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18 Charts That Will Help You Sleep Better

Because good sleep is glorious. 1. Figure out exactly how many hours you should get. Read about this in more detail at The National Sleep Foundation. 2. Know your stages of sleep, and plan your sleep schedule around them. You don’t want your alarm to go off when you’re smack in the middle …


//How much sleep do you really need? What about children and teenagers? Find the answers here: #sleep #teenagesleep


Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a sleep-related breathing disorder affecting more than 18 million adults and 2% to 3% of children of all ages, even newborns, according to the National Sleep Foundation. It seems to run in families, and kids who have enlarged tonsils and/or adenoids (lymph nodes in the throat behind the nose) have a higher risk of developing OSA.