How to sleep: How much deep sleep do you need to wake up feeling rested?

HOW to sleep is something we have all struggled with at least once. How much sleep to get is another question we ask going about our busy lives - is it possible to miss an hour or two there? This is how much sleep you should get, according to an expert.
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You're reading 4 Villains Lurking in the Dark – A Complete Guide to Handle Trolls and Haters, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you're enjoying this, please visit our site for more inspirational articles. If you are one of those people who is not scared to stick your neck out and take risks, then you are also one of those people who may get knocked down everyone once in a while. Whether, you’re a blogger who gets a tsunami of personal attacks when you post half an opinion, or an expert who runs a seminar and the participants start to criticize you. You may have even pit...
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ConclusionA high prevalence of dysmenorrhea was detected among female students at Jouf University. Screening programs and health promotion are recommended.
Source: Middle East Fertility Society Journal - Category: Reproduction Medicine Source Type: research
AbstractSleep disturbance is related to a variety of health issues and represents a prominent occupational concern among firefighters. Two potential predictors relevant to disturbed sleep are alcohol use and distress tolerance, which refers to the perceived ability to withstand negative emotional states. Main and interactive effects of alcohol use and distress tolerance on sleep disturbance were examined, after controlling for the covariates of service years and occupational stress. Participants included 652 firefighters (93.7% male; 77.9% white; Mage  = 38.4 years), of whom 23.5% screened positive for h...
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Drs Sidney Braman and Linda Rogers discuss the comorbidities of reflux, rhinitis, and sleep apnea that are associated with asthma and whether treating them has a positive impact on outcomes.CHEST and Medscape
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Conditions:   Aspirin-exacerbated Respiratory Disease;   Sleep Intervention:   Procedure: Endoscopic sinus surgery Sponsor:   Instituto Nacional de Enfermedades Respiratorias Not yet recruiting
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