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25 Things You Need to Know About Sleep Right Now

Will a lack of shut-eye make you fat? Do white-noise machines cause deafness? Are night owls wealthier than early birds? Wake up to the secrets of slumber.

25 Things You Need to Know About Sleep Right Now
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We dispel the mysteries surrounding the science of sleep.  

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1. Had a terrible sleep? Have someone lie to you
1. Had a terrible sleep? Have someone lie to you
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It’s the wake-up mind trick.

A paper published in 2014 in the Journal of Experimental Psychology showed that when students were told they’d had a good night’s sleep, even if they hadn’t, they performed better on tests than those who were advised their slumber was truly subpar.



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