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Our bedrooms aren't refuges anymore – working, studying and eating in them is bad for our sleep

By Christian Tietz, Senior Lecturer in Industrial Design, UNSW Sydney
Demet Dincer, Lecturer in Interior Architecture, UNSW Sydney
Almost half of the participants in a study of bedrooms said they have or might have a sleep problem and they would prefer not to use the room for multiple activities.The Conversation

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