’s primary kids don’t get enough sleep, but it is a necessary trade-off.
It could have long-term impact on their health and on their grades.” - Director of Lifespan Learning and Sleep Laboratory Dagmara Dimitriou, of UCL Institute of Education.
“Ask them about what turns-ons are in bed and what they may not like,” says clinical sexologist Dr. “It can be a fun conversation as well, and when you approach it that way, then the two of you can enjoy the experience better.” Because communication is an essential factor in having great sex.
What kind of relationship do you have with this person?
According to neuroscientist Matthew Walker, sleep deprivation was increasing our risk of cancer, heart attack and Alzheimer’s disease.
In The Guardian article featuring his book, Why We Sleep, it was reported that more than 20 large-scale epidemiological studies all report the same clear relationship: The shorter your sleep, the shorter your life.