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Steve K

Parents have known about this for years. Why else would they tell their kids to go take a nap?

mike

Steve, you are totally correct. This is common knowledge to all parents. Any parent does not need a MRI to tell them that their kid is cranky because of lack of sleep. Plus, I seem to get better grades when I sleep well.

duby

Been there and done that! How is that researchers are just now figuring this out? What is the point? Get more sleep! American's are masters at the short night and grumpy, coffee driven day...

lyle

I've been having insomnia for awhile now. However, just recently I was chatting with folks over at the live forever site at http://letslivelonger.blogspot.com/2009/04/sleep-better-you-can-do-it.html and together we worked through some of my scheduling, diet and exercise routines and I am starting to sleep better. Thanks guys!

cpap

All i can say is that sleep is very important, we should not skip it.

Sam

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