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Smartphones, Tablets Sabotaging Teens' Sleep
U.S. News & World Report
"Our body is going to try to meet its sleep needs, which means sleep is going to interfere or shove its nose in other spheres of our lives," said study co-author Zlatan Krizan, an associate professor of psychology at Iowa State University. "Teens may ...
Teens' increased use of electronic devices linked to rise in insufficient sleepNews-Medical.net

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Forbes

4 'Sleep Well At Night' REITs For Retirement
Forbes
As the editor of The Forbes Real Estate Investor, I am keenly focused on helping investors reduce risk and to sleep well at night. In fact, I created a SWAN (sleep well at night) portfolio specifically to assist dividend investors with building their ...



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 ...



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 ...



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 ...



Phys.Org

The chemical that tells plants when it's time to sleep
Phys.Org
Each of us goes through a daily cycle. We wake up, spend the day eating, working and playing, and then we sleep. Messing with this cycle by not sleeping, doing shift work, travelling to a different time zone or living where there is 24 hours of light ...



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 ...



Futurism

Here's How Sleeping Too Little Literally Transforms Your Brain
Futurism
You've likely noticed your brain moving a bit slowly after a night of too little sleep. However, a substandard amount of shut-eye has greater consequences than feeling tired and irritable the following day. Research into how sleep affects the brain ...



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 ...



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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