No. A completely flat EEG is the indicator of brain death. Even in deep sleep, the brain remains active and the EEG will reflect this.
make your body tired,and take some fresh air deep into your lungs then go to bed you will get good sleep
because men are dogs flat out
Clouds are a good indication of water in the atmosphere, and a good indication of coming rain (if they are dark clouds).
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Yes! its another safety feature by mother nature; it takes longer for a horse to stand up and gallop opposed to just gallop. they can dislocate a joint at the top of their legs, this takes pressure off the joints enabling them to stand and sleep. it's not as good as it seems though, horses need a special kind of sleep called REM sleep (rapid eye movement) which is when they are deep in a sleep and are dreaming. however, they can only experience this whilst laying down flat on the floor.
Lol it is good to sleep with it. I sleep with it everyday.
If you think your husband has sleep apnea you should try and lift the head of the bed a little. If the snoring dies down or goes away completely this is a good indication. Losing weight and not drinking any alcohol will also tell you if you had sleep apnea before.
Take deep breaths, get a good nights sleep, do something relaxing before your physical like reading or listening to music.
Have a good nights sleep.
Usually sweating is a good indication.