HEALTHY LIVING

Sleep Deprivation In Hospitals Is A Real Problem

06/25/2013 01:18 pm ET
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The importance of sleep is perhaps most realized when we become sick. When we are hospitalized and most in need of every ounce of health, though, hospital care practically guarantees that we won't get good sleep. Fortunately, two approaches hold promise to improve sleep for patients: one organizational, and the other a common trick of the trade among those of us working in behavioral economics.

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