The impact of sleep on your skin

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The time we spend sleeping is more active than most people realize. The mind and body enter a biological regeneration mode while we sleep, performing reparative functions that don’t really occur during wakefulness. The brain clears out waste products like amyloid beta (a substance associated with the development of Alzheimer’s disease)3, ramps up its production

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What is sleep doing for your skin?

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There’s a serious stigma about sleep. In today’s increasingly interconnected, always-on world we view sleep as a period of idleness or lost productivity, and we try to get by on as little as possible. Most of us don’t realize that the hours we spend asleep are actually among our most constructive: While we sleep the

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