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Almost half of Singaporeans aren’t getting enough sleep – and a shocking number still sleep with their ‘chou chou’
And around half of Singaporeans still sleep with their "chou chou".
Sleep deprivation can kill you — here’s what sleeping less than 7 hours per night does to your body and brain
Sleep needs vary from person to person — a tiny fraction of people are able to get by on little sleep, while others need more than average. But most adults need seven to nine hours of sleep, and kids need even more. Without that, physical and mental health can suffer.
Elon Musk says he’s so exhausted that friends are ‘really concerned’ — here’s how much sleep you really need to stay hea...
You could be one of those incredibly rare people that can actually get by on a few hours of sleep a night or you could be on the opposite end of the spectrum.
Someone might snore sporadically if they're suffering from allergies or a cold, if they've been drinking, or even in some cases if they happen to sleep in certain positions. But snoring is also one of the primary symptoms of a common but serious medical condition, sleep apnea.
Trump’s doctor says he only sleeps 4-5 hours each night — and there could be a scientific reason why
Short-sleepers are both early birds and night owls. But the condition only occurs in about 1% of the population.
3 scientists just won the Nobel Prize for discovering how body clocks are regulated — here’s why that’s such a big deal
Three researchers were awarded the 2017 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine "for their discoveries of molecular mechanisms controlling the circadian rhythm."
In addition to causing weight gain and wrecking short term memory, bad sleep is associated with biological signs of Alzheimer's disease.
In addition to causing weight gain and wrecking short term memory, bad sleep is associated with more biological signs of Alzheimer's.
More than a third of Americans don't get the recommended seven to nine hours of sleep a night. But there's hope!
We all have a natural internal clock: our circadian rhythm. It makes us feel tired when it's time to sleep and wakes us up on a schedule. And it can be changed.