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Want to improve your memory? Get a good night’s sleep!
- By Andrew E. Budson, MD, Contributor
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it is a very helpful material. Enjoyed reading it.
very helpful information
Good write up you have there. I have learned 2 important things:
1. Go through the materials I want to remember for several days. If possible daily which will be my strategy and,
2. Followed by 7-9 hours of sleep eah night.
Thanks for the valuable information highlighting our need for a daily 7-9 hours’ sleep.
hi I am a retired veteran and have trouble sleeping I so used to getting up in the morning early and now I don’t have to get up early I also have sleep apnea and have a machine I would like to improve my sleeping
Useful information. Thanks guys
Thanks For Such a wonderful Article.
Yes; it’s so very important especially for children and young generation to have enough hours of good sleep rest in order to generate your internal system, self control and defensive emotions of your body.
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