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What’s your sleep IQ?

Answer these questions so you can identify poor sleep patterns or symptoms and seek treatment. Most people know that sleep is an important part of good health. But not everyone is as well versed on how to get those coveted Z’s. “Sleep literacy could use a lot of work. The average amount of sleep Americans get has dropped by an hour to an hour and a half per night,” says sleep expert…

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