As Scottish music triumphantly comes of age in the 21 century, Capercaillie (Karen Matheson (vocal), Donald Shaw (Keys ), Charlie Mc Kerron (fiddle ), Manus Lunny (guitar) , Ewen Vernal (Bass) , Michael Mc Goldrick (flute/pipes) are the band who’ve grown up with it and are now widely credited with a seminal role in that wider transformation.
Further consolidating their stature among Celtic music’s international premier league, Capercaillie’s reputation as a thrilling live act has also only grown with the years, with ’s release marking a welcome return to the road.
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"This effect on the first half of sleep may be partly the reason some people with insomnia use alcohol as a sleep aid," study researcher Irshaad Ebrahim, the medical director at the London Sleep Centre, said in a statement.
"However, the effect of consolidating sleep in the first half of the night is offset by having more disrupted sleep in the second half of the night." Researchers also found that alcohol seems to delay the onset of the first cycle of REM sleep, a consequence of which "would be less restful sleep," Idzikowski said in the statement.
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Those nightcaps might affect your sleep more than you thought -- and not in a good way.
A new review of studies, published in the journal Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research, shows that alcohol changes the normal rhythms of sleep by increasing the amount of time people spend in "deep sleep," but also the amount of time people spend in REM sleep by disrupting sleep during this stage, which is necessary for memory, concentration and motor skills.
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