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World Sleep Day 2018: Here's what you are missing out on if you're not sleeping enough

From Bill Gates who makes sure to bag at least seven hours of sleep at night to Elon Musk who rests for six hours, on this World Sleep Day, we list reasons as to why you should not lose out on proper sleep.

Less night sleep increases risk of major depression

A genetic study of adult twins and a community-based study of adolescents both report novel links between sleep duration and depression.

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Lack of sleep tied to higher risk of illness in teens

Analysis suggests that more irregular sleep timing can contribute to differences in illness outcomes.

Kids who sleep less have more behaviour problems

Kids with shorter than average sleep times have more behaviour problems,exhibiting aggression.

'Sleep debt' tied to attention trouble in teens

On average,the Korean teens get five hours and 42 minutes of sleep on weekdays.

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