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Slate Magazine

Elon Musk May Not Be Working All The Hours He Claims, But Boy He Needs Sleep
Among the headscratchers in a confessional New York Times interview published Thursday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk claims he's been logging 120-hour workweeks. That seems unlikely, but his apparent sleep deprivation looks increasingly problematic.
Elon Musk Needs SleepSlate Magazine
Elon Musk says grueling 120-hour work weeks are taking a toll on his health. Here's what sleeping less than 7 hours ...Business Insider
Tesla's Elon Musk works 120 hours a week, uses Ambien to sleepFox News -The Independent -BGR -New York Times
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Give Yourself A Better Bedroom For Better Sleep
This creates a healthy and inviting sleep environment, free of unnecessary distractions that might get in the way of a good night's sleep,” shares Shanon Makekau, MD, the Chief of Pulmonology and Sleep Medicine at Kaiser Permanente Moanalua Medical ...

New York Times

For Babies, Solid Food at 3 Months May Lead to Sounder Sleep
New York Times
Parenting experts typically say six months of exclusive breast-feeding is ideal, but many new mothers also suspect that offering some solid food after about three months can assure a good night's sleep for both themselves and their babies. A new study ...

The Boston Globe

Sleep, the final frontier: This guy studies it. Here's what he has to say
The Boston Globe
We sit in candlelight, our knees almost touching, and I stare into eyes deep and soulful and talk about my dreams. Literally. Dreams about floating in the sky, skimming treetops and avoiding power lines as I drift like a colorful hot-air balloon toward ...


This $30 sleep mask is like having blackout curtains everywhere you go
If we only had it our way, we'd drift right off to dreamland the moment our head touched the pillow. But it seems the harder you try to fall asleep, the more of a struggle it becomes. Between racing thoughts, electronic devices that won't stop lighting ...

Coshocton Tribune

Too little sleep can have a big impact on your health
Coshocton Tribune
There are many adjustments as school starts this week, but the most important just may be our sleep habits. According to research at the University of Washington's Medical Sleep Center, sleep directly affects our immune system. They compared adult ...
Too Much Sleep Can be Really Bad for Your HealthUnreserved Media (blog)

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CBS News

Feeling lonely? You might need to get more sleep, study says
CBS News
Lack of sleep may be ruining your social life, new research has found. A study published in the journal Nature Communications found that sleep-deprived people feel lonelier and less inclined to engage with others. These individuals tend to avoid close ...
Poor sleep triggers viral loneliness and social rejectionScience Daily
Feeling lonely? Why a good night's sleep might be the ultimate cureThe Guardian
Your Lack Of Sleep Might Just Be Making You
Smithsonian -WSB Atlanta -UC Berkeley
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Live Science

'Contagious' Loneliness Could Follow Poor Sleep
Live Science
Getting too little sleep is tied to a slew of ill health effects, and now, researchers say sleep deprivation could contribute to loneliness as well. And this loneliness could be "contagious." A small new study suggests that when people are sleep ...
Sleep deprivation fuels loneliness because tired people are socially repellent, say
Sleep deprivation can make people less attractive: studyNew York Post
Sleep loss can make people more isolated and lonely: StudyABC News
BGR -Nature
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Bleacher Report

NBA Teams Nobody Should Sleep on Next Season
Bleacher Report
Though every NBA squad will enter the 2018-19 season carrying expectations, not all of those expectations are equal. The world knows the Golden State Warriors will start the year as the overwhelming favorites to defend their back-to-back titles. It ...

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Evening preference, lack of sleep associated with higher BMI in people with prediabetes
Science Daily
Lack of sufficient sleep has been previously linked to an increased risk for numerous health conditions, including obesity and diabetes. Evening preference has also been linked to higher weight and higher risk for diabetes. Reutrakul and her colleagues ...

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