Funny video of a North Korean soldier that fall asleep during Kim Il-sung birthday
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Does your puppy go from energetic and playful to sleepy in minutes? Does he run around and then fall wide tired from falling asleep anywhere? Is the champion drowsy, especially after playing or walking? If you are wondering, it is normal for a growing puppy to sleep between 15 and 20 hours a day. Although it seems too much, keep in mind that newborn babies sleep 90% of the time!
Your puppy can also have the gift of falling asleep almost instantly, sometimes in the middle of an activity, such as eating or playing. Although this drowsiness may be surprising, you don't normally have to worry. Especially in the first year, your little canine friend will alternate periods of energy and intense activity (including running, jumping and biting, to name just a few things your puppy loves) with a lot of sleep and a lot of drowsiness.
The more active he is, the more he will have to sleep. As you grow older, your baby will start to sleep less. But even adult dogs sleep a lot, on average 50-65% of the time. So, rest assured, it's better to let him sleep! You can also try our tips to give him a good quality sleep, which he needs to grow into a happy and healthy adult.
A dog's sleep cycle is divided into two types of sleep: slow wave sleep (SWS) and fast eye movement (REM). Usually, when you see a dog falling asleep during the day for a short time, it enjoys slow-wave sleep, which is marked by an easier form of sleep and less brain activity.
The reason why it is not so unusual to see a dog sleeping at various times during the day is that they do not have a normal sleep regime. Unlike people, whose sleep is partially dictated by a "biological clock" known as the circadian rhythm, the sleep pattern of dogs is dictated by the fact that they sleep for shorter periods that may occur during the day. These sleep intervals are also necessary - dogs have fewer REM sleep periods compared to humans and therefore need more rest in general.
One of the most fascinating aspects of canine sleep is that they can sleep virtually anywhere. Sometimes the way they turn and turn their body doesn't seem so comfortable. However, there is no denying that a sleeping puppy is most often adorable, regardless of position.
The most inherent sleeping position for a dog is to curl up in the ball position. Although it is believed to be the least restful for them, they practice this position because it protects their body and helps them retain heat. The dog inherits these functions from its wild ancestors, which such tactics have helped to avoid predators and keep their body warm when they are not sheltered.
On the other hand, when a dog sleeps on its back it is clear that it feels safe in its environment. You will see that this position is adopted more by indoor dogs than by those who live in nature because the comfort of the space you have created for him allows him to let his guard down. It is also considered the most comfortable and restful position for a dog.
Another position that conveys a similar safety message is the side-lying position (lying on its side). Like lying on your back, it is considered a very restful position. It is also a position that demonstrates the confidence of knowing that you will not have to defend yourself from any predator or be forced to move at any time.
The other sleeping position that a dog will occupy is lying on its stomach. While a sleeping dog will rest in this position, he will sit in such a way that he can act very quickly. While this maneuver may have ancient origins - this way it could rise and act at the first sound of a threat - this position allows it not to miss anything interesting you do.
If it is common practice to see your dog sleeping on its side or back, clap. You have successfully created an extraordinary environment for your dog; one in whom he has full confidence that nothing bad will happen to him while he falls asleep. If you see your dog sleeping curled up or on its belly, don't worry - it's a matter of instinct on their part and some old habits die hard.
Bemorepanda prepared for you the most hilarious pictures with sleeping puppies, so let's enjoy together this compilation!
The woman constantly woke up tired and set the camera to find out what was the reason for her weakness
We all know that good sleep is the key to good mood and performance, but too many factors affect its quality. You may feel stuffy or too chilly, you could drink an extra cup of coffee or overeat and then your restful sleep will be questionable. But something very strange was happening to the TikTok user @susieandmollie. It seemed to the woman that she had to get enough sleep, because there were all the prerequisites for this, but after waking up she felt constant fatigue and weakness. And the reason was not the phase of the moon or the husband's snoring, but something else!
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We all know that a dog is man's best friend. But the leader of North Korea - Kim Jong-un has a different opinion about our smaller brothers. In his opinion, the dog is a symbol of capitalism. These animals are "a spoiled trend of bourgeois ideology." Now pet owners fear that their dogs will simply be eaten.
Kim Jong-un has banned residents of his republic from keeping dogs at home, reports DailyMail. What exactly the tailed friends did not please the leader is not reported, but Kim Jong-un said that the dog is a symbol of capitalism, which has no place in the country.
It is worth noting that in South Korea, dog food is starting to lose popularity when in North Korea, human friends are still consumed with gusto. The pet owners suggest that Kim Jong-un is trying to solve the food problem in the country with his ban.
Insomnia is a sleep disorder that is manifested by difficulty falling asleep, waking up at night or poor quality sleep. Considered one of the most common modern conditions, left untreated, insomnia can affect the cardiovascular system, decrease the power of concentration and increase the risk of obesity.
Sleep is a vital physiological phenomenon, and sleep disorders have a significant negative impact on health. Sleep assessment is performed both quantitatively and qualitatively. The quantitative component involves determining the duration of sleep, while the qualitative component is evaluated subjectively and is expressed by the depth of sleep and the feeling of rest on waking. Difficulty falling asleep and maintaining sleep affects 15-35% of the adult population. Poor sleep quality has been associated with a number of conditions, with a known link between sleep disorders, cardiovascular risk factors, metabolic syndrome and cardiovascular morbidity.
While viewing some funny insomnia memes, you can also read below, important information about insomnia.
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3.When you watch your series at night
You feel like you could sleep for weeks. You wake up so tired that it is extremely difficult for you to focus on even the most mundane tasks and you feel more anxious than ever.
How are you sleeping? Do you manage to fall asleep shortly after you go to bed or stay with your eyes hanging on the walls until late?
A few hours of sleep does not necessarily mean that the person suffers from insomnia. A person's sleep schedule varies not only according to age and sex, but also according to the particularities of each individual. However, there are a number of hours of sleep that a person needs to rest, and this is determined by scientific consensus, depending on age. This data is not nailed down, but it helps us get an idea of how much sleep we should have for the body to replenish its energy stores. So:
- adults need 7-9 hours of sleep;
- young people between 12-18 years old need 8-10 hours of sleep;
- children between 2-12 years old need about 9-12 hours of sleep;
- newborns and children up to 2 years of age should sleep around 11-14 hours a day.
4.Insomnia vs headphones
5.Math at night
6.Because you are awake
Insomnia can set in even if a person respects the number of hours of sleep. In this case, it may be a poor quality sleep (with frequent awakenings and difficult sleep).
Primary insomnia is the lack of sleep that sets in as a result of a disordered lifestyle, stress, trauma, family problems. Normally, the condition disappears on its own if we no longer feel stress, if the trauma disappears, if we change our unhealthy lifestyle. Sometimes it can only be about changing the time we go to bed, or following a few rules in the bedroom (no phones next to us, no reading on the tablet before bed, or going to bed at a reasonable time).
8.What was the reason?
9.I need to sleep
Insomnia can exist as a symptom, when it occurs sporadically and for a short period or it can be as a disease, when the duration of persistence is over 3 months. Although many people have difficulty falling asleep or maintaining a good state of sleep until morning, even when they are in good condition, very few of them turn to a specialist to determine the causes of their disorders and receive appropriate treatment.
Factors that influence the quantity and quality of sleep are represented by: light / dark, environmental and social factors (intense physical activity, prolonged rest periods, night shifts, mental trauma, stressful situations, temperature variations, various mental disorders).
The treatment of insomnia is especially important for increasing the patient's quality of life. The return to physiological sleep is progressive, this process being long lasting.
10.My brain at 2 a.m
12.Still can’t fall asleep
14.Never had a sleep problem
16.I use 9gag to sleep
17.Thinking about what?
18.Brain, let me sleep
20.Can’t sleep because i’m thirsty
21.How I sleep
22.Can’t wait to wake up
23.Suffering from insomnia
25.Are you sleeping?
26.Talking buds when you are sleeping
27.Laying in bed
28.When my alarm wakes me up
29.Resting your eyes in the morning
30.Me all night vs when the alarm rings