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How to make bedrooms more conducive to sleep

 

Last updated 10/30/2017 at Noon

An environment that promotes restful sleep can help people suffering from insomnia or restlessness improve the quality of their sleep. Courtesy photo

TEMECULA – Insufficient sleep causes more problems than many people may know. Fatigue after a poor night’s sleep might seem like an inconvenience that can be easily rectified, but the long-term effects of insufficient sleep are significant.

According to the National Sleep Foundation, researchers have found a link between insufficient sleep and an elevated risk for type 2 diabetes. In one such study exploring that potential link, researchers asked healthy adults to sleep just four hours per night for six nights. At the conclusion of that period, participants’ ability to break down glu...



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