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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 ...



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Less than 6 hours of sleep could double death risk for those with metabolic syndrome
CBS News
A new study from the American Heart Association finds sleeping less than six hours a night could more than double the risk of death for people with metabolic syndrome, which impacts more than a third of the U.S. adult population. Metabolic syndrome ...
Why Sleep Is So Important for People at Risk for Heart DiseaseLive Science
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The mice moved away or licked the stinging area quicker when they'd experienced five days of sleep deprivation, signaling that tired mice felt more pain. And it wasn't just that the mice were jumpier; the rodents didn't react any faster to loud sounds ...

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The Independent

Sleep deprivation can lead to the brain 'eating itself', says study
The Independent
New research, conducted by Michele Bellesi of the Marche Polytechnic University in Italy and published in the Journal of Neuroscience, analysed the brains of mice who had regular sleep, spontaneous wake, sleep deprivation and chronic sleep deprivation.
Sleep deprivation causes brain to 'eat itself', study saysNetdoctor

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Entrepreneur

Entrepreneur Network's Best Sleep-Related Advice
Entrepreneur
It's pretty clear by now that sleep is really important for entrepreneurs -- running a successful business is going to take everything you have, but you can't give your best if you're constantly fighting your own eyelids. However, it often seems like ...



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Scientists Tackle The Big Question: How Flamingos Sleep On One Leg
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When dozing off, they pick one leg up and move the other directly underneath their body. Their leg will lock in place, and with the help of gravity, it keeps them balanced. And they're not the only birds that sleep on one leg. Cardinals and finches use ...

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Tonight's the night for your best sleep and 4 tips to find good charities that support veterans
MarketWatch
Happy Thursday, MarketWatchers! Hope you had nice days. Here are your top personal finance stories of the day. Personal Finance. Tonight's the night to get your best sleep of the week, statistically speaking. Tonight's the night. According to recent ...



Medical News Today

How does poor sleep affect our ability to learn? Study investigates ...
Medical News Today
A new study looks at the effects of disturbed deep sleep on the neuroplasticity in the brain's motor cortex and the ability to learn new movements.

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The Sun

Getting too MUCH sleep 'could be an early warning sign of dementia' - so how much is too much?
The Sun
Experts found those OAPs who consistently slept for more than nine hours had twice the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease in the next 10 years. Professor Sudha Seshadri, from Boston University School of Medicine, said longer periods of sleep can ...



The Guardian

Who gets the most sleep? Shop assistants in Germany | Life and ...
The Guardian
New research shows that workers there get an average of almost seven hours a night. But how do they compare with people in other countries and professions?

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