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Sleep deprived people more likely to have car crashes -- ScienceDaily
Science Daily
A new study indicates that people who have slept for fewer than seven of the past 24 hours have higher odds of being involved in and responsible for car ...

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Health24

5 steps to help you wind down and get to sleep faster
Health24
Lose the laptop: Abnormal bright light from computer screens late at night pushes sleep from your brain, says Dr Cistulli. “It causes your mind to start buzzing.” Dim to doze: Dim the lights in your house before you hit the sack and it will allow you ...



Parade

Sleep Deeper Tonight
Parade
It's 3 a.m., and your eyes are glued to the clock, counting down to the time you have to get up–yep, you're struggling through another sleepless night. Lack of sleep is incredibly frustrating–it zaps your energy and concentration, and can have adverse ...



Business Insider

What happens when you sleep in your contacts
Business Insider
Irina Belinsky: Some contact lens brands say that it's okay to sleep in them, but as a general rule, it's really not. Contact lenses are safe, but they're safe if you take care of them appropriately, and part of good contact lens hygiene is not ...



Palm Beach Post

Sleep-deprived drivers more likely to cause car crashes, study finds
Palm Beach Post
Researchers from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety recently conducted a study, published in the Sleep journal, to determine the relationship between sleep deprivation and motor vehicle crashes. “While the dangers of driving drowsy were already well ...

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Global Leader in Mindfulness and Meditation Launches New “Sleep by Headspace”
Odessa American
BUSINESS WIRE)--Sep 18, 2018--Headspace, the global leader in mindfulness and meditation, today announced the launch of Sleep by Headspace, its newest suite of content specifically designed to create the ideal conditions for healthy, restful sleep.

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Economic Times

More than half of parents of sleep-deprived teens blame electronics
Science Daily
Other reasons included irregular sleep schedules due to homework or activities (43 percent), worries about school (31 percent), and concerns about social life (23 percent). Ten percent of parents say their teen's sleep problems are related to a health ...
Parents, take note: Using gadgets at nights leads to poor sleep pattern in childrenEconomic Times
Too much screen time the number one reason for teenage sleep ...The Star Online
Parents Blame Smartphones, Tablets for Teens' Sleep TroublesU.S. News & World Report
CTV News -National Poll on Children's Health
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Capitalizing on sleep-wake cycle can drastically increase digital ad profits from social media
Science Daily
Simply aligning post schedules with target audiences' sleep-wake cycles can increase engagement significantly, allowing firms to avoid spending more money on their dedicated social media pages. "Even if the firms were to spend money on boosting, it is ...

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Science Magazine

Drug combo shows promise for treating sleep apnea
Science Magazine
During decades of lab experiments and dozens of clinical trials, scientists have searched in vain for drugs to defeat obstructive sleep apnea, the risky and increasingly prevalent condition in which a person's upper airway repeatedly collapses during ...



Fox News

London Fashion Week featured 'Chubby Cloud' for tired trendsetters to sleep on
Fox News
Over the weekend, London-based accessories designer Anya Hindmarch skipped the usual runway proceedings and instead filled the city's historic Banqueting House with an enormous beanbag lounging surface aimed at putting visitors to sleep.


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