Andy’s Quick Hits (191): Are you an “elite sleeper”? It’s in your genes.

I’ve reported many times on different aspects of sleep and how important this is for health in general and for brain health in particular. You can go here for a short review of all the good things sleep does (and the bad things deprivation does!).

However, some people seem to manage perfectly fine on as little as four hours of sleep a night…

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The brain and human behaviour, in business, society, learning, and health.

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