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Date:9/3/2007

leep times were also related to time spent socializing, relaxing and participating in leisure activities on the weekends. People who slept less were spending more time in education, household activities and, for people with very little sleep, TV watching.

For most people, the researchers reported that increased TV time correlated with increased sleep time. All other activities decreased in time as sleep time increased.

On weekends, people with less sleep time also spent less time watching TV than average sleepers, while people with long sleep times spent less time socializing, relaxing and participating in leisure activities.

Age also affects sleep time, the researchers said, who noted longer average sleep times at both the older and the younger ends of the age spectrum. People between 45 and 54 years old were most likely to be working more and sleeping less.

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SOURCE: American Academy of Sleep Medicine, news release, Sept. 1, 2007


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