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Good sleep practices may boost performance in older shift workers

16:38 EST 31 Jan 2020 | Reuters

(Reuters Health) - Older people working nights may feel more alert and sleep longer if they stay up longer after getting off work, then stay in bed for a full eight hours, waking up closer to the start of their shift, a small trial suggests.

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