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(CNN)   Your average Farker wasn't getting enough sleep 30 years ago   (cnn.com) divider line
    More: Obvious, Alzheimer's disease, Dementia, new study, Sleep, higher dementia risk, Parkinson's disease, Lewy body, Evidence of sleep disturbance  
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2021-04-20 4:11:07 PM  
Of course I've had enough sleep, subby. I don't know what you're talking abozzzzzzzzzzz
 
2021-04-20 5:21:43 PM  
Another "lockdown ftw" - I've been on 8+ hours for the last year, and I'm not giving it up.
 
2021-04-20 6:13:02 PM  
Uh oh, that ain't good.
 
2021-04-20 7:27:00 PM  
No, no, no. You're confusing dementia with demented!
 
2021-04-20 7:43:20 PM  
Thanks, capitalism.
 
2021-04-20 7:56:02 PM  
Headline: Sleeping less than 6 hours a night in midlife raises risk of dementia 30%

In addition, persistent short sleep duration between the ages of 50, 60 and 70 was also associated with a "30% increased dementia risk,"

Is that a threat? I don't want to live that long.
 
2021-04-20 8:06:55 PM  
I love headlines that are this self aware
 
2021-04-20 9:04:59 PM  
And here I thought it was giving up the ciggys 30 years ago that made me grumpy.
 
2021-04-21 8:23:44 AM  
30 years ago I was 9. I got plenty of sleep. Now I do party drugs, and I don't get enough sleep for sure.
 
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