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Online learning doesn't improve sleep habits of students

New research suggests that students learning remotely become night owls but do not sleep more despite the time saved commuting, working or attending social events

Students work behind protective barriers during an art class as they return to in-person learning at St. Anthony Catholic High School during the Covid-19 pandemic on 24 March 2021 in Long Beach, California

Can night mode feature help you sleep better?

How often have you laid in bed scrolling through news stories, social media or responding to a text? After staring at the screen, have you ever found that it is harder to fall asleep?

Can night mode feature help you sleep better?

Disrupted sleep linked to higher risk of death, particularly in women

The study of 8001 men and women found that female adults who experienced unconscious wakefulness most often and for longer periods of time had nearly double the risk of dying from cardiovascular ...

Disrupted sleep linked to higher risk of death, particularly in women

Transcendental Meditation effective in reducing PTSD, sleep problems: Study

Fifty per cent of the meditating veterans no longer met the criteria for PTSD after three months compared to only 10 per cent of controls

Transcendental Meditation effective in reducing PTSD, sleep problems: Study

Netflix testing sleep time feature on Android

Netflix is testing a new feature on Android devices globally that would allow subscribers to set a timer for their viewing period

Netflix testing sleep time feature on Android

The heart connect: Are you sleeping well enough?

The pandemic brought with it a new normal that came with its own consequences. The social distancing, erratic work hours, and the stress of living in times of an outbreak have raised anxieties for ...

Sleeping more than 10 hours per day is also associated with metabolic syndrome, raising the risk for heart diseases. File Photo

COVID-19 lockdown reduced mental health, sleep globally: Study

A new research is adding to the growing body of evidence that COVID-19 lockdown dramatically altered our personal habits, reduced mental health, sleep and exercise

Anais, a student at the International Bilingual School (EIB), attends her online lessons in her bedroom in Paris as a lockdown is imposed to slow the rate of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) spread in France, 20 March 2020

Deep, peaceful sleep early in life may help prevent Alzheimer's

To reach this conclusion, Walker and fellow researchers matched the overnight sleep quality of 32 healthy older adults (in the

Deep, peaceful sleep early in life may help prevent Alzheimer's

COVID-19

Sleep problems of a coronavirus patient

Many coronavirus patients have sleep problems. Some spend sleepless nights, but sleep the entire day. Others wake up repeatedly throughout the night. Some simply cannot sleep at all. Yet adequate ...

Sleep problems of a coronavirus patient

Longer time in bed during lockdowns has worsened sleep quality

People are sleeping for longer hours during lockdowns and work from home scenario as they do not need to travel to workplaces but the quality of sleep has become worse in many, reveals new research

Longer time in bed during lockdowns has worsen sleep quality
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