No. In general, we all should get between seven to nine hours of sleep nightly. Recent research from the Mayo Clinic has found that chronically reducing the hours of sleep was associated with an increase in weight. In addition, there is a large body of research out of Boston showing that sleep itself is paramount in learning and memory.
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