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Why You Should Be Using a Sleep Mask Every Single Night (Shape)

These things are the secret to a better night’s sleep.

By Colleen Stinchcombe | Aug 03, 2018

Pop quiz: What is a contributing factor in both car accidents and heart disease, causes innumerable injuries every year, plays a role in diabetes and depression, and can make you an unproductive grump at work?

It’s a lack of sleep. And those aren’t random complications we’re describing—that’s what the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has linked to poor sleep. (Okay, the unproductive grump is from personal experience.) The problem, the CDC says, is that a third of U.S. adults report getting less sleep than the health organization recommends.

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