Sleep! It’s probably the one single thing we spend the most time doing. Sleeping eight hours a night means that you’d spend literally one third of your life asleep. But most of us are getting less than that, and we probably need more.
Sleep is important! It’s also the topic of this week’s Healthcare Triage.
For those of you who want to read more, here you go:
- Prolonged Sleep under Stone Age Conditions.
- 2013 International Bedroom Poll
- In U.S., 40% Get Less Than Recommended Amount of Sleep
- You’re not sleeping as much as you think you are
- How Much Sleep Is Enough?
- Norms and Trends of Sleep Time Among US Children and Adolescents
- Why Seven Hours of Sleep Might Be Better Than Eight
- Mortality Associated With Sleep Duration and Insomnia
- A Gene That Makes You Need Less Sleep?