Can better sleep lead to better brain health? Yes – so follow these 9 tips reported on EverythingZoomer

How long you sleep each night could determine how quickly your brain ages. So says an interesting article on EverythingZoomer.com. Apparently researchers in the UK found that middle-aged adults who either slept less than six hour or more than eight hours a nigh were more likely to experience cognitive decline in brain function equal to being four to seven years older.

The article goes on to offer specific tips to help you sleep better. I’m taking it seriously — so should you. Read it here:  Smart Sleeping: Top Tips for Better Sleep and Brain Health – Everything Zoomer.

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