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People are losing sleep for one shocking reason
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An astonishing new study claims that people are losing sleep for a very strange reason, and it has nothing to do with diet or stress. If you're tossing and turning at night, it may be because of climate change, as global warming may be causing a rise ...
Too hot to sleep? Get ready for more sleepless nights thanks to climate changeThe Verge
Climate change is making us sleep worseQuartz
Another consequence of climate change: A good night's sleepLos Angeles Times
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Why can't I sleep?
WBT
And you know tune into day obviously is your here and I got a great show for you why can't she sleep. Just a general question and I ghetto lots. From a lot of my clients and listeners in patients is they want connected to sleep better you know I have ...



The Sun

How to sleep in hot weather - Twelve simple tips for keeping cool in bed
The Sun
WITH Summer well and truly here, Brits have been basking in the heat all day, but baking in bed all night. If the heatwave has got you tossing and turning in a sweaty mess, then these tips are essential to make sure you sleep better tonight. If the ...
Too hot to sleep? How to stay cool in bed when you don't have air conditioningMirror.co.uk

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Star2.com

The Vasthu guide to a good night's sleep
Star2.com
Everyone goes to bed at night but how many of us get enough sleep? Adequate sleep is vital for our body, mind and spirit. According to Vasthu Sastra, the location and direction of our bed can affect our mood, energy, thinking power, health and ...



Today.com

Only slept for a a few hours? 7 tips to help you stay alert all day
Today.com
Did you only sleep four or five hours last night, and have a big day today? While sleeping so few hours isn't a sustainable way of life, there are some strategies you can implement today to get by on minimal sleep. Here are a few tips to help you be ...



Telegraph.co.uk

Sleep deprivation can cause brain to start 'eating' itself
Telegraph.co.uk
A lack of sleep can cause parts of the brain's synapses to be 'eaten' by other brain cells, according to a new study by researchers at the Marche Polytechnic University in Italy. Astrocytes are a cell in the brain that clean out worn-out cells and ...
Lack of Sleep May Cause Brain to 'Eat' Parts of ItselfNewser
Your brain switches to cannibal mode when you are sleep deprivedRaw Story
If you don't get enough sleep, your brain could start eating itselfAtlanta Journal Constitution
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Daily Mail

Lack of sleep causes your brain to EAT ITSELF
Daily Mail
Your brain starts to eat itself if it hasn't had enough sleep, according to a new study. Researchers studied lab mice, and found that 'clean-up' cells were more active in their brains when they were sleep-deprived. The cells, known as astrocytes, act ...



Mac Rumors

Review: Apple's Beddit Sleep Monitor Offers a Comprehensive Look ...
Mac Rumors
Earlier this month, Apple purchased its first company that develops health-related hardware, Beddit. Beddit makes an iPhone-connected Sleep Monitor that ...

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Losing sleep over climate change
EurekAlert (press release)
Nights that are warmer than normal can harm human sleep, researchers show in a new paper, with the poor and elderly most affected. According to their findings, if climate change is not addressed, temperatures in 2050 could cost people in the United ...



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kuban_girl/ShutterstockCats are champion sleepers, clocking around 15 hours a day, but their sleep cycles aren't the same as ours. A cat who snoozes the day away might be ready to compete in the Kitty Olympics come 2 a.m., racing around the room and ...


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