Teens need more sleep than you think
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Does what you eat matter to your sleep?

The science on diet and sleep Do you struggle to get enough…
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The economics of treating insomnia

Insomnia treatments improve lives—and save money Despite…
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Does the full moon make your kids less sleepy?

New evidence that the moon influences human sleep Do you ever…
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Low on Vitamin D, sleep suffers

We’re nearing the end of what’s been a long winter for people…
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Digging into memory—and its relationship to sleep

When you’re tempted to stay up late for the sake of being productive, in mind that you and your memory ultimately will be better served by getting a good night’s sleep. Well rested, you’re more likely to feel better, perform better, and to remember more.
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Do Sleep Problems in Teens Predict Drug and Alcohol Problems?

The problems with sleep that predicted substance abuse issues included difficulty falling asleep and staying asleep, as well as insufficient time spent sleeping.
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Sleep is a turn on

There needs to be more attention paid to the relationship between sleep and sexual function, in both men and women, at all stages of life. Sleep may have a significant role to play in the health and vitality of our sexual lives.
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Cultivating Mindfulness to Help Sleep

Mindfulness has also been shown effective in helping to improve sleep, including reducing symptoms of insomnia and other sleep disturbances, as well as reducing daytime tiredness and fatigue. Mindfulness, according to research, also can help alleviate one of the prime obstacles to sleep: worry.