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This Is What Your Overactive Brain Needs To Get A Good Night’s Sleep

Hint: Don’t Netflix and chill. You already know how much better you feel after a good night’s sleep, but sleeping well helps your brain in less apparent ways than just not being groggy the next day. In fact, getting seven to nine hours of sleep each night can help secure your cognitive well-being. Read Full Story
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