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Fatty tongues could be main driver of sleep apnea
A sleep disorder that can leave people gasping for breath at night could be linked to the amount of fat on their tongues, a study suggests.
Lack of sleep may explain why poor people are more at risk of heart disease
A lack of sleep may be why poor people are more at risk of heart disease, a new study suggests.
Dementia caregiving takes toll on sleep
Family caregivers for dementia patients don’t sleep as long or as well as other adults of the same age, a new study suggests.
10 tips for a better sleep in hot weather
As temperatures soar across the UK, the difficulty of getting a good night's sleep is on many people's minds. But there are things you can do to beat the heatwave. Here are some tips, BBC wrote.
UK ministers may advise on how much sleep people need
UK ministers are reportedly planning to issue guidance on how much sleep people should be getting every night.
Study links poor sleep with poor nutrition
Many Americans get less than the recommended amount of sleep, and many do not consume the recommended amounts of important vitamins and minerals. A new study suggested the two factors may be connected.
'Fingerprint' associated with a sleep habits may serve as warning sign for heart disease
Chronic short sleep is associated with increased risk of clogged arteries, heart disease, and thus increased morbidity and mortality.
Sleep myths 'damaging your health'
Widely held myths about sleep are damaging our health and our mood, as well as shortening our lives, said researchers.
Report: Inadequate sleep puts Chinese kids' health at risk
A recent report showed that more than 60 percent of Chinese children and teens do not get adequate sleep, which can put their health at risk, according to Monday's China Daily.
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.

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