People who get little sleep are likely to drink significantly more sugar-sweetened and caffeinated beverages, a new study finds. The findings suggest that improving sleep could help reduce people’s sugar intake, according to researchers from the University of California, San Francisco.
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Doctor, talking to a patient with insomnia: Did you try the technique I told you about? Did you slowly count in your mind when trying to fall asleep? Patient: Yes, I counted to 532,485. Doctor: And then you fell asleep? Patient: No. Then it was time to get up for work.
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