Nocturnal patterns

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I am revisiting the topic of sleep—a natural function that cleverly evades me. Now that summer is here, the additional hours of daylight will affect our sleep patterns. Sleep is an important part of staying healthy, but how much do we actually need?
Not getting enough sleep, sleeping too much, and experiencing a poor quality of sleep are associated with disease risk—particularly noncommunicable diseases—including cardiovascular diseases, cancer, chronic respiratory diseases, and diabetes mellitus.
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