Study: Sleeping in on weekends doesn’t help

Study shows that after being sleep-deprived, getting two days of "recovery" sleep, does not improve your performance back to baseline.

Study shows that after being sleep-deprived, getting two days of “recovery” sleep, does not improve your performance back to baseline.

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Sleep is a precious commodity for a lot of working folks. Many don’t get enough during the work week, so they try to make up for it during the weekends. But a new study shows that catching up on sleep won’t undo the damage already done.

It is common knowledge that being sleep-deprived is not good for someone’s health, but a new study mimics how a lot of people live. For five days…Continue Reading

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