Business Insider

The science of how much sleep you actually need
Business Insider
Orwig: Some people have a hard time sleeping at night because they have reduced levels of melatonin in their system. Melatonin is called the sleep hormone. Night owls, for example, don't actually start producing melatonin until much later in the night ...

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The New Yorker

The Secrets of Sleep
The New Yorker
When I trained to be a doctor, some four decades ago, everyone neglected sleep. “On call” duty for hospital interns began at 6 A.M. and lasted twenty-four hours; I often kept on working until early evening the next day, after which I would stumble back ...



NBCNews.com

Sleep BETTER Diet: The Eating Habits of Hightly Rested People
NBCNews.com
It might seem obvious why a double espresso after dinner might disrupt your sleep that night — as might a greasy, late-night cheeseburger with French fries. The connection between a noontime salad and your slumber is somewhat less straightforward ...



Firstpost

Adolescents sacrifice sleep to spend more time using gadgets, leading to sleep deprivation: Study
Firstpost
Excessive use of smartphones and tablets may be keeping teens awake a night, according to a study that found adolescents who spend more than two hours a day with their gadgets are more likely to be sleep deprived. Most sleep experts agree that ...
Teens Are Sleep-Deprived, and Screens Are Why, Study SuggestsAmerican Council on Science and Health
Today's teens are the first generation to spend their entire adolescence with smartphones — and they're getting a ...Business Insider
Smartphones, Tablets Sabotaging Teens' SleepU.S. News & World Report
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Derby Telegraph

Volunteers sleep rough and 'brave Storm Brian' at Spondon Asda for Derby homeless
Derby Telegraph
General store manager Steve Bumby smiles through (Image: Debbie Jones). The brains behind the Sleep Pit – as the fundraiser is called - was 40-year-old Debbie Jones who works at the store. She said: “It was certainly wet and a few of didn't get much ...

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Scientific American

The Secret to a Better Night's Sleep: A Sense of Purpose?
Scientific American
Despite its importance for health and well-being, many American adults find it difficult to consistently get enough sleep. Approximately 50 to 70 million Americans suffer from a sleep disorder, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention ...



Taste of Country

Album Spotlight: Chris Young, 'Losing Sleep'
Taste of Country
There's more heart than break on Chris Young's new Losing Sleep album. The 10-track project is lighter than his previous efforts, with more love and sunshine than storm clouds of the heart. One counts only two true heartbreakers in "Where I Go When I ...



The Hindu

Sleep well to be successful in life, career: researcher
The Hindu
A good night's sleep is essential for health. Yet, with evenings devoted to entertainment and electronic gadgets keeping people awake longer, most of us continue with huge sleep deficits. Sleep researcher Henri Tuomilehto, who is currently visiting Dr. A.



SwimSwam

Want to Be Mentally Tougher This Season? Sleep More
SwimSwam
Here's how sleep will help you be more resilient this season. The life of a competitive swimmer can be grueling. You don't really need me to tell you that. Between the early morning workouts, the in-season meets, and a season that stretches across ...



Express.co.uk

Physical Inactivity, Poor Sleep Can Amplify Genetic Risk of Obesity
GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Not being physically active and not getting enough sleep can amplify a person's chances of becoming obese if they are already at genetic risk of developing the condition, according to a new study. Previous work based on self ...
Physical inactivity and restless sleep exacerbate genetic risk of ...Science Daily
Weight loss: Poor sleep and lack of exercise is a 'double whammy ...Express.co.uk

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