neurology" on something called sleep duncanness, when you can't quite wake up after resting and are intensely confused or disoriented. The study reveals 15% of people who experienced it in the last... See More
neurology" on something called sleep duncanness, when you can't quite wake up after resting and are intensely confused or disoriented. The study reveals 15% of people who experienced it in the last year and of that group more than half have an episode a week. Researchers say it could be a symptom of red flag for other problems that curb sleep quality. We have something whenever we go off the rails we know we can blame it on. I wasn't really drunk. I was just sleep drunk. But it is hard to get up sometimes. Yeah. You can't remember where you are. Especially after naps. You do it midday, you wake up. Yeah. All right. Also in the "Heat index" this morning, how to spend your money in a way that makes you really happy. There is a new report published in "The journal of consumer psychology" buying products that lead to experiences like sporting equipment, musical instrument, video games can make you happier than spending cash on a new pair of high heels. I don't know about that but researchers do say that experien experienceal products have you relate to others. This makes perfect sense. It's a gift that keeps on giving. Getting something more from it. I don't get much from buying high heels for myself. There is nothing like fining a great pair of heels on sale. On sale is the key, though, Lara. Oh, my. That's experiential. Tennis rackets. Anything you want. Next up in "Heat index." A selfie taking session. Hit epic proportions.
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