MONTRÉAL, Nov. 2, 2017 /CNW/ - On November 5, we are turning our clocks back one hour and enjoying that extra hour of sleep!
But what will be the impact of this time change on our sleeping habits and health?
Research has shown that as we age we start to lose our ability to "sleep like a baby". So how can we ensure that we are getting the sleep our bodies need? What does research show about bad sleep habits?
- Dr. Julie Carrier is a CIHR-funded researcher and is available to address your questions about sleep medicine for adults and current research going on in the field.
- Dr. Colleen Carney is a CIHR-funded researcher and can speak about the impacts of insomnia on a person's health.
To book an interview, please contact:
Canadian Institutes of Health Research
At the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), we know that research has the power to change lives. As Canada's health research investment agency, we collaborate with partners and researchers to support the discoveries and innovations that improve our health and strengthen our health care system.
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For further information: To book an interview, please contact: David Coulombe, Media Relations, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, 613-941-4563, email@example.com