Reducing Information Pollution

Three ways to improve sleep quality and brain function

Source: The Globe and Mail
Author: Dwight Chapin
Date: 04/03/2016
Excerpt: Research shows that sleep is among the most critical factors for peak performance, memory, productivity, immune function and mood regulation – but the speed and information overload of today’s pace of life can challenge sleep quality, resulting in a decline in health and cognitive function. Our best intentions to catch up on a sleep debt can lead to inconsistent patterns of sleep. This is a slippery slope. Unfortunately, an hour less tonight does not equal an extra hour tomorrow.
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