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  • New Study Finds Sleep Deprivation as Damaging to Students as Drug Abuse

    A study published in the most recent edition of the journal Sleep asserts that when it comes to grades, sleep deprivation can be just as damaging as binging on alcohol or marijuana.

    According to the results of a study conducted at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota, you can predict how successful a student will be in a class and whether they end up dropping it based simply on how much sleep they are getting. The researchers analyzed data that had been collected during the 2009 American College Health Association National College Health Assessment, which involved over 43,000 participants. They found that even when they controlled for such factors as race, gender, health problems and work hours, sleep was the number one predictor for whether a student would drop a class.  Continue reading

  • Strange Sleep Experiences

    “To sleep perchance to dream,” is a noted part of Prince Hamlet’s famous soliloquy in William Shakespeare’s masterwork Hamlet, and for most of us dreaming is one of the perks of getting a good night’s sleep. But sleep can have several dark sides. Many people suffer from insomnia and are constantly frustrated at their inability to get the rest that they crave, while others suffer from sleep disorders like obstructive sleep apnea that has them gasping for breath throughout the night, taxing their bodies and causing a myriad of serious health conditions. Continue reading

  • PER, the Alarm Clock Gene

    Many people, but particularly those who stick to a pretty regular schedule when it comes to the time that they’re going to sleep and the time that they’re waking up, have taken note of the fact that they frequently wake up on their own, before the alarm clock that they’ve set for themselves has the chance to sound.  Though they freely acknowledge that they’d rather wake up peacefully on their own rather than to the jarring sound of a buzzer or even music awakening them expectedly, they still find themselves wondering why this is happening. Now scientists have determined exactly how and why this happens. Continue reading

  • A Sleep Experts Take on Sleep App Technology

    The market for sleep apps and sleep-sensing devices is booming, as marketers and software developers alike work hard to take advantage of America’s booming obsession to take control of their sleep shortage. Though many take comfort in the idea of knowing every last aspect of their night-time movements and sounds, a noted sleep scientist urges that people remain realistic about exactly what the new technology is able to deliver and what it cannot.  Continue reading

  • Poor Sleep Patterns Hold Serious Risk

    A new study conducted by researchers from the California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute in San Francisco is providing more evidence that poor sleep patterns and disrupted sleep can lead to serious medical problems, most notably loss of memory and concentration equivalent to aging your brain by five years. Continue reading

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