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Sleeping longer than 6.5 hours a night associated with cognitive decline according to research – what's really going on here?

By Greg Elder, Senior Lecturer in Psychology & Associate Director, Northumbria Sleep Research, Northumbria University, Newcastle
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The researchers found that people who slept less than 4.5 hours and more than 6.5 hours every night had a greater risk of cognitive decline.The Conversation


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