A recent study shows that people who wake up late have higher intelligence than those who wake up early. The study also shows that people who hit the snooze button for some extra sleep tend to have higher intelligence, creative and happier.
A study from the University of Calgary reveals that stockpiling sleep is possible. The study suggests that getting two hours of an added sleep before an all-nighter significantly increases brain and physical function.
Dr Michael Breus has claimed that all of us fall under four animalistic chronotypes, according to our internal clock and rhythm. The ideal routines and sleep patterns differ significantly for each of these chronotypes, which are represented by a lion, a wolf, a bear, and a dolphin.