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BBC News

Why sleep should be every student's priority
BBC News
Sleep is really a central part of learning,” he says. “Even though you're not studying when you sleep, your brain is still studying. It's almost like it's working on your behalf. You can't really get the full impact of the time you put into your ...



Quartz

Is it possible to catch up on sleep? Yes and no
Quartz
It's Friday and you're clocking off, and after a few sleepless nights you want to tuck yourself up early and catch up on all the sleep you've lost. But does it really work that way? During sleep our memories from the day are solidified and our brain ...

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Bloomberg

Elon Musk Doesn't Need More Sleep
Bloomberg
Last week, Arianna Huffington said Elon Musk's lack of sleep is impairing his performance. “The science is clear,” she wrote after Tesla's chief executive officer told the New York Times that he works 120 hours a week, leaving him with little time to rest.
Get more sleep, Arianna tells Elon. It's not an 'option,' he tells her in 2:30 am tweet.Washington Post
Elon Musk should get more sleep, Arianna Huffington says. I can't, he replies in 2:30 am tweetLos Angeles Times
Arianna Huffington And Elon Musk Debate The Need For SleepHuffPost
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New York Times

You're Getting Very Sleepy. (So Is Everyone Else.)
New York Times
Inadequate sleep causes more than $400 billion in economic losses annually in the United States and results in 1.23 million lost days of work each year, researchers have found. The impact of chronic sleeplessness in the United States far exceeds the ...



Florida Today

8 tips for better sleep
Florida Today
While sleep requirements will vary slightly from person to person, according to the Sleep Foundation's website (www.sleepfoundation.org), most healthy adults need between 7 to 9 hours of sleep per night to function at their best. Children and teens ...

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Gizmodo

How Much Sleep Is Too Much Sleep?
Gizmodo
An entire industry—with its own spokespeople, podcasts, best-sellers, retreats, truisms, etc.—has sprung up around sleep. Give or take a contrarian or two, the message of most of this stuff seems to be that sleep is good, and that if you're not ...



Economic Times

Poor sleep and type 2 diabetes means slower wound healing
Science Daily
The research, which appeared online in the journal SLEEP on August 11, found that overweight mice with Type 2 diabetes and disrupted sleep needed more time to heal skin wounds than mice that also had disrupted sleep but didn't have Type 2 diabetes.
Sleep disorder may weaken immune system in diabetics, delay wound healingEconomic Times
Poor sleep + type 2 diabetes = Slower wound healingEurekAlert (press release)
Sleep Is Essential For Type 2 Diabetics; Health Hazards Of Disrupted Sleep You Must KnowNDTV
Times Now -ETHealthworld.com
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Fast Company

Fitbit wants to get in your bed
Fast Company
Later this year, Fitbit will launch a sleep-monitoring service (in beta) that uses several of the sensors on Fitbit wearables to give users information about how well they're sleeping. The sleep-tracking program is called Sleep Score, which the company ...
Fitbit Touts New 'Sleep Score' Tracker, Unveils Inexpensive 'Charge 3'MediaPost Communications
The brand-new Fitbit offers guided meditation and sleep trackingBusiness Insider South Africa
Fitbit Charge 3 | Advanced Fitness TrackerFitbit
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Live Science

Why Are Pregnant Women Told to Sleep on Their Left Side?
Live Science
Here's something to expect when you're expecting: hearing the phrase "Sleep while you can" repeated by every person you meet for 40 weeks. For pregnant mothers, that's easier said than done — especially if they're fond of sleeping on their backs or ...

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Scary Mommy

How Mental Illness Can Impact Sleep Habits
Scary Mommy
I can't recall ever sleeping through the night. Never. Not once. And I'm 36 years old. Now keep in mind that I'm a father of three. Having a booger-nosed little one come in my room asking for water or to tell me they lost a blanket isn't unusual. But ...


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