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6 Tips To Sleep Like A Baby

6 Tips To Sleep Like A Baby | CE Project Sleep | Scoop.it
We've all been there — that agonizing time when you lie in bed, wide awake, unable to turn off that incessant mind-chatter or anxiety at the end of a busy day and drift off to sleep. We know.
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How to Wake Up Early: How to Wake Up Early by Sleeping Earlier and Common Problems

How to Wake Up Early: How to Wake Up Early by Sleeping Earlier and Common Problems | CE Project Sleep | Scoop.it

Waking up early is one of my favorite things in the world. The morning is quiet when the world did not begin agitation, the ideal time for meditation, writing, reading and exercise alone.


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What to Eat to Help You Sleep | Care2 Healthy Living

What to Eat to Help You Sleep | Care2 Healthy Living | CE Project Sleep | Scoop.it
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) now considers our lack of sleep a public health epidemic. Currently, Americans spend more than $84.
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Bad Sleep 'Dramatically' Alters Body: Study

Bad Sleep 'Dramatically' Alters Body: Study | CE Project Sleep | Scoop.it

A run of poor sleep can have a potentially profound effect on the internal workings of the human body, say UK researchers.

The activity of hundreds of genes was altered when people's sleep was cut to less than six hours a day for a week.

 

Writing in the journal PNAS, the researchers said the results helped explain how poor sleep damaged health.

 

Heart disease, diabetes, obesity and poor brain function have all been linked to substandard sleep.

What missing hours in bed actually does to alter health, however, is unknown.

So researchers at the University of Surrey analysed the blood of 26 people after they had had plenty of sleep, up to 10 hours each night for a week, and compared the results with samples after a week of fewer than six hours a night.


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