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A bedtime to-do list could help you sleep better - NY Daily News
New York Daily News
For better shut-eye, don't count blessings or sheep at bedtime; take stock instead. A small but intriguing study found that writing a to-do list before turning in helps people get to sleep faster. The reason? The mental housekeeping “offloaded” worry ...
Can't sleep? Time to write your to-do list, study saysMedical News Today
This simple trick will get you to sleep faster and stop you waking at nightBody and Soul
Writing a To-Do List Before Bed Could Help You SleepLive Science
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Greater screen time linked to worsening sleep quality in early ...
Reuters
By Natalie Grover(Reuters Health) - Higher use of electronic media is tied to poorer sleep quality in children as young as three, a new study from Germany suggests.The study investigated the association between media consumption - including electronic ...

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Salon

Why you shouldn't believe everything your sleep tracker tells you
Salon
They primed a group of students on the “right” amount of REM sleep, telling them that 25 percent of the night spent in REM was good, more was better, and less would be detrimental for daytime functioning. The participants were then told that their REM ...



Alphr

There's a socioeconomic divide between those who track their sleep and those who don't
Alphr
For the second year in a row, the Las Vegas-based Consumer Electronics Show has had an entire section dedicated to the hazy, dreamy world of sleep. With an abundance of sleep-monitoring apps being so readily available, a lot of us are trying them out ...

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Business Insider Nordic

You definitely should sleep in on weekends, a major Swedish study finds
Business Insider Nordic
Then you shouldn't have a bad conscience even if you slumber half your day away, according to a Stockholm University study that looked at how a person's age and average hourly sleep hours impacts his or hers chances of survival. “It seems like you ...

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EurekAlert (press release)

Who uses phone apps to track sleep habits? Mostly the healthy and wealthy in US
EurekAlert (press release)
The profile of most Americans who use popular mobile phone apps that track sleep habits is that they are relatively affluent, claim to eat well, and say they are in good health, even if some of them tend to smoke. These are some of the surprise ...

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Daily Mail

The perfect night's sleep, revealed: From putting your legs up the wall to eating protein for dinner, how you can ...
Daily Mail
Jessica's blog post makes it clear as to why we spend one third of our lives sleeping. She explained that sleep helps to repair and restore our bodies for the days ahead. It also helps when it comes to weight and appetite control as when we're tired we ...

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INSIDER

Flight attendants reveal 5 secrets for actually sleeping on a flight
INSIDER
If you want to sleep on the plane, try wearing an oversized hoodie, or looping a huge pashmina over your shoulders and around your neck. Don't forget your big, thick socks. "On long flights it helps to have on comfortable clothing and loose-fitting ...



Cosmopolitan.com

The unexpected thing cabin crew say will help you sleep on a plane
Cosmopolitan.com
Flight attendant and travel blogger Kara Mulder has revealed her unexpected tip for nodding off on her blog The Flight Attendant Life, and it's all to do with when you eat. She explains that sets her watch to the time zone where she's landing, and only ...



Drifting Off With Your Honey Is the Best Part of Partnered Life
Slate Magazine
I refuse to bore you with the insights of romance experts, social workers, and psychologists, all of whom obviously say it's good for your relationship to go to bed at the same time. If you must know, there have been some science-y studies, and yes ...


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