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Washington Post

Sleeping in on the weekends can compensate for lack of sleep during the week, study suggests
Washington Post
Sleeping in on a day off feels marvelous, especially for those of us who don't get nearly enough rest during the workweek. But are the extra weekend winks worth it? It's a question that psychologist Torbjorn Akerstedt, director of the Stress Research ...
Can You Catch Up on Lost Sleep On the Weekends? Here's What Experts ThinkTIME
Need an excuse to sleep in during weekends? It could keep you alive longer, study saysMiami Herald
Sleeping in on the Weekends Could Help You Live Longermenshealth.com
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New York Times

How Nighttime Tablet and Phone Use Disturbs Sleep - The New ...
New York Times
When a person used an iPad instead of reading print before bedtime, he or she had a later sleep onset and suppressed levels of melatonin.
Evening use of light-emitting tablets may disrupt healthy sleep ...Science Daily
Evening use of computers might disrupt healthy sleep - HEALTH ...The Jerusalem Post
Kids need sleep. School should start no earlier than 8:30 a.m. ...Lexington Herald Leader

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Financial Times

From narcolepsy to apnoea: the science of sleep disorders
Financial Times
This is sleep paralysis, where you wake to find yourself paralysed and very, very frightened. Sleep paralysis is often accompanied by hallucinations, the brain filling in imagery to make sense of the fear. It is one of the most common sleep disorders ...

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Financial Times

Death's understudy: what sleep can teach medicine
Financial Times
The need to sleep is a bewildering habit of our species. As darkness falls, we undergo a nocturnal lapse in agency, a period of vulnerability during which the senses lie low and our guard falls. Even if we escape being burgled or murdered as we snooze ...



Financial Times

Can't sleep? There's an app for that
Financial Times
My forays into the sleep-industrial complex really took off after the birth of my son. Being a new parent turns you into a sleep obsessive. My harried peers and I would swap tips on getting our infants to shut their eyes and stay that way for longer ...



Barron's

Apple: Don't Sleep on the App Store
Barron's
Investors underestimate the importance of the App Store to Apple's services business, according to some bullish analysts. In a Wednesday night note, Morgan Stanley analysts—who have an “overweight” rating on the shares and one of the Street's highest ...

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Northern Wyoming Daily News Worland Wyoming

Ten Sleep students learning to give back
Northern Wyoming Daily News Worland Wyoming
Wednesday, after taping Ten Sleep School social studies teacher Dane Weaver to the wall, Ten Sleep School students K-6 went to the Ten Sleep cemetery to decorate the graves with flowers for Memorial Day and students 7-11 helped with the recycling ...



TechRadar

Nokia Sleep review
TechRadar
The Nokia Sleep offers lots of stats and means you can monitor your sleep quality without having to wear an annoying wrist-based tracker, but it's a high price to pay considering you can get cheaper fitness trackers.



UW Medicine Newsroom (press release) (blog)

CPAP for sleep apnea improves sex for women, but not men
UW Medicine Newsroom (press release) (blog)
Among women with obstructive sleep apnea, use of a CPAP machine during sleep can lead to improved sexual quality of life, according to a study published today in JAMA Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery. The study findings, however, did not show the ...
CPAP Boosts Sex Life for Women With Obstructive Sleep ApneaEveryday Health, Inc. (blog)
Using a CPAP machine can improve sex lives for some, study saysCNN
Sleep apnea mask boosts sexual performance in female sufferersDaily Mail

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Ars Technica

How you end up sleep-deprived matters
Ars Technica
Anyone who has tried to pull a late-night study session and wound up rereading the same pages of their textbook because they couldn't focus has experienced it. And countless studies confirm it: if you're sleep deprived, your brain starts functioning ...


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