Skipping Sleep Lowers the Body’s Protective Antioxidant Levels and Induces Epigenetic Changes — Dr. Eddy Bettermann MD

Sleep is something that nearly all species need to survive. On a daily basis, humans need about 8 hours, dogs and cats recharge with around 12 hours, and the koala takes nearly the entire day — napping a whopping 22 hours. But unlike dogs, koalas, or most other animals, we humans don’t always get enough […]

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