Sleeping away diabetic complications

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Sleep should occupy 25% to 33% of our 24-hour day, and most people would like to maximize this peaceful and relaxing time. No one has figured out why we need to sleep, although many hypotheses have been put forward. We do know, however, that if the quantity and quality of our sleep are not good,…

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Sleeping for 33% of your life is important

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We don’t understand why it is important to try to achieve 8 hours of sleep per night, but we do understand the consequences of not getting proper sleep quantity and quality! Infants need 12-16 hours, preschoolers need 10-14 hours, adolescents need 9-12, teenagers need 8-10 hours and adults should plan for 8 and be happy…

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