Missing out on sleep won't just leave you groggy the next day. Over time, sleep deprivation can start to mess with nearly every system in your body, which can put your health and well-being at risk.
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We don't have to tell you that you're likely to feel pretty grumpy after a night of too little sleep.
But there are a handful of very real physical...
The effect of Daylight Saving Time clearly indicates that sleep is not a luxury, but rather a necessity impacting our physical health, brain function and safety.
The CDC refers to sleep deprivation as a "public health epidemic," and I completely agree. Sleep affects every system in the body, and each one must function efficiently in order to achieve optimum health.
For years, studies have showed that a lack of sleep impacts memory and cognitive performance.
Now here's another good reason to get enough sleep: s...
By Simcha Whitehill for YouBeauty.com
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By Chris Iliades, M.D.
Medically reviewed by Farrokh Sohrabi, M.D.
According to the American Insomnia Study, about 23 percent of American worker...
This year's winner finished in eight days and eight hours, and averaged 400 miles of riding per day. How did he accomplish this? He essentially gave up sleep for the duration of the race.
“You need to get a good night’s sleep,” is a mantra we’ve all heard countless times for years. Unfortunately though, it seems that as a collec...
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