“The lowest mortality and morbidity is with seven hours,” Shawn Youngstedt, a professor in the College of Nursing and Health Innovation at Arizona State University Phoenix, told the Wall Street Journal. It’s why the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has funded a partnership with the American Academy of Sleep Medicine — the National Healthy Sleep Awareness Project — to discern how to best update recommended sleep guidelines in the coming year, and why the nonprofit National Sleep Foundation is doing the same. Related: Go to Sleep: Which Pill Is Right for You The CDC currently suggests seven to eight hours a night for healthy adults, but, a spokesperson tells Yahoo Health, “As more evidence is presented by the scientific community, it is expected that these recommendations may change.” Findings pointing to seven hours as a better goal than eight, according to the Wall Street Journal article, include those by Daniel F. Kripke, an emeritus professor of psychiatry at the University of California San Diego;
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