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How Sleep (or Lack of It) Can Affect Your Bottom Line

Filed under: How to Save Money Getty By Jim Gold Money never sleeps. However, you should, especially if you want to keep your fiscal health. Just one night’s lost sleep can cost you a bundle. “You need good self-control to make good financial decisions and plans,” says Todd Kashdan, George Mason University psychology professor and co-author of “The Upside of ...

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Deep Sleep And Alzheimer’s: Erratic Sleeping Habits Prevent Brain’s Clean-Up, Allowing Toxins To Steadily Deteriorate Memory

Your erratic sleeping habits may be setting the stage for Alzheimer’s disease. The lack of sufficient deep sleep has been linked to multiple physical and psychological ailments, but scientists may be close to finding a definitive link between poor sleep and Alzheimer’s disease. Jeffrey Iliff, a brain scientist at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, insists that sleeping habits, ...

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Stop Snoring! Device Uses Wireless Technology To Improve Sleep

Methods to help you stop snoring come in all shapes and sizes. Soon there may be a new device entering the market that will help you stop snoring using wireless technology. Consumers spend over $ 34.4 billion each year on snoring remedies. The list of anti-snoring solutions available include pills, dentures, nasal strips, and sometimes surgery. A new electronic device, ...

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Turns Out You May Be Getting Enough Sleep After All

Good news, folks. Looks like you may be getting enough sleep after all. According to a new study released this week, our ancestors may have had less sleep than we do. Jerome Siegel of the University of California, Los Angeles and Gandhi Yetish of the University of New Mexico studied the sleeping patterns of traditional societies in Africa and South ...

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These Are The Spectacular Reasons Why You Should Sleep In Your Birthday Suit

When it comes to health and fitness, there is no other time than the present that we know more (or practice more) on both. For fitness, its aggressively positive promotion through charismatic health gurus like Tony Horton has resulted in more people (especially Americans) living healthier lives. For health, scientific experts are confirming the intricacies of a healthy life, not ...

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Napping Reverses Adverse Health Effects Caused By Poor Sleep, Enhances Productivity

A short nap effectively reverses the adverse effects of sleep deprivation. According to a new study published in the Endocrine Society’s Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism (JCEM), a short nap can help relieve stress and bolster the immune systems of men, who slept only two hours the previous night. Sleep deprivation is one of the biggest and most commonly ...

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A Good Night’s Sleep is the Secret to Success

Getting some shuteye can benefit your productivity and overall health. Tossing and turning the night before a big presentation at work, or going without sleep for reasons you just can’t explain – there’s little doubt that failure to get a good night’s sleep leaves you groggy and dazed, at best. But the cognitive effects of sleep deprivation, whether you miss an entire ...

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Man admits using bogus sleep study to record women’s rapes

Frances BurnsCHIBA, Japan, Feb. 5 (UPI) — A man with no medical training has admitted using a bogus sleep study to rape and videotape scores of women, police in Japan said. Top News – UPI.com

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