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The Scary Link Between Getting More Than 6.5 Hrs of Sleep per Night and Dementia

We’ve all heard that it’s recommended to get 7-8 hours of sleep per night, but is it necessarily true? It’s been proven that a lack of sleep can lead to cognitive decline over time, however, recent studies now suggest that you can also get too much sleep.

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The Scary Link Between Getting More Than 6.5 Hrs of Sleep per Night and Dementia
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    Sleeping Longer Than 6.5 Hours A Night Could Lead To Cognitive Decline, New Study Reports

    Sleeping Longer Than 6.5 Hours A Night Could Lead To Cognitive Decline, New Study Reports

    We’ve all heard that it’s recommended to get 7-8 hours of sleep per...

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