The association between sleep disturbances and reduced quality of life varies by race
A study in the April 15 issue of the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine shows that having a sleep disturbance is associated with clinically meaningful reductions in health-related quality of life, and the magnitude of this effect varies by race and sleep disorder.
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I Am The Riddler
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Since: Dec 09
#1 Apr 15, 2010
Is it that we don't need as much sleep as blacks to function well, or that blacks don't do anything so they become accustomed to having more time to sleep?
#3 Apr 16, 2010
Blacks sleep less due to the fact that they are so frequently awakened by the sounds of raped women screaming and sporadic gun fire.
#4 Apr 16, 2010
What color is a 50 cent piece? The only 50 ceant piece I ever saw was black and that was many years ago. I imagine they are up to about 3 dollars now.
Since: Aug 15
#9 Oct 3, 2015
Our life style has a major role in our sleep , if your mind is stable or stress fee you can easily get a better sleep. A poor diet can also be the cause of sleeplessness, I suggest you exercise and healthy diet for better sleep.
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