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And even if one have all the virtues, there is still one thing needful: to send the virtues themselves to sleep at the right time.
Of course the Cowardly Lion and the Hungry Tiger were still there, but they, having also eaten some of the cakes, had gone to sleep at one side of the cave, while upon the other side stood the Sawhorse, motionless and silent, as became a mere thing of wood.
The consultant neurologist, speaking before a talk on the science of sleep at Cheltenham Science Festival, said: 'We've seen a lot of people who have developed significant insomnia as a result of either sleep trackers or reading certain things about how devastating sleep deprivation is for you.
Researchers set out discover if extra sleep at weekends is enough to reduce the risks.
In those who underslept, a daytime nap seemed to compensate for the lack of sleep at night and to mitigate the risks," Wang explained.
Although daytime napping was associated with higher risks of death or cardiovascular problems in those with sufficient or longer sleep at night, this was not the case in people who slept under six hours at night as it compensated for the lack of sleep at night and mitigated the risks.
Just when you thought you were going to have a restful sleep at the end of day, you suddenly wake up in the middle of the night because your partner beside you or someone from the other room just won't stop snoring loudly.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, the average adult should sleep at least seven hours a night.
Multiple studies have confirmed that electronic exposure in the evening is associated with less sleep at night and more daytime sleepiness, by competing with sleep and suppression of nocturnal melatonin release, which can delay the onset of sleep.
Studies so far have mainly researched the acute effects of sleep deprivation on the brain, stressing how the detected behavioral deficits in most cases regenerate in a relatively short period of time (two nights of complete sleep at most) (5,6,13).