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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It’s unconstitutional to ban the homeless from sleeping outside, the federal … – Washington Post (blog)

 

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It's unconstitutional to ban the homeless from sleeping outside, the federal
Washington Post (blog)
We all need sleep, which is a fact of life but also a legally important point. Last week, the Department of Justice argued as much in a statement of interest it filed in a relatively obscure case in Boise, Idaho, that could impact how cities regulate
Justice Dept.: Human Beings Need Sleep, So Stop Fining Them for Sleeping OutsideGawker
Justice Department Says It's Not Illegal To Sleep OutsideThe Consumerist
Department of Justice Says Cities Can't Ban the Homeless From Sleeping OutsideRYOT
NOLA.com –Acton Institute (blog)
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It’s official: if you’re middle-aged and not sleeping enough, you’re rotting away – The Guardian

 

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It's official: if you're middle-aged and not sleeping enough, you're rotting away
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In fact, promise me this: next time you read the Guardian and see my weird smug foetus of a byline photo staring back at you, just go to sleep. Shut your eyes and have a four-minute nap instead. Do that 15 times and you'll have magicked a full hour of
My midlife sleep crisis: a nightly battle with insomniaTelegraph.co.uk
Getting less than six hours sleep a night increases risk of early deathThe Independent
When your government tells you to get more sleepNEWS.com.au
Daily Mail –Milton Keynes oneMK
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Sleeping on your side could lower risk for Alzheimer’s disease – AOL.com – AOL News

 

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Sleeping on your side could lower risk for Alzheimer's disease – AOL.com
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Scientists used rodents to test how different sleep positions affect the glymphatic system. The glymphatic system is the waste clearance system for the brain. Researchers found that lying on your side when you sleep is the most efficient position for
Side Sleeping May More Effectively Remove Brain WasteSleep Review
Sleeping on your side may help prevent Alzheimer's disease by flushing out Daily Mail
Can Certain Sleeping Positions Prevent Brain Damage Better Than Others?Shape Magazine
Hindustan Times –Huffington Post –AskMen
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Lateral Sleeping Position Influences Clean-Up Of Brain’s Metabolic Waste … – Medical Daily

 

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Lateral Sleeping Position Influences Clean-Up Of Brain's Metabolic Waste
Medical Daily
When we all go to bed, we tend to sleep on our back, side, stomach, or assume the fetal position. Our body posture when we sleep can influence our personality, well-being, and even our brain health. According to a recent study published in the The
Could sleeping on one's side reduce risk of Alzheimer's?Medical News Today
Sleeping position could affect brain health, study suggestsCTV News
Sleep on Your Side to Improve Brain Function, Cut Alzheimer's RiskSoftpedia News
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