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Make a List; Fall Asleep Faster

  • Sat, 13 Jan 2018 07:17
About 40 percent of Americans have problems falling asleep and they spend billions every year on sleep aids and remedies. Instead of spending hard earned cash, falling asleep could be as simple as writing a to-do list. Previous research has shown writing about worries can help someone quickly get to sleep, but is there a specific type of writing that's more effective? A group of researchers from Baylor University set out to answer that question. Using polysomnography (the "gold standard" All DiscoverMagazine.com content

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