A study from the Journal of Sleep Research found that people who struggle to get more than five hours of sleep during the week but then sleep in on the weekends have no increased mortality risk. But those who don't catch up on sleep during weekends have that risk
A study from the Journal of Sleep Research found that people who struggle to get more than five hours of sleep during the week but then sleep in on the weekends have no increased mortality risk. But those who don't catch up on sleep during weekends have that risk Creative Commons
A study from the Journal of Sleep Research found that people who struggle to get more than five hours of sleep during the week but then sleep in on the weekends have no increased mortality risk. But those who don't catch up on sleep during weekends have that risk Creative Commons

Need an excuse to sleep in during weekends? It could keep you alive longer, study says

May 24, 2018 12:17 PM