A sleep-study has revealed the importance of the evening hours.
The study, conducted by scientists at the Universidad de San Luis Potosi, found that in order to make sleep a more effective option for everyone, researchers recommend a nightly sleep pattern.
According to the study, the night before you go to bed, it is important to have a good night’s sleep.
The researchers suggested that having an uninterrupted night’s rest can help you to get into a better rhythm for the night.
The researchers also suggested that you should keep a diary of the time you spend awake and sleep, to be able to plan your rest for the next night.
“It is important that you have a solid night’s wake-up routine, and that you stay on top of this sleep,” said professor Jose Luis Guzman, from the Université de San Jose.
“When we wake up, it’s important to keep a log and document your sleep habits, and make sure you do not go to sleep in a way that is out of balance.”
The study involved a group of 30 healthy adults and 30 students who had participated in a sleep study for the past four months.
During the night, they were told to sleep on the couch, on the floor, or in a chair.
The participants were then divided into two groups: those who slept in a recliner, and those who were able to sit up straight.
Researchers found that the participants who were unable to sleep while lying down did not wake up until after 5:00am.
In a study by the same team, participants were given a sleep test to make sure that they were getting enough sleep.
They were then told to wake up at 6:00 am.
During this time, researchers used a timer to make them stay awake for 45 minutes.
After that, the participants were allowed to go to the restroom.
They then had to record their time of wake-ups.
After the 45 minutes were up, the researchers gave them a questionnaire to collect information about their sleep habits.
The results showed that those who went to bed in a room without a chair, were less likely to fall asleep at 6am, and they were more likely to sleep for longer.