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FusionSleep Blog Posts
- Sleep Disordered Breathing Associated with Sickle Cell
- Is Your Bad Night’s Sleep Causing Dementia?
- Sleep Apnea May Harm Your Fitness Regime
- Drowsy Driving is Unsafe
- Sleep Disorders Impact a Child’s Mental Health
Sleep Medicine Bulletin
- Professional Athletes Who Snore
- A Wake Up Call About Type 2 Diabetes
- Restless Legs Syndrome and Diabetes: A Vicious Cycle
- Sleep in Art and Culture. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
- Heavy Snoring Linked to Sexual Dysfunction in Men
- Sexsomnias – "Right Place, Wrong Time"
Answered by: Helgi Gunnar Helgason
Absolutely. Too much sleep, just as too little sleep, can negatively impact a person’s quality of life. One recent Finnish study found that sleeping fewer than seven hours dramatically increases a person’s overall risk of mortality, and sleep time beyond eight hours also increases this risk. Those achieving an average of seven to eight hours of sleep per night actually showed the lowest mortality rates.