Rising temperatures erode human sleep globally

Insufficient sleep is a risk factor for several adverse physical and mental outcomes. A lack of sleep has been associated with reduced cognitive performance, diminished productivity, compromised immune function, adverse cardiovascular outcomes, depression, anger, and suicidal behavior. High ambient temperatures have been associated with reduced subjective sleep quality, but little is known regarding the influence …

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Global warming and neurological practice: systematic review

Climate change, including global warming, will cause poorer global health and rising numbers of environmental refugees. As neurological disorders account for a major share of morbidity and mortality worldwide, global warming is also destined to alter neurological practice; however, to what extent and by which mechanisms is unknown. We aimed to collect information about the …

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