Oftentimes, it’s difficult to tell which one comes first.
By Madeleine Burry, OCTOBER 12, 2018
Sleep is far more than a luxury, even if we treat it that way, skipping shuteye in favor of answering work emails, binging TV shows, or even waking up early for a workout session. Those nightly hours of rest and recharge are essential for good health. In fact, research finds that people who clock less than seven hours of sleep are at a higher risk of conditions like heart disease, asthma and diabetes. And troublingly, less sleep is linked to a higher risk of depression, too.
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