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Certain nutrients associated with different sleep patterns – study

Friday 8th February 2013

For the first time a new study has found that certain nutrients could play an underlying role in short and long sleep duration and the people that eat a large variety of foods are more likely to have a better sleep pattern. The researchers at...

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Age-related brain deterioration contributes to poor sleep – study

Wednesday 6th February 2013

A new study conducted at the University of California, Berkeley has found a link between age-related brain deterioration and poor sleep. The researchers studied 18 adults with the average age of 20 and 15 other adults with an average age of 72....

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U.S military not getting enough sleep – study

Friday 1st February 2013

Researchers have found in a new study that 85% of the U.S military participants had a sleep disorder. The study that took place at the Madigan Army Medical Centre in Tacoma, Washington involved analysis of 725 diagnostic polysomnograms –...

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Alcohol-fuelled sleep can be ‘less satisfying’ – study

Thursday 24th January 2013

New analysis has revealed that drinking alcohol before bed can result in your sleep being disrupted. The team from The London Sleep Centre looked at over 100 hundred studies and carefully analysed 20 to see the effects of alcohol before bedtime....

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Good sleep increases the feeling of gratitude – study

Monday 21st January 2013

A new study has highlighted that people that get more sleep have an increased feeling of gratitude. Social psychologists have found that "prosocial" behaviour – expressing gratitude and giving to others – is key to our psychological...

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Mums good nights sleep vital for foetal development – study

Thursday 17th January 2013

New research has found that there should be greater emphasis on the treatment of sleep disorders in pregnant women. This is because they could contribute to premature deliveries and low birth weight. The study at the University of Sydney found new...

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Crying itself to sleep can be good for your baby – study

Friday 4th January 2013

American psychologists have found in a new study that babies should be left to go to sleep by themselves – even if this means that they cry for a little while. The study conducted at Temple University in Philadelphia looked at the sleeping...

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Link between electronic access in the bedroom and obesity – study

Wednesday 2nd January 2013

Raising healthy Eating and Active Living Kids Alberta (REAL Kids Alberta), a recent joint project between the School of Public Health, the University and Alberta Health has found a link between students having access to electronic devices in the bedroom...

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Heart risks from sleep apnoea similar to those from diabetes – study

Wednesday 26th December 2012

A new study has found that the early heart damage seen in diabetes sufferers is also seen in people with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) – a sleep condition where a person stops breathing during sleep. The study conducted by Romanian researchers...

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Sleeping pills linked to pneumonia – study

Monday 10th December 2012

It has been found in a recently published study that sleeping pills that are being used by more that 1 million people in Britain may increase the users risk of contracting pneumonia. Drugs such as diazepam and temazepam have been linked with...

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Protected sleep time can improve alertness for medical staff – study

Friday 7th December 2012

A study has found that a period of 5 hours of protected sleep for a medical intern who has worked a shift longer than 16 hours can help reduce fatigue levels and improve alertness. Previously the protected sleep period has not been widely adopted because...

Category: Sleep Research

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Longer sleep reduces sensitivity to pain – study

Monday 3rd December 2012

A new American study has found that more sleep for people who are mildly sleep deprived helps promote daytime alertness and reduces pain sensitivity. The research that was conducted at the Henry Ford Hospital, Sleep Disorders and Research Centre...

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Wind turbines causing sleep loss – study

Wednesday 28th November 2012

According to a new study conducted by American and English researchers people living in the vicinity of industrial wind sites could suffer from significant sleep loss, along with a number of other health problems. The study claims that the data...

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Sleep helps children remember words – study

Wednesday 21st November 2012

According to new research at the University of York and Sheffield Hallam University a good night's sleep can help develop a child's vocabulary. Academics from the two Universities spent weeks in three North Yorkshire boarding schools coaching...

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Lack of sleep affects male and female eating habits differently – study

Wednesday 7th November 2012

A new study has found that lack of sleep can contribute to obesity by increasing men's appetite and preventing women from feeling full after a meal. The study at the Columbia Medical Centre consisted of measuring hormone levels in the blood...

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