From impaired judgement to raised blood pressure, a lack of sleep can have severe effects on the body and mind
Not one bedtime suits all, says sleep expert and neuroscientist
You might assume that hectic, fast-paced lifestyles would lead to high rates of poor sleep in the nation's urban areas - but that's not necessarily what the data shows
People who look at their smartphones or tablets just before they turn in can take up to an hour longer to sleep than those who choose a more restful activity
The movement, called hypnic myoclonia, occurs when you are stressed or tired
The problem is an international one, said Dr Kelley of Oxford University
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