People who don’t get enough sleep are less health and have less energy, and there’s a strong correlation between sleep and life expectancy, according to a leading sleep scientist.
People who don’t get enough sleep are less health and have less energy, and there’s a strong correlation between sleep and life expectancy, according to a leading sleep scientist. Creative Commons
People who don’t get enough sleep are less health and have less energy, and there’s a strong correlation between sleep and life expectancy, according to a leading sleep scientist. Creative Commons

There’s a ‘catastrophic sleep-loss epidemic,’ and it’s cutting lives short, expert says

September 25, 2017 5:54 PM

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