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CDC: “Insufficient Sleep Is a Public Health Problem.”
Cleveland Clinic: “What Happens to Your Body When You Don’t Get Enough Sleep,” “Tips for a Good Night's Sleep.”
National Sleep Foundation: “How Much Sleep Do We Really Need?” “Healthy Sleep Tips,” “What Happens When You Sleep?” “Diet, Exercise and Sleep,” “Caffeine and Sleep,” “Depression and Sleep,” “The Ideal Temperature for Sleep.”
Biological Psychiatry: “Night-time plasma cortisol secretion is associated with specific sleep stages.”
Inflammation & Allergy -- Drug Targets: “Brain-Skin Connection: Stress, Inflammation and Skin Aging.”
International Journal of Molecular Sciences: “Overview of Common Sleep Disorders and Intersection with Dermatologic Conditions.”
American Journal of Clinical Nutrition: “Short sleep duration increases energy intakes but does not change energy expenditure in normal-weight individuals.”
Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School: “What’s In It For You?: Sleep and Mood.”
DrowsyDriving.org: “Facts and Stats.”
Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine: “The Use of Technology at Night: Impact on Sleep and Health.”
Mayo Clinic: “Sleep apnea.”
Sleep: “Sleep Restriction Enhances the Daily Rhythm of Circulating Levels of Endocannabinoid 2-Arachidonoylglycerol.”
Archives of Dermatological Research: “Could adult female acne be associated with modern life?”
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