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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

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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

Too much or too little sleep not good for heart: Study

Getting too much or too little sleep, may be bad for your heart, say researchers, adding that people who get seven or eight hours of sleep per night have less stiffness in their arteries, which is ...

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Stroke: Too much sleep may raise risk by 23pc

People who sleep nine or more hours per night are 23 per cent more likely to later have a stroke than people who sleep seven to less than eight hours per night, warns a new study.The results revealed ...

Stroke: Too much sleep may raise risk by 23pc

Less sleep may negatively affect women's bone health

Getting too little sleep is linked with a higher risk of having low bone mineral density (BMD) and developing osteoporosis, researchers have warned.Osteoporosis is a disease in which bone weakening ...

Less sleep may negatively affect women's bone health

Deep sleep can calm anxious brain

Researchers have found that the type of sleep most apt to calm and reset the anxious brain is deep sleep, also known as non-rapid eye movement (NREM) slow-wave sleep, a state in which neural ...

Deep sleep can calm anxious brain

Take hot bath 90 minutes before bedtime for super sleep

Taking hot bath at least 90 minutes before bedtime is your ticket to sound sleep. Just remember that the water temperature should be around 40-42 degrees Celsius, else you may not get better ...

Take hot bath 90 minutes before bedtime for super sleep
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