October 2000 Issue
Sleep-Starved Americans: How To Keep Your Body Clock On Schedule
It’s three a.m. Your eyes pop open…and stay open. Four o’clock comes and goes, as does five. You finally drift off for what feels like only minutes before the alarm jolts you awake. Three cups of coffee later, you’re still dragging. After a big dinner and television, you crawl into bed only to repeat the cycle. For the one in three Americans who suffer sleep deprivation, this scenario is all-too-familiar. We are a nation of sleep-deprived souls. Some people deliberately
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