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CNET

Hopping into bed with sleep tech? Not so fast
CNET
Researchers studying the use of sleep trackers at Rush University Medical School in Chicago have even given the related anxiety a name: orthosomnia. My flirtation with tech as a sleep aid comes amid a burgeoning market of tech gadgets and apps ...



Daily Mail

Why SLEEP is the best way to fight this year's vaccine-resistant flu
Daily Mail
This flu season is shaping up to be one of the more deadly ones, with at least 85 adults and 30 children dying in the US from influenza-related causes so far this year. Studies have shown lack of sleep can make the flu vaccine less effective and ...

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CBS News

Sleep apnea patient finds rest with implant device: "It saved my life"
CBS News
A treatment is offering hope for millions of patients with sleep apnea, a disorder that causes people to stop breathing when they're asleep. An estimated 22 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea, putting them at greater risk for diabetes, heart ...



CBS New York

New Device Reduces Sleep Apnea In Two-Thirds Of Patients Using It, Study Shows
CBS New York
Peggy had severe obstructive sleep apnea, where he throat muscles relaxed and blocked her airway, disrupting her sleep. On average, she stops breathing 53 times an hour. That's nearly once a minute during the course of a night's sleep. The most common ...

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HuffPost

Why Sleeping Will Help You Stick To Your Resolutions All Year Round
HuffPost
Whether you're pledging to get to the gym more or promising to drink less, the key to sticking to your goals this year is making sure you get enough sleep. It may sound counterproductive to hit the hay when you're working toward new goals, but research ...



CBS Chicago

Sleep Quality May Be Linked With Alzheimer's
CBS Chicago
(CBS) –– What if the key to preventing Alzheimer's is to just get more sleep? Research is now pointing us in that direction. Still, for some, sleeping long enough and good enough isn't easy. CBS 2's Marissa Bailey explains how doctors in Chicago are ...

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Daily Mail

Just ONE HOUR of social media a day is enough to ruin your sleeping pattern, study warns
Daily Mail
'Importantly, significant associations were found when social media use exceeded one hour per day, suggesting that even this level of social media may be negatively associated with sleep duration. 'Although females spent significantly more time using ...
Social media use linked to lack of sleep in studentsEurekAlert (press release)

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Middle age sleep problems tied to cognitive decline down the line
Reuters
(Reuters Health) - People who suffer from sleep disturbances in midlife or as they age may be more likely to develop cognitive impairment than people who usually get plenty of uninterrupted rest, new research suggests. Researchers examined data from ...

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Reader's Digest

This Is the Real Reason You Talk in Your Sleep
Reader's Digest
Sleep talking, which is formally called somniloquy, is exactly what its nickname suggests, unknowingly talking in your sleep. Many children who sleep talk eventually grow out of it; an estimated five percent of adults talk in their sleep, men more so ...

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Mashable

Ikea wants you to try a Swedish sleep trend that could save your relationship
Mashable
Which is pretty great for those whose partners prefer different TOG ratings. "Many of us find that not getting a good night's sleep is becoming a regular occurrence," says Carol McSeveny, Ikea UK & Ireland's textiles leader. "This is why we have ...
Bad night sleep? These are the reasons Brits aren't getting enough shut-eyeExpress.co.uk
Ikea's latest launch promises a better night's sleepIdeal Home
The IKEA "TOG-Ether Bundle" Is A Swedish Sleeping Method That Will Supposedly Save RelationshipsBustle

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