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Shift work linked to burnout in sleep-deprived nurses
Reuters
(Reuters Health) - Shift-work nurses who have sleep problems are more likely to experience career burnout that has the potential to compromise their job performance, a small Italian study suggests. Researchers studied 315 nurses who worked rotating ...

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How an erratic sleep schedule affects your ability to lose weight — and the exact time you should go to bed to get ...
Business Insider
A good night's sleep improves your ability to lose weight effectively, according to a new survey. As adults, it's recommended that we get at least seven and a half hours of sleep a night — preferably heading to bed at the same time every night, too ...
You CAN lose weight by sleeping as it 'helps you stick to healthy eating plans'The Sun
Want to lose weight? Focus on your sleep: Survey reveals when to nod off and EXACTLY how many hours and minutes ...Daily Mail

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The thing that is ruining your sleeping pattern and how to stop it ...
INSIDER
Half of your life is spent sleeping … if you're getting enough sleep each night. According to the CDC, 35% of adults in the United States do not regularly get adequate sleep. The reality is that many of us may spend nearly half of our lives tossing ...
Can Sleep Affect College Students' GPA?CampusLATELY (blog)
Screen time is top sleep saboteur among teensTechnoChops (press release) (blog)

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U.S. News & World Report

7 Holiday Travel and Sleep Tips
U.S. News & World Report
If you are staying in a hotel, make preparations for your child's sleep surface by calling ahead to reserve a crib. Ask about its specifications to know that it has a firm mattress, crib slats no more than 2 3/8 inches apart, and secure railings. If ...



The Sun

Sleep experts reveal 8 tips to help you wake up refreshed and spring out of bed in winter
The Sun
“Bright light in the morning helps reset your body clock and keeps your circadian rhythms ticking along regularly,” they said. “To help keep your sleep/wake schedule regular and improve health and alertness seek out bright light in the morning when you ...

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Express.co.uk

How to sleep: The FIVE scary signs you're not asleep for long enough REVEALED
Express.co.uk
Sleep is essential for growing muscle, repairing tissue, and synthesising hormones, among other functions, according to the National Sleep Foundation. It is recommended adults between the ages of 26 and 64 get between seven and nine hours a night ...



Sci-News.com

Study: Shortened Night of Sleep May Increase Young Adults' Risk of Heavier Drinking
Sci-News.com
Yale School of Medicine researcher Dr. Lisa Fucito, lead author of the study, and colleagues found that young adults consumed more alcohol following nights of less sleep and had more delayed sleep timing following heavier drinking occasions. Prior ...



Business Insider

Some sleeping advice is actually wrong - Business Insider
Business Insider
Sometimes the things we try to do to get a better night's sleep aren't actually helping us. Here are some of the mistakes we are making and how to rectify them. Poor sleep makes us miserable. Not only that, but research has shown that if we don't get ...

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BBC News

I went driving and motorbiking in my sleep - BBC News - BBC.com
BBC News
Sleepwalking can be risky when water, busy roads or cliffs are involved. But sleep-driving elevates the dangers to a whole new level. Consultant neurologist Guy Leschziner describes the case of one of his patients, Jackie, who has been driving in her ...

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Gay people are more likely to have trouble nodding off, wake in the night, require sleep medication AND feel ...
Daily Mail
People who get an average of six hours sleep a night have a 3cm thicker waist than those who have nine hours, a study found. Shorter sleep is also associated with lower amounts of 'good' cholesterol in the blood, which previous research demonstrates ...

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