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zeds

(ˈzɛdz) or

zzzs

pl n
1. sleep
2. catch a few zeds to have a nap
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To get some extra ZZZs make sure you put your phone away 30 minutes to an hour before going to sleep.
[USA], Aug 11 ( ANI ): A team of researchers has discovered a switch outside the brain that can help insomniacs get their ZZZs back.
They're not just advising you to stock up on your precious zzzs for the first few months of motherhood but for years and years.
Furthermore, according to ZZZS (public health insurance) data, the number of people getting influenza vaccination is on decline, due to the prevailing belief that it is not effective; thus the number of influenza cases is expected to increase over the forecast period.
If you have insomnia, talk to your doctor about using sleep aids wisely, and explore non-drug treatments that can help you "get your ZZZs."
Though the average adult gets six hours and 58 minutes of Zzzs nightly, we actually need at least one hour more, sleep experts say.
It seems these fashion folk will turn a It seems these fashion folk will turn a blind eye to cocaine habits and eating blind eye to cocaine habits and eating disorders but when it comes to disorders but when it comes to catching some zzzs, they won't stand catching some zzzs, they won't stand for it.
So don't stint on your Zzzs in the week before an audition.
The tongue-in-cheek dictionary offers a crash course in their strange new world, with observations on everything from the annex you'll wish you'd built just to store baby's bibs and blankets to the lack of zzzs you'll be getting.
She was happily throwing the ZZZs around her bedroom, while her daddy was doing a passable impression of a frog on a trampoline.
But how can we make sure we are getting enough of those precious zzzs? Professor Gerard Danjoux is clinical lead for the sleep services and consultant anaesthetist at South Tees NHS Trust.