Read 'em and sleep

Many sleep experts advise against reading in bed before hitting the sack. Hooey. I love to read, and reading provides just the transition I need between the hum of the working day and the call of the fluffed-up pillow. --Louis R. Carlozo<br>
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<b>On the other hand:</b> It depends on what you're reading. Experts from the Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School say there's nothing wrong with reading before bed as long as it's light material: "Avoid stressful, stimulating activities--doing work, discussing emotional issues."

( John Kringas, Chicago Tribune / February 6, 2002 )

Many sleep experts advise against reading in bed before hitting the sack. Hooey. I love to read, and reading provides just the transition I need between the hum of the working day and the call of the fluffed-up pillow. --Louis R. Carlozo

On the other hand: It depends on what you're reading. Experts from the Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School say there's nothing wrong with reading before bed as long as it's light material: "Avoid stressful, stimulating activities--doing work, discussing emotional issues."

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