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Forbes

How Older Adults Can Improve Sleep Without Drugs
Forbes
Non-medication-based sleep habits are the first choice for improving sleep in older people. The statement comes from Dr. Preeti Malani, MD, director of the National Poll on Healthy Aging Team, chief health officer and professor of medicine in the ...
Health and Wellness: 5 eye-popping solutions for insomnia | Health ...Daily Herald

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The Atlantic

Better Sleep Can Build Emotional Resilience
The Atlantic
For the study, a team of researchers from Rutgers University sent 17 subjects home with sleep-monitoring devices—headbands that monitor their brain waves, wristbands that track arm movements, and sleep logs—and asked them to sleep as they normally ...
Want to sleep like a baby? Don't shut your eyes, keep them wide open: Intriguing tips from a leading sleep psychologistDaily Mail
Rapid eye movement sleep may dampen sensitivity to fearful stimuliScience Daily
Getting a Full Night's Rest Means You're Probably More Resilient ...Newsweek
Inverse
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Forbes

New Poll Finds Nation's Seniors Have Big Problems With Sleep
Forbes
A poll of 1,065 of the nation's seniors found that nearly half of individuals between the ages of 65 and 80 in the United States report sleep problems and 1 in 3 said they take something regularly to help them sleep. What's more, over half of these ...



Engadget

What we're buying: Instant Pot Ultra, Huel and Sleep Cycle - Engadget
Engadget
This month is a (mostly) foodie edition of IRL. Nicole Lee sings the praises of the Instant Pot, while Daniel Cooper doesn't last long on the meal-replacement s...

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Financial Times

Why teenagers need more sleep
Financial Times
Rand, which used data from 47 US states, concluded that teenage sleep deprivation should be regarded as an economic problem with a possible solution. The financial rewards, it says, would quickly outweigh any associated costs of fixing it, such as ...



Mirror.co.uk

Can't sleep? This trick apparently helps you nod off in one minute with six easy steps
Mirror.co.uk
Whether it is guaranteed to send you to sleep in 60 seconds remains open for debate but Dr. Michelle E. Gordon, founder of Northern Westchester Surgical Associates General, acute and emergency surgery specialist says it did not send her to sleep but it ...

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Smart sleep
Ferris State Torch
We all complain about how little sleep we get in college. I've been guilty of it too. As students, we have to change that attitude and take better care of ourselves. It's midterm season and I constantly smell coffee in the air like the perfume they ...



KPRC Houston

How to test for sleep apnea at home
KPRC Houston
SUGAR LAND, Texas - A lot of people who are not sleeping well are reluctant to see a specialist because they don't want to participate in a sleep study (the kind where a patient sleeps at a clinic), but a Sugar Land doctor said that's all a thing of ...



Business Insider

How much sleep you actually need - Business Insider
Business Insider
Getting plenty of sleep each night is important to maintaining a healthy and productive life. But how much sleep do you actually need? Joe Avella and Jessica ...

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Science Daily

More teens than ever aren't getting enough sleep
Science Daily
If you're a young person who can't seem to get enough sleep, you're not alone: A new study led by San Diego State University Professor of Psychology Jean Twenge finds that adolescents today are sleeping fewer hours per night than older generations.
Teenagers Aren't Getting Enough Sleep Because They're Addicted To ScreensHuffington Post Australia
Teenagers Are Trading Their Valuable Sleep for Smartphones : 4 Nutrients Teens Must Not SkipNDTV
Young People Sleeping Less, Likely Due to Increased Smartphone TimeSleep Review
Study Finds -iAfrica.com -TheCable
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