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Yeah, Exactly. Neil, like you just said one night of lost sleep in this case, four hours 70% reduction and killer cell activity That's almost hard to believe. But this is echoed by the studies that they've done looking at the consequences of missing just one hour of sleep. Which is something that happens to all of us every year with daylight savings time, and what they noticed was that when they pushed the clock ahead and one day a year, there is a 24% increase in heart attacks the next day. There's also in over 20% increase in car accidents, and what's really interesting is The opposite. When they pushed the clock back and people get an extra hour of sleep, you see a nearly commensurate reduction in heart attacks in car accidents in emergency room accidents, So even an hour of lost or gained sleep can have a profound difference Either way.

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