Live better, Sleep longer: An insight to the effects of sleep deprivation

By Kenzie MacDonald,   Based on reports from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM), the National Institute of Health recommends that adults over the age of 18 get 7-8 hours of sleep a night in order to feel refreshed.1 Although we may be aware or these recommendations, it has been reported that nearly one-third [...]

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Daytime Napping and Metabolism

By Susannah Reid, It is common knowledge that we need to sleep well to stay healthy and have the ability to focus and perform well each day. Napping is both a daily routine and a strategy to make up a few hours of sleep. Over the last 30 years’ chronic sleep deprivation has gradually increased [...]

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The Effect of Exercise on Sleep

One of the issues for people living in an urban environment is sleep deprivation. Due to the high stimuli of the city at all times of the day, sleep levels can decrease because of premature awakenings and longer time needed to fall asleep. This can be caused through high noise levels, stress, or other factors [...]

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