World's largest sleep study shows too much shut-eye can be bad for your brain
Western University News Oct 11, 2018
Preliminary results from the world’s largest sleep study have shown that people who sleep on average between 7 to 8 hours per night performed better cognitively than those who slept less, or more, than this amount.
Neuroscientists from Western University’s renowned Brain and Mind Institute released their findings in the high-impact journal, SLEEP.
The world’s largest sleep study was launched in June 2017 and within days more than 40,000 people from around the world...
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