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Inverse

Twitter Usage Data Can Map How Screwed Up Your Sleep Is
Inverse
He explains that the theory behind using social media data to explain sleep patterns is that firstly, it can solve the issue of asking people to self- report their hours of sleep, which is not always reliable. And second, it's a record of wakefulness ...

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Myjoyonline.com

Are you getting too much sleep?
Myjoyonline.com
How did you sleep last night? It's something we assess on waking every day, some people consider themselves good at it, others struggle. And the general consensus has long been that around eight hours is an ideal amount. Experts largely agree that this ...



KTUU.com

Covenant House surpasses $1M goal as execs 'sleep out' for homelessness
KTUU.com
ORIGINAL STORY - A mass of Alaskans came together to help end youth homelessness at Covenant House Alaska's annual Candlelight Vigil & Executive Sleep Out Thursday night, having raised more than $994,000 in recent weeks with hopes of hitting the ...
Covenant House Sleep Out in New Orleans shows support for homeless, at-risk youthWDSU New Orleans
Community Leaders Sleep Outside To Raise Money For Homeless YouthCBS Philly

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Daily Telegraph

7 ways to get an extra hour's sleep despite the heat
Daily Telegraph
“Summer is absolutely the time of year when more people have trouble sleeping, and it has a lot to do with the outside temperature,” says sleep guru Dr Michael Breus. “Your entire sleep system is based on a daily temperature rhythm where your body ...

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Economic Times

Interrupted sleep, disrupted body clock? Blame Twitter for the 'social jet lag'
Economic Times
NEW YORK: People's social media usage, which largely mirrors daily work schedules and school calendars, is causing a huge amount of "social jet lag" and disrupting their biological clocks, reveals a study that analysed patterns of activity on the ...

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New York Magazine

Everything You Need to Fall Asleep in Economy Class
New York Magazine
Dr. W. Chris Winter, author of The Sleep Solution and a sleep specialist who has researched how sleep and travel affect professional athletes' performance, says people often tell him they can't sleep on planes. His advice is to instead devote the first ...



Psychology Today (blog)

The Complicated Link Between Diabetes and Sleep
Psychology Today (blog)
One of the most serious health consequences of disrupted, poor quality sleep is a significantly increased risk for diabetes. The relationship between sleep and diabetes is complex, and scientists are still working to understand all the ways that sleep ...

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SELF

7 Things That Keep Me From Profusely Sweating in My Sleep
SELF
And although I find hyperhidrosis, as it's technically called, to be mildly disruptive of my much-needed beauty sleep, I've found several ways to mitigate my nightly sweat sessions. Specifically, through using specialized bed sheets, pajamas, and sleep ...



Calgary Herald

Nieman: Tired moms shouldn't stress over babies' sleep
Calgary Herald
In an upcoming publication in Pediatrics (December 2018), Canadian researchers are adding some reassurance. Researchers analyzed data from obstetric clinics in Montreal and Hamilton to see how many babies sleep through the night at six months and at ...

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WKBN.com

Ministry members sleep outside to raise awareness of youth ...
WKBN.com
Members of Connecting Hearts Ministries began camping and sleeping on Warren Avenue in Youngstown around 7 p.m..

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