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Why sleep should be every student's priority
BBC News
Sleep is really a central part of learning,” he says. “Even though you're not studying when you sleep, your brain is still studying. It's almost like it's working on your behalf. You can't really get the full impact of the time you put into your ...



Quartz

Can you make up for lost sleep? Experts are divided — Quartzy
Quartz
It's Friday and you're clocking off, and after a few sleepless nights you want to tuck yourself up early and catch up on all the sleep you've lost. But does it really ...

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Entrepreneur

The Billion-Dollar Reason You Should Get More Sleep
Entrepreneur
Yet sleep deprivation can turn us into social lepers,” explained Matthew Walker, the study's senior author and a psychology and neuroscience professor, in a release about the findings. “The less sleep you get, the less you want to socially interact. In ...
Study Finds Sleep Loss Can Make You Feel Extra LonelySleepopolis (blog)

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Medical News Today

The 5 Most Impactful Findings From National Geographic's 'Science of Sleep' Issue
Medical News Today
The National Geographic cover story is a deep look into sleep and its effect on our well-being. The magazine's editors liken sleep to a place we go, rather than a state of being. "Sleep is an undiscovered country that each one of us travels to every ...



Loma Linda University Health

Try these tips to get better sleep
Loma Linda University Health
Getting a good night sleep is one of the most important elements in maintaining good health, but electronic devices can have adverse effects that can make it hard to fall asleep. According to the National Sleep Foundation, 95 percent of people use some ...



Florida Today

8 tips for better sleep
Florida Today
While sleep requirements will vary slightly from person to person, according to the Sleep Foundation's website (www.sleepfoundation.org), most healthy adults need between 7 to 9 hours of sleep per night to function at their best. Children and teens ...

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Fast Company

Fitbit wants to get in your bed
Fast Company
Later this year, Fitbit will launch a sleep-monitoring service (in beta) that uses several of the sensors on Fitbit wearables to give users information about how well they're sleeping. The sleep-tracking program is called Sleep Score, which the company ...
Fitbit Touts New 'Sleep Score' Tracker, Unveils Inexpensive 'Charge 3'MediaPost Communications
The brand-new Fitbit offers guided meditation and sleep trackingBusiness Insider South Africa
Fitbit Charge 3 | Advanced Fitness TrackerFitbit
Fitbit -YouTube
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The Mercury News

Musk, Huffington spar over how much sleep he needs
The Mercury News
By Lindsey Bever | Washington Post. An apparently overworked, under-rested Elon Musk rejected Arianna Huffington's recent suggestion that he get more sleep – and he did so in a tweet in the middle of the night. The Tesla CEO told the New York Times ...
Elon Musk doesn't need more sleepLivemint
Elon Musk Details 'Excruciating' Personal Toll of Tesla TurmoilNew York Times
Exclusive: Saudi PIF in talks to invest in aspiring Tesla rival Lucid - sourcesReuters
Thrive Global -Bloomberg
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Petoskey News-Review

Physician: Sleep key part of good back-to-school prep
Petoskey News-Review
As thousands of youth prepare to go back to school — and with many colleges already back in session — the importance of establishing and maintaining a sleep schedule shouldn't be overlooked, said Dr. Dwayne Griffin, director of the McLaren Northern ...



New York Post

New parents will do almost anything for sleep
New York Post
One in four new parents (27 percent) would live on only baby food for an entire year if it meant they'd finally get some sleep, according to new research. A new survey of 2,000 parents on the challenges of being a first-time parent found that the ...


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