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Here’s how much sleep you really need for optimal cognition and well-being

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Here's how much sleep you really need for optimal cognition and well-being

Most of us struggle to think well after a poor night’s sleep—feeling foggy and failing to perform at our usual standard at school, university or work. You may notice that you’re not concentrating as well, or that your memory doesn’t seem up to scratch. Decades of bad sleep, however, may potentially lead to cognitive decline.

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