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Telegraph.co.uk

Can you really be successful on four hours' sleep a night?
Telegraph.co.uk
'He's just one of those people, I think, that just does not require a lot of sleep,' said his White House physician, U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Ronny Jackson, adding: 'He's probably been that way his whole life. That's why he's been successful.' Trump, of ...
Is 5 Hours Of Sleep Enough? You Can Get By, But Here's Why You Shouldn't Try ItElite Daily

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mindbodygreen.com

Can Lack Of Sleep Cancel Out Your Workout If You're Trying To Lose Weight?
mindbodygreen.com
Your alarm is set for your 6 a.m. workout, and you responsibly slip into bed exactly eight-and-a-half hours before you have to wake up. But you're still awake a few hours later, thinking obsessively about an argument you had with a friend before moving ...



USA TODAY

How writing your to-do lists can help you sleep
USA TODAY
Thinking of the long lists of tasks we have on our plates might leave most of us anxious. But a study suggests writing them down could help us get some sleep. According to research from Baylor University, people in a research study who wrote down their ...
Can't sleep? Time to write your to-do list, study saysMedical News Today
A bedtime to-do list could help you sleep betterNew York Daily News
Making a to-do list will help you sleep betterMoneyish
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Irish Times

Snuggle up to a sleep robot to beat insomnia
Irish Times
Trouble sleeping? There's an app for that, but I'd rather take a look at this slightly odd nap buddy: the Somnox sleep robot at €500. Instead of a stuffed animal, you snuggle up to a robot to help you beat insomnia. I'm slightly freaked out. It's not ...



WABC-TV

Health Department finds link between lack of sleep and mental health problems among kids and teens
WABC-TV
A new study by the New York City Health Department finds a link between inadequate sleep and poor mental health among children and adolescents. The study found that on an average school night, 75 percent of high school students reported getting fewer ...
Depression, suicidal tendencies in children linked to sleep behavior in city health department reportamNY

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Daily Mail

Storm causes major disruption… to our good night's sleep! Bleary-eyed Brits take to Twitter to tell how overnight ...
Daily Mail
Storm causes major disruption… to our good night's sleep! Bleary-eyed Brits take to Twitter to tell how overnight gales kept them awake (and played HAVOC with the nation's wheelie bins). Winds of up to 95mph kept people across the UK up throughout the ...

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Business Insider

A sleep expert gives the best tips for falling asleep quicker
Business Insider
Sleep expert Matthew Walker describes the perfect conditions for falling asleep quicker. Following is a transcript of the video. Matthew Walker: My name is Matthew Walker. I am a professor of neuroscience and psychology at the University of California ...

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Swindon Advertiser

The quick trick to try just before bed if you want to sleep better
iNews
Writing out all the tasks you need to get done just before going to bed can be more effective than taking a sleeping pill, according to new research. Experts dismiss 'to do' lists as a waste of time, because jobs usually end up taking longer than ...
FAMILY HEALTH: Write a to-do list to help you sleepSwindon Advertiser
The surprising trick that will help you go to sleepLiverpool Echo

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5 Things You Can Do to Sleep Better During Cancer Treatment
WebMD (blog)
One of the really weird things about cancer treatment—and I've heard this from many, many other cancer patients—is that it makes you really, really tired AND it can make it really difficult to sleep. Studies bear this out. Some 30 to 50 percent of ...



New York Daily News

Poor sleep poses mental health risk for three in four NYC high schoolers
New York Daily News
Three in four city high school students aren't getting enough sleep — and the lack of rest may be causing them mental health problems, a city report out Wednesday said. A 2015 survey of 8,522 public high school students, conducted by the city ...


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