January Sleep News Round Up


Room lights may affect sleep, hurt health – UPI.com

Lead author Joshua Gooley of Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston says indoor lighting may suppress melatonin — a physiology-regulating hormone made at night in the brain’s pineal gland.

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Grown-Up Problems Start at Bedtime – The Wall Street Journal

Scientists are discovering that children with chronic sleep problems are at increased risk for developing a mental illness later in life. Children with persistent sleep problems are more likely to suffer from depression and alcoholism.

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Get a good night’s sleep – The Herald Sun

With all the information floating around about sleep, it’s hard to know the truth about the myths and realities of getting a good night’s rest. Here, The Herald Sun breaks down the dos and don’ts of getting a good night sleep.

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Published: January 24th, 2011 at 15:49
Categories: Sleep News Articles, Uncategorized