NY Times on the importance of sleep.
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12 thoughts on “NYTimes Sleep”
wake up! 😉
Or you could just listen to your mother 🙂
I couldn’t sleep last night so I printed this article and it put me right to sleep.
I thought you might be kind of jetlagged… same happened to me last year when I was commuting from Seattle to Budapest…. suerte and sweet dreams
I couldn’t fall asleep last night. I stared at my computer screen and then fell asleep.
Ah … the very message I work at helping promote every day: sleep is just as important as diet and exercise, only moreso. Little by little, the message is getting out, but and seemingly in smaller increments, people are beginning to understand.
The idea of a 24/7 lifestyle exists only on the big screen. Real life doesn’t support the lack of sleep without consequences.
Need more information or help? Check out Awake In America’s site at http://www.AwakeInAmerica.info/
If we slept, you’d be using Microsoft (R) BlogPress(TM) with a license that limits how many verbs a single post can contain 🙂
I’ll sleep when I’m dead.
Now you tell me. :-p
timely article to read on a monday morning on five hours of sleep… need coffee stat!