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Live Science

'Contagious' Loneliness Could Follow Poor Sleep
Live Science
Getting too little sleep is tied to a slew of ill health effects, and now, researchers say sleep deprivation could contribute to loneliness as well. And this loneliness could be "contagious." A small new study suggests that when people are sleep ...
Sleep deprivation fuels loneliness because tired people are socially repellent, say
Feeling lonely? Science says you might just need more sleepBGR
Sleep loss can make people more isolated and lonely: StudyABC News
UC Berkeley -Gizmodo -Newsweek -Nature
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The Conversation AU

Research Check: can sleeping too much lead to an early death?
The Conversation AU
Don't set the alarm just yet. Yes, the researchers found a link between people who usually slept for longer than eight hours a night and their chances of having heart disease or dying prematurely. But they didn't show that sleeping longer caused these ...
Getting too little sleep may 'age' the heartReuters
The ExpertsSwitzer Financial News
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Sleeping Too Much or Too Less Can Hamper Productivity
“The National Sleep Foundation of US recommends adults under the age of 65 get between seven and nine hours of sleep each night, yet 30% of adult employees report fewer than 6 hours of sleep nightly,” says Stefan Gingerich, senior research analyst at ...

FOX Illinois

Getting your child's sleep schedule back on track
FOX Illinois
Parents, you probably let your kids go to bed later during the summer months for sleep overs or vacations. But it's time to go back to school and if you haven't already. It's time to get their sleep schedule back on track. "We don't really have much of ...

Omaha World-Herald

Since becoming a mom, I've lost 9 months of sleep. How about you?
Omaha World-Herald
I remember thinking I would never sleep again. And it turns out, that's a pretty normal thing. Only 5 percent of parents of babies 0 to 6 months old are getting the recommended eight hours of sleep at night, and 43 percent report getting an average of ...

Ask the doctors: Sleep aids are meant only for short-time use
The Spokesman-Review
Dear Doctor: My doctor offered to prescribe sleeping pills because I'm under a lot of stress at work and am suffering from insomnia. I'm tempted, but the side effects scare me. How often do people sleepwalk or binge-eat or do other activities after ...

New York Times

An Underappreciated Key to College Success: Sleep
New York Times
Although in one survey 60 percent of students said they wanted information from their colleges on how to manage sleep problems, few institutions of higher learning do anything to counter the devastating effects of sleep deprivation on academic success ...

Seven activities that prevent you from getting quality sleep during summer
The ideal temperature for sleep is between 60 and 67 degrees, according to the National Sleep Foundation, so summer – with its hot temperatures and increased daylight – is not often a welcome answer for sweet slumber. Coupled with more activities ...
Seven Ways You Are Hurting Your Sleep This SummerNewswise (press release)

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BedTimes Magazine

Major Benefits of Side Sleeping
BedTimes Magazine
Researchers posit that sleeping on your side — rather than your stomach or back — helps the brain's lymphatic pathway clear out chemicals linked to Alzheimer's and other neurological diseases, said Dr. Josh Axe in a Sunday Express article published ...

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