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Economic Times

Why this Japanese company is paying its employees to get a full night's sleep
Economic Times
Employees who sleep at least six hours a night, for at least five days a week, are awarded points by Crazy Inc., a wedding organizer in Japan. The points can be exchanged for food in the company cafeteria worth as much as 64,000 yen ($570) per year.

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News-Medical.net

Alzheimer's Disease and Sleep Disruption
News-Medical.net
Sleep requirements change throughout life. As part of normal aging, sleep generally becomes briefer and fragmented, with older people often having multiple naps throughout the day. This may not be the pattern of sleep seen in patients with Alzheimer's ...



Bloomington Pantagraph

Bed Blitz: 60 local youth will sleep better on new beds
Bloomington Pantagraph
BLOOMINGTON — When Cody Lebovitz visited a friend and saw him sleeping on a van seat in the living room, he realized that there were more people in the Twin Cities who needed help than he originally thought. “I have no idea where he got his energy ...



Inc.com

It's Official: A Massive Sleep Study of 44000 People Shows Exactly How Much Sleep You Need Each Night
Inc.com
... lot of other information ... that we even haven't managed to look at yet. There are lots of other factors, such as the effect of aging. Are there differences between men and women? How are people in different countries dealing with different ...



South China Morning Post

Here's an experiment for Carrie Lam: will more sleep result in better policies?
South China Morning Post
Although we are glad that Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor isn't busy tweeting retaliative rants at 3am, her repeated proclamation of her sleep deprivation is disquieting. The latest example was her interview on TVB's Straight Talk programme ...

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Netdoctor

Sleep apnea more deadly when patients experience short interrupted breaths
Science Daily
Patients with sleep apnea who have short interruptions in breathing while they sleep are at higher risk for death than those with longer interruptions, according to a study published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine.
Houston Astros Pitcher Josh James Discovered His 'Laziness' Was Actually a Symptom of Sleep ApneaSELF
Can't sleep? Try these products to help with insomniaNetdoctor
Sleep apnea explained: the causes and the treatmentBritish GQ
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Better Homes and Gardens

If you suffer from this type of sleep apnoea, you're at greater risk of early death
Better Homes and Gardens
If you find yourself snoring during the night or wake up feeling unrefreshed despite hitting 10 hours, there's a good chance you're suffering from sleep apnoea. And while the condition is prevalent, new research suggests one type is linked to greater ...



Science Friday

How Genes Determine Our Quality Of Sleep
Science Friday
How did you sleep last night? If you're one of the estimated one in three American adults who gets less than seven hours of sleep per night, you may not want to answer that one. As researchers cement the connection between sleep and health, others are ...



inews.co.uk

A waking nightmare: My 20 year struggle with sleep paralysis
inews.co.uk
Going to bed should be one of life's biggest luxuries, something you often long for all day. Imagine, though, if it was something that you dreaded; if the idea of going to sleep filled you with such terror you kept yourself awake for hours to avoid it ...



Daily Mail

Wake up to the future of sleep: Robots you can hug, a ring fit for royalty, and a pebble that trains your brain are ...
Daily Mail
I sleep fairly well now — though spinning thoughts occasionally ping me awake at 3am — but all of us are sleeping less. We are catching a mere six-and-a-half hours' sleep a night on average, and a bleary-eyed 65 per cent of us suffer from impaired ...


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