Could a Full Moon Keep You Up at Night?

Study finds it's a time when people get less shut-eye, have shorter periods of deep sleep

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"More research is needed to establish a solid foundation to this finding, and it is quite possible that more findings similar to this could very well influence sleep treatment in the future," she added.

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For more information on circadian rhythms and the body's internal clock, head to the U.S. National Institute of General Medical Sciences.

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