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Sleep More, Worry Less

Sleeping More Could Lead to Worrying Less

Do you find yourself more anxious and flustered more than usual after a bad night of sleep? According to researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, sleep deprivation can activate certain brain regions that affect our emotional processing, increasing feelings of anxiety. Published in the Journal of Neuroscience, the study included 18 young healthy adults […]

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Your Sleep Loss May Be Holding Up Your Relationships

Sleep Loss May Be Holding Up Your Relationships

Skipping out on sleep doesn’t just affect your physical attractiveness, but also how approachable people find you. According to research from the Medical Institute Karolinska in Stockholm, Sweden, getting less than 4 hours of sleep a night or none at all—doesn’t make a difference, you will appear to others equally exhausted. Although it is not a […]

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Study: Sleep Deprivation May Lead To Loss Of Brain Neurons

Study: Sleep Deprivation May Lead To Loss Of Brain Neurons

Research continues to provide evidence of just how important sleep is to our bodies. According to The Huffington Post, a  study that relied on mice suggests that chronic sleep deprivation could have more damaging long-term effects than previously realized. Researchers from Peking University and the University Of Pennsylvania Perelman School Of Medicine found that a […]

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Chronic Sleep Loss May Lead to Schizophrenia Symptoms

Chronic Sleep Loss May Lead to Schizophrenia Symptoms

Even though many people often go without sleep to make room for work, social or personal commitments, the effects of sleep deprivation shouldn’t be taken lightly. One study is suggesting that when a healthy person experiences 24 hours of sleep deprivation, they may display conditions similar to a person who has schizophrenia. Recently, the researchers from […]

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