Forbes

Binge-Watching TV Is Linked To Poorer Sleep And Insomnia
Forbes
Falling into the category of "not surprising but worth a study on," a new study finds that binge-watching a favorite TV show before bed is a bad idea, at least when it comes to sleep. Binge-watching seems to increase what psychologists call arousal ...
Binge Watching Is Linked to Poor SleepPacific Standard
Study: Binge-watching leads to poor sleep quality and fatigueWVLT
Binge-watching television may harm quality of sleep, survey suggestsUPI.com
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Business Insider

Here's why four hours of sleep is terrible for you — even if you don't feel tired
Business Insider
Some people, including the president and many celebrities boast about being able to function on as little as hours of sleep. But is it necessarily good for you? Brad Stulberg, coauthor of "Peak Performance: Elevate your Game, Avoid Burnout and Thrive ...

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Fox News

How binge-watching is messing with your sleep | Fox News
Fox News
If you've ever pushed back your bedtime to watch just one more episode of "Orange Is the New Black," or lay in bed wide-eyed after streaming three exhilarating ...

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Danbury News Times

Danbury dentist accredited in dental sleep medicine
Danbury News Times
“If a patient's sleep ability is not healthy, the rest of his or her body cannot attain the most favorable health, either,” Chahine said. “I see my job as evaluating the whole patient and trying to create the best dental situation possible to foster ...



Forbes

America The Sleep-Deprived
Forbes
Are your kids getting enough sleep? New research reveals that children who fall short by just one hour per night have a higher risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. This alarming data point comes at a time when fewer Americans than ever are getting the ...



Obstructive Sleep Apnea - A common disorder to treat seriously…and seriously treat
HuffPost
You've probably heard of sleep apnea, and if you haven't already, chances are you will. Sleep apnea is a common disorder that affects one in five adults, afflicting more men than women. What many don't realize is that sleep apnea can lead to serious ...
Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Elevated Blood Coagulability: Is There a Link?Monthly Prescribing Reference (registration)

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Medical Xpress

Sleep patterns contribute to racial differences in disease risk
Medical Xpress
Using data from a sleep study, the team of investigators assessed both total sleep time and sleep efficiency—the percent of time spent in bed actually asleep—among 426 African-American and European-American adults who were included in the Midlife in ...



Couples-focused apnea therapy may improve sleep, CPAP use
Reuters
(Reuters Health) - Positive, supportive interactions between sleep partners could help people with sleep apnea adhere to continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy, suggests a small study. Couples who focused on the benefits for both the ...

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The Independent

The perfect time of day to nap revealed
The Independent
Many people also experience post-lunch sleepiness or a lack of alertness, making it the perfect time to nap. You should aim to nap for 20 to 30 minutes - any longer and you risk falling into a deep sleep which could actually leave you feeling groggy ...



Reader's Digest

There's a Scientific Reason Why You Always Sleep Under Blankets—Even When It's Hot
Reader's Digest
Each and every one of us has a favorite sleeping position—whether it's the fetal curl, the splaying starfish, the yearner's stretch, or the log pose—and here's what each one says about your personality. But there's one sleep habit we all have in ...

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