People with less than 8 hours of sleep were 3 times more likely to develop a cold compared to those who slept 8 hours and more. Those who sent as little as 25 minutes tossing and turning faced more than 5 times the risk of sniffling and sneezing.
A January report in the Archives of Internal Medicine showed that “Very small disruption in sleep, very small losses in terms of duration of sleep were associated with pretty big increase in your probability of getting sick if you’re exposed to a virus” sad lead reseracher, Sheldon Cohen, a professor of psychology at Carnegie Mellon University.
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