How Sleep Adds Muscle - Sleep Research Article

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An article explaining how quality sleep after lifting weights could be the secret to building stronger muscles.

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The Extraordinary Importance of Sleep

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A sleep research article covering the detrimental effects of not getting enough sleep.

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A daytime nap restores hippocampal function

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A sleep study showing how a daytime nap can restore hippocampal function and improve declarative learning.

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Delaying School Start Times Promotes Student Health and Performance

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A sleep research article covering the topic of school start times and student health and performance. It covers how internal circadian rhythms and biological sleep drive change to result in later sleep and wake times during adolescence.

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Effects of Sleep Deprivation on Performance

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A meta-analysis sleep study which describes the effects of sleep loss and results of an analysis of sleep deprivation. Conducted by a team of sleep experts, the study included 143 participants. The results include sleep deprivation strongly impairing human function.

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Duration, timing and quality of sleep are each vital for health and performance

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A sleep research article covering the topic of how the duration, timing, and quality of sleep are all vital for your health, performance, and safety. It covers recent data which indicates that 28% of Americans report not getting enough sleep most nights.

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Short- and long-term health consequences of sleep disruption

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An article on sleep which explains the short and long-term health affects of not getting enough undisrupted sleep. It covers characteristics of normal sleep, REM sleep, sleep disruption, and risk factors which contribute to sleep deprivation.

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Binge Viewing, Sleep, and the Role of Pre-Sleep Arousal

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A sleep study conducted to investigate the prevalence of binge viewing and its association with sleep. This sleep article concludes that the increase in binge viewing may pose a thread to sleep, and increased cognitive arousal functions as the mechanism which explains these effects.

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