"If sleep were regarded as a continuous infusion of a medication that helped a patient heal faster, provided them with emotional stability, and ensured they were in the best mindset to understand the risks and benefits of that care, we would think twice about disrupting it." (The same care should also apply with ensuring adequate darkness at night.) https://nyti.ms/2KkXHqS
The aim of this 2018 study was to investigate the association between sleep quality and mucosal healing in patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) currently in clinical remission.
INFOA recent June 2019, study confirms the important role of darkness at night for health. The research, published online in JAMA Internal Medicine, is the first to find an association between any exposure to artificial light at night while sleeping and weight gain in women. http://bit.ly/2RbjodF
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