sleep and dreams
Getting a midday jolt of caffeine at the CoHo or an energy drink at the Axe and Palm could leave you tossing and turning at night, unless you are already a “night owl,” said a recent Stanford study. The study showed that “morning people” are more likely than “night owls” to awaken during the night after consuming caffeine.
A School of Medicine study on the men’s basketball team published in this month’s issue of Sleep concluded that sleep extension — an increase in the time spent sleeping over baseline amounts — leads to improved athletic performance.
Winter quarter marks the first time Sleep and Dreams will be offered without its once standard natural sciences General Education Requirement (GER). Last year, the elimination of the course’s GER caused a great deal of confusion and led to Dement accusing the Senate Subcommittee on General Education Requirements of failing to inform him why his course had been stripped of its GER…