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This one exercise can greatly improve your mobility and flexibility — and cure the many ills that come from sitting hunched in front of a screen all day. It takes just 30 seconds, and you don’t need any equipment.
New Australian research has uncovered the presence of a ‘circadian clock’ in our stomachs which limits food intake to specific times of the day. It is thought that these gut signals could help people limit the amount of food they eat and reduce the risk of obesity simply by syncing their meals with their tummy clocks. The main key is to sleep regular hours and avoid eating late at night.
Don’t know how to do CPR? The American Heart Association has some advice for you, in the form of this one minute video.
Dear Lifehacker, You talk about sleep a lot on this site and how many people aren’t getting enough sleep. I went through a stage where I wasn’t sleeping well, as though I wasn’t actually getting into the deep sleep phases, so I decided to give myself a regular eight hours. I followed all the rules. Only I found that I was sleeping worse.