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The government intends to offer guidelines for daily recommended hours, reports say



The government, according to the reports, could have adopted national guidelines on how many hours people should sleep each night.

Examination of the relationship between sleep and health and recommendations for people of different ages will be examined, according to Time.

The list is from the quoted public health paper, which is allegedly announced by Matt Hancock, a health secretary.

The announcement states that much of the work is aimed at obesity and smoking, but also on sleep.

According to Time, the extracts say: "As a first step, the government will consider evidence of sleep and health.

"This is to inform the case for clear national guidelines on daily recommended sleeping hours for people in different age groups and to raise awareness of key sleeping health factors that can support healthy sleep.

A spokeswoman for the Ministry of Health said she did not comment on the leak.

Earlier this year, a German team of scientists said in a study published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine that they found that sleep improves the ability of immune cells to hit their targets and fight the infection.

The NHS is currently recommending the average person to spend about eight hours of good sleep during the night.

He warns that lack of sleep can make people prone to numerous medical conditions, including obesity, high blood pressure, and heart disease.

Studies show that people who sleep less than five o'clock in the evening have an increased risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. T

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