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A new US study suggests yet another reason to get some shut-eye.
Here's how you can get more shut-eye.
If only catching some zzz's was this easy.
Snuggling almost always leads to sweating. 😅
Keep your bedroom nice and cool.
Avoid artificial light at night.
"Everything turned around -- 180 percent."
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Including that one where you go to school with no pants.
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Step 1: Identify the stress source.
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“Drunk drivers have slowed responses. Sleepy drivers have no responses.”
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If diving back into bed isn't an option, obviously.
"When your brain is stressed, it thinks there might be a lion around the corner."
Insufficient sleep can affect the hormones that control our appetite.
'Failure is part of success. Don't ever worry about failing.'
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Weight training and good sleep can help.
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