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The best thing can do for health: Sleep well
Do you think you got enough sleep this past week? Can you remember the last time you woke up without an alarm clock, feeling refreshed, not needing caffeine? If the answer to any of these questions is ‘no’, you are not alone. Two-thirds of adults throughout all developed nations fail to obtain the recommended eight hours of nightly sleep.
Insufficient sleep in children is associated  with poor diet, obesity and more screen time
A new study conducted among more than 177,000 students suggests that insufficient sleep duration is associated with an unhealthy lifestyle profile among children and adolescents.
Some ways to address insomnia
Sort out your bedroom Your bedroom is for sleep, right? So stop using it as your living room. It is your sanctuary: keep it tranquil and dark. Your body needs darkness to release melatonin, which in turn helps you sleep — so invest in blackout blinds or an eye mask. Switch off mobile phones and computer screens, as their LED screen blue light is particularly unhelpful for melatonin production. If you need a new mattress, spend time choosing one that is appropriate, and make sure your duvet is the right tog for the season, according to the Guardian.
New remote pulse sensors promise a good night's sleep for NHS hospital patients
With the 24-hour bustle of staff going to and fro and the beeping of alarms, hospital wards are notoriously noisy places.
For babies, solid food at three months may lead to sounder sleep
Babies who got solid food early were sleeping 17 minutes longer per night than those that had breast-fed through six months of age.
Sleep in your contacts, risk serious eye damage: CDC
A 59-year-old man was in the shower, wiping his eyes with a towel, when he heard a popping sound and felt pain shoot through his left eye.
Brain may clean out Alzheimer’s plaques during sleep
Neuroscientist Barbara Bendlin studies the brain as Alzheimer’s disease develops. When she goes home, she tries to leave her work in the lab. But one recent research project has crossed into her personal life: She now takes sleep much more seriously.
Antioxidant benefits of sleep
Understanding sleep has become increasingly important in modern society, where chronic loss of sleep has become rampant and pervasive.
Back pain: Best sleep positions to help ease discomfort and get a good night's rest
Back pain is common and usually isn’t the sign of anything serious. It tends to improve within a few weeks but one of the hardest things to contend with is finding a comfortable sleep position.
Researchers address sleep problems in Parkinson's disease
A team of researchers at VIB and KU Leuven has uncovered why people with a hereditary form of Parkinson's disease suffer from sleep disturbances. The molecular mechanisms uncovered in fruit flies and human stem cells also point to candidate targets for the development of new treatments.
Can you make up for lost sleep on the weekend?
Not getting enough sleep can be detrimental to your health; many studies even link the lack of Z's to higher odds of dying during a certain time period. But a new study from Sweden suggests that if you can't sleep as much as you need during the week, you may be able to make up for it on the weekends.
Leave tablets, smartphones out of bedroom for better sleep
Are tablets, smartphones and laptops robbing Americans of shut-eye? Absolutely, said researchers who found that the unending entertainments and the light the devices emit are a powerful, slumber-killing combo.
Surge in number of UK children with sleep apnea admitted to hospital
The number of admissions to UK hospital of children and teenagers with sleep apnea has risen sharply over the past four years, with experts suggesting childhood obesity is to blame.
To sleep, perchance to forget
The debate in sleep science has gone on for a generation. People and other animals sicken and die if they are deprived of sleep, but why is sleep so essential?
Study links poor sleep to childhood obesity
Poor sleep may make your children more than just grumpy, a new study suggested.

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