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Expert Dr. Chris Idzikowski reveals in his book Sound Asleep the latest thinking about sleep

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Scientists have been saying for 20 years that the eight-hour sleep may be unnatural, and now more and more historians are backing them up

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A glass of alcohol before bedtime may get you off to sleep faster but it can disrupt your night's slumber

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...e it can cause significant problems. “If you do have a drink, it’s best to leave an hour and a half to two hours before going to bed so the alcohol is already wearing off.” A glass of alcohol before bedtime may get you off to sleep faster but it can disrupt your night’s slumber He said people could become dependent on alcohol for sleep. And it could make sleep less restful...

Getting too much or too little sleep increases your mental age by two years

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...d quantity in the elderly increases the risk of a range of illnesses – including heart disease and diabetes. Dr. William Thies, of the Alzheimer’s Association in the US who organized the annual meeting, said: “We know sleep patterns change as people age and that poor sleep affects overall health. “What we don’t know for certain is whether poor sleep has long-term consequences on...

According to US researchers, the belief that older people tend to suffer worse sleep may be false

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...alse. A telephone survey of more than 150,000 adults suggested that, apart from a blip in your 40’s, sleep quality gets better with age. Those in their 80’s reported the best sleep, says the study in Sleep journal. While universities have equipment which can measure sleep duration and disturbance in study volunteers, this does not always match the volunteer’s own opinion on their night’...

British researchers have found that a run of poor sleep can have a dramatic effect on the internal workings of the human body

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...edings of the National Academy of Sciences, the researchers said the results helped explain how poor sleep damaged health. Heart disease, diabetes, obesity and poor brain function have all been linked to substandard sleep. What missing hours in bed actually does to alter health, however, is unknown. So researchers at the University of Surrey analyzed the blood of 26 people after they had had plent...

It isn't easy to ascertain when Margaret Thatcher first referred to her minimal sleep schedule, but the figure of four hours has passed into lore

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...The work-life balance has arrived, even in Number 10. Tony Blair slept longer than Margaret Thatcher and Gordon Brown but made an exception to get up at night for baby Leo. George W. Bush was in bed by 10, unlike his predecessor Bill Clinton, who worked late and got by on four or five hours. For artists, sleep deprivation carries a whiff of creative drive and raucous hedonism. Keith Richards, the...

NASA is to test color-changing lights on the ISS as part of efforts to help astronauts on board sleep

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...color-changing lights on the International Space Station (ISS) as part of efforts to help astronauts on board sleep. The US space agency will initially swap a fluorescent panel with a solid-state lighting module (SSLM) containing LEDs which produces a blue, whitish or red-colored light depending on the time. It says the move may help combat insomnia which can make depression, sickness and mistakes...

Sleep loss may be more serious than previously thought, causing a permanent loss of brain cells

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A new research suggests that sleep loss may be more serious than previously thought, causing a permanent loss of brain cells. In mice, prolonged lack of sleep led to 25% of certain brain cells dying, according to a study in The Journal of Neuroscience. If the same is true in humans, it may be futile to try to catch up on missed sleep, say scientists at the University of Pennsylvania School of Med...

Getting less than five and a half hours of sleep a night could see you gain nearly a stone in a year

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Getting less than five and a half hours of sleep a night could see you gain nearly a stone in a year, say scientists. Scientists say that even if diet and exercise habits remained the same, the changes in the body’s metabolism can cause the pounds to pile on. A team of researchers from Boston believes this could explain why people tend to become larger as they get older and often struggle to get...

A Norwegian study has found that people who have trouble drifting off to sleep may be at increased risk of heart failure

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...ood around the body at the right pressure. People with the disorder may feel increasingly breathless and exhausted. And as heart failure worsens, it can be difficult to get a full night’s rest – but the Norwegian study is one of few to investigate whether poor sleepers without the condition are at risk of getting it in later life. A Norwegian study has found that people who have troub...

Researchers suggest smells could be used to calm fears while people sleep

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Researchers suggest smells could be used to calm fears while people sleep. People were trained to associate two images, linked to smells, with fear. During sleep they were exposed to one of those smells – and when they woke they were less frightened of the image linked to that smell. The Nature Neuroscience study could help treat phobias and perhaps even post-traumatic stress disorders (PTS...

A bad sleep may be an early sign of Alzheimer's if a study in mice also applies to people

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...r maybe even impossible. It is why researchers want to start early, years before the first symptoms. One large area of research is in plaques of beta amyloid which form on the brain. Levels of the beta amyloid protein naturally rise and fall over 24 hours in both mice and people. However, the protein forms permanent plaques in Alzheimer’s disease. Experiments at Washington University showed...

Scientists have found that sleeping for an hour or more extra a night can dramatically improve an individual’s alertness and reduce their sensitivity to pain

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...used 18 healthy, pain-free volunteers who were randomly assigned either four nights of their normal sleep pattern or four nights of 10 hours in bed. The American researchers measured daytime sleepiness using the multiple sleep latency test – a standard method used by doctors to diagnose sleep problems in which brain waves, eye movement, heart rate and muscle tone are measured. Pain sensitivity wa...

The brain uses sleep to wash away the waste toxins built up during a hard day's thinking

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According to a new study, the brain uses sleep to wash away the waste toxins built up during a hard day’s thinking. The US team conducting the new research, believe the “waste removal system” is one of the fundamental reasons for sleep. Their study, published in the journal Science, showed brain cells shrink during sleep to open up the gaps between neurons and allow fluid to was...

Withings bedroom kit Aura promises smarter sleep

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Withings unveiled the Aura “smart sleep” system on the eve of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2014 in Las Vegas. The maker of the set of communicating bedroom sensors that control a changing-color lamp claims to be able to wake sleepers at the best moment. One part slides under the mattress to study the dozing owners while another screens their bedroom environment. It is the first...

People who regularly get fewer than six hours of sleep a night are at significantly increased risk of stroke, a study suggests

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People who regularly get fewer than six hours of sleep a night are at significantly increased risk of stroke, a study suggests. Researchers found that those in middle age who skimped on sleep were more likely to suffer stroke symptoms than those who got at least nine hours of shut-eye – even if they were a healthy weight and with no family history of stroke. More than 5,000 participants, who were...

Michael Jackson asked a doctor for propofol 10 years before he died of an overdose of the drug

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...s a sleep aid. She told him the sleep you get with anaesthesia “is not real sleep, not restful sleep”. But Michael Jackson told her it had given him the best sleep he had ever had. Nurse practitioner Cherilyn Lee also told the court that Michael Jackson had told her he needed propofol to sleep in April 2009. She said she had warned him that it was unsafe for home use and he might not w...

According to US researchers, children who snore, or who have other night-time breathing conditions, are at risk from behavioral problems

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...likely later on, researchers said. The study, published in the US journal Pediatrics, looked at data on 11,000 children living in the UK. Lead researcher Dr. Karen Bonuck, from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Yeshiva University in New York, said the sleep problems could be harming the developing brain. One estimate suggests one in 10 children regularly snores and 2% to 4% suffer from sl...

Alzheimer's is common in people over 65, but can affects younger people too.

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...te the production of amyloid plaques and cause the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. Lack of sleep also affects hormones’ balance and metabolism, leading to diabetes, weight gain, and making a person to look older. Sleeping less than eight hours a night also increases risk of heart attack, stroke, and depression and weakens immune system, so one gets cold much easier.   Getting...

TATT (tired all the time) symptom affects one in ten people

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...rof. Russell Foster. Don’t get too much blue light Studies have shown that those who sit at laptops and in front of the TV late at night find it harder to drop off because the blue light emitted suppresses melatonin production. In the evening, dim your laptop light setting and try to stop watching TV one or two hours before bed. If you can’t switch off the PC, try downloading F.lux software for f...

Jeanne Cooper, the veteran star who played grande dame Katherine Chancellor for nearly four decades on The Young and the Restless, has died in her sleep aged 84

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Jeanne Cooper, the veteran star who played grande dame Katherine Chancellor for nearly four decades on The Young and the Restless, has died in her sleep aged 84. Jeanne Cooper died Wednesday morning in her sleep, her son the actor Corbin Bernsen wrote on Facebook. The family confirmed the death to CBS, according to a network spokeswoman. The veteran actress was in a Los Angeles-area hospital, acc...

The shocking photo of Michael Jackson's dead body on a gurney on the opening day of the trial of Dr Conrad Murray

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...se made their opening statements, Murray wiped away tears as lawyer Ed Chernoff described the doctor and Michael Jackson as “friends first”. “Dr. Murray is no celebrity doctor. He is a cardiologist. He literally saves lives. That’s who he is.” Ed Chernoff said that on the day he died, Michael Jackson had told Dr. Murray that he not slept for 10 hours and that if he did not sleep he wou...

Brain scans of people with insomnia have shown differences in brain function compared with people who get a full night's sleep

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...researchers, Prof. Sean Drummond, said: “We found that insomnia subjects did not properly turn on brain regions critical to a working memory task and did not turn off <<mind-wandering>> brain regions irrelevant to the task. “This data helps us understand that people with insomnia not only have trouble sleeping at night, but their brains are not functioning as efficiently du...

Nicole Delien struggles with a rare sleep disorder called Kleine-Levine, or Sleeping Beauty Syndrome, which affects an estimated 1,000 people around the world

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...e, or Sleeping Beauty Syndrome, which affects an estimated 1,000 people around the world. During her sleep spells, which began when she was six and a half, Nicole Delien, now 17,will wake up in a confused state for small periods of time to eat, drink and use the bathroom and then fall back to sleep. “I don’t remember what happens [during that time],” Nicole Delien told the Today Show on Tues...