Sleeping late? Napping all the time? What your sleep says about your health – CNN

 

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Sleeping late? Napping all the time? What your sleep says about your health
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The much-loved weekend snooze stems from the need to catch up on sleep lost during the week. "That's an attempt to pay-back sleep deprivation," says Charles Czeisler, chief of the Division of Sleep and Circadian Disorders at the Brigham and Women's …
What your sleep says about your healthKCCI Des Moines

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Late Night Snacks: Switch from Pizza to Ooey Gooey Goodness with Insomnia … – HottyToddy.com

 

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Late Night Snacks: Switch from Pizza to Ooey Gooey Goodness with Insomnia
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We all have our favorite pizza company on speed dial preparing ourselves for the moment the late night cravings attack, but have you ever had the craving that only a homemade ooey gooey cookie could fix? Insomnia Cookies is sure to have the snack that …

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Late Eats: Insomnia Cookies delivers hot cookies until to 3 am – Main Line

 

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Late Eats: Insomnia Cookies delivers hot cookies until to 3 am
Main Line
In addition to cookies, Insomnia Cookies makes brownies, cookie cakes, and ice cream sandwiches. The cookies include sugar, chocolate chunk, oatmeal raisin, snickerdoodle, M & M, peanut butter, double chocolate mint, double chocolate chunk and white …

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James Corden’s Dealing With Insomnia Days Before His Late Late Show Debut – Your Daily Scoop

 

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James Corden's Dealing With Insomnia Days Before His Late Late Show Debut
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British actor James Corden is suffering sleepless nights only a short time before his debut as host of The Late Late Show. The Into The Woods star takes over the hosting responsibilities for Craig Ferguson Monday and he is so scared of his big moment

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Recurring Negative Thoughts May Be The Effect Of Little Sleep Or Very Late … – Science Times

 

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Recurring Negative Thoughts May Be The Effect Of Little Sleep Or Very Late
Science Times
Having negative thoughts could be the result of lack of sleep or getting to bed very late at night, a recent Binghamton University study revealed. Repetitive pessimistic thinking was linked to people who get only a few hours of sleep compared to those
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Late Capitalism and the Ends of Sleep by Jonathan Crary: Sleep is a standing … – New Statesman

 

Late Capitalism and the Ends of Sleep by Jonathan Crary: Sleep is a standing
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When I close my laptop, it goes to sleep. It's a curiously domestic metaphor but it also implies that sleep in humans and other animals is just a kind of low-power standby mode. (Do computers dream of electric sleep?) Last year, Apple announced a twist

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Late Night Snacking Tied To Weight Gain From Sleep Deprivation – Huffington Post

 

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Late Night Snacking Tied To Weight Gain From Sleep Deprivation
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Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania found that in a controlled laboratory setting, people who were restricted from getting any more than four hours of sleep for five nights in a row tended to consume more calories, and gained more weight
Why skimping on sleep could pile on the pounds because it makes you eat moreDaily Mail
Late Bedtimes and Less Sleep May Lead to Weight Gain in Healthy AdultsScience Daily (press release)
Too little sleep may be associated with weight gainExaminer.com
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Late Bedtimes and Less Sleep May Lead to Weight Gain in Healthy Adults – Science Daily (press release)

 

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Late Bedtimes and Less Sleep May Lead to Weight Gain in Healthy Adults
Science Daily (press release)
June 28, 2013 — A new study suggests that healthy adults with late bedtimes and chronic sleep restriction may be more susceptible to weight gain due to the increased consumption of calories during late-night hours.
Why skimping on sleep could pile on the pounds because it makes you eat moreDaily Mail
Study: Less sleep may lead to weight gain – KWWLkwwl.com
Sleeping To Stay Slim: 8-Fold Increase In Weight Gain Caused By Sleep Medical Daily
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