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The water loss they cause is far less than the fluid they provide in the first place. It's only alcohol that dehydrates. Strike ''get eight hours continuous sleep a night'' off your resolution list, too. Sleep needs vary between individuals, ranging from 12 hours in long-sleeping children to six hours in short-sleeping older healthy adults, says Leon Lack, professor of psychology and sleep specialist at Flinders University.
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Sleep cycles are 90 minutes long and it's normal to wake between them. Studies show people can survive easily on a variety of sleep schedules.
core1.lga02.nsone.net/map25.php The eight-hours-continuous-sleep myth can turn good sleepers who experience normal awakenings in the night into insomniacs through worry, Professor Lack laments. If you've resolved to tap the unharnessed potential of the 90 per cent of your brain you're supposedly not using, forget that, too.
Imaging techniques showing brain activity have punctured the myth that we only use 10 per cent of our brains, writes clinical neuropsychologist Kate Hoy of Monash University.
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