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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 ...



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 ...



Leafly

'SLEEP' Might Just Be the Scariest Cannabis Experience in the World
Leafly
Heretic House/The Parallel, purveyors of boutique, exclusive, full-contact horror experiences, have decided to play up paranoia and dread with their first 420-friendly haunt, SLEEP. The projects are all visions of husband-and-wife team Adrian Marcato ...



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 ...



New York Times

Lack of Sleep Tied to Diabetes in Pregnancy
New York Times
Seven of the studies depended on self-reports of sleep, and one measured sleep duration. After adjusting for variables such as age, body mass index and ethnicity, they found that women who slept less than 6.25 hours a night were almost three times as ...



Medical Xpress

More teens than ever aren't getting enough sleep
Medical Xpress
If you're a young person who can't seem to get enough sleep, you're not alone: A new study led by San Diego State University Professor of Psychology Jean Twenge finds that adolescents today are sleeping fewer hours per night than older generations.
Teens are sleeping less — but there's a surprisingly easy fixWTOP
Teens sacrifice sleep when they spend more time on electronic devicesIowa State University News Service
ISU researcher finds smartphone link to 'abrupt shift' in teen sleepRadio Iowa

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The Sydney Morning Herald

Why our brain needs sleep, and what happens if we don't get enough of it
The Sydney Morning Herald
Many of us have experienced the effects of sleep deprivation: feeling tired and cranky, or finding it hard to concentrate. Sleep is more important for our brains than you may realise. Although it may appear you're "switching off" when you fall asleep ...

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NPR

How To Fall Asleep And Why We Need More : Shots - Health News ...
NPR
The National Sleep Foundation recommends an average of eight hours of sleep per night for adults, but sleep scientist Matthew Walker says that too many ...

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UC Berkeley

Everything you need to know about sleep, but are too tired to ask ...
UC Berkeley
Ask neuroscientist Matthew Walker, author of the new book, Why We Sleep, about the downside of pulling an all-nighter, and he'll rattle off a list of ill effects that ...
Can Alcohol Help You Sleep Better? | Care2 Healthy LivingCare2.com
How Much Is Sleep Deprivation Costing Your Employer? - PayScalePayScale Career News (blog)

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Health Essentials from Cleveland Clinic (blog)

4 Late-Night Snacks That Wreck Your Diet (and Sleep)
Health Essentials from Cleveland Clinic (blog)
The wrong late-night snack choices can add to your weight and subtract from your sleep. “It works both ways. A healthy diet improves the quality and duration of your sleep. And adequate sleep improves the quality of your diet by curbing hunger hormones ...


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