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Rocking like a baby helps adults sleep better: Study

The same report states that the rocking motion helps adults in sleeping better and also improves their memory. Those who were examined spent around three nights at the sleep laboratory in Geneva. It was deduced that those who were rocked slept for a longer period of time.

Is your child obese? It might be because of lack of good sleep

Turns out, more and more children in India are becoming obese, thanks to lack of sleep. In fact, inadequate sleep has resulted in obesity even in preteens and younger age groups and not just the adolescent age group.

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Less than six hours of sleep in the night may lead to dehydration: Study

For the purpose of the study, the relationship between sleep duration and urinary hydration biomarkers among adults in a cross-cultural context were assessed and compared to reach a conclusion. 

Kids need to sleep in late. Are schools and parents listening?

"They are attempting to sleep when their clock is signalling the body to remain awake yet rising when their clock is signalling the body to remain asleep."

Regular bedtime may boost your heart, metabolic health: study

People with irregularity in sleeping pattern were also more likely to report depression and stress than regular sleepers, suggests the study, published in the journal Scientific Report.

Have a good night's sleep: Shower tips for people who keep tossing and turning in bed

While a morning shower can really wake you up and prepare you to get by the day, the trick to get an undisturbed sleep lies in taking a warm shower before you turn in for the night.

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From milk to bananas: Eat these foods for a good night's sleep

If your sleep suffers and it affects both your productivity and efficiency in return, you might try considering a change of diet. Here is a list of food that will help you catch up on some much-needed sleep.

Feeling sleepy during the day may trigger Alzheimer's: Study

People who feel sleepy during the day are nearly three times more likely to develop Alzheimer's disease than those who have a good night's sleep.

Trouble falling asleep? These 5 tips will help you slip into snooze mode with ease

From avoiding caffeinated drinks and short naps to practising deep breathing before going to bed, here are five tips you must follow if you are too stressed out to sleep.

Exhausted yet wide awake? Get night sleep properly

Stress at work, lack of physical exercise, high levels of tech engagement and poor sleep hygiene are some of the most significant factors causing insomnia. So make sure you are getting rid of it in smart ways.

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