Sleep research goes big with the world’s largest study and 100,000 participants – all in an effort to solve the most burning questions around the impact of a lack of rest has on our health.
Which U.S. president had a notorious reputation for snoring? Which president napped the most? And which presidents functioned with chronic insomnia?
Celebrate July 4th with delish dessert recipes and simple DIY crafts. Show off your love of America with these 8 patriotic activities & recipes and your family will be cheering you too!
Menopause causes disruptions, such as night sweats, hot flashes, anxiety and mood swings. It’s time to bring restful sleep back into your life!
Our brains, bodies and sleep cycles are affected when we bring phones and laptops to bed, creating health issues in the short term and as we age.
Naps do wonders for your health, from increasing your ability to learn to improving productivity. Here’s how you can discover them for yourself, too.
How does social media affect sleep? According to this sleep study, you may need to turn your phone off at night to help you sleep better!
Trouble sleeping in the summer heat? Don’t let rising temperatures block your beauty sleep. Check out these 10 summer sleep hacks to beat the heat.
When choosing a candidate, you might consider policies such as the environment, the economy, healthcare and taxes – all very important. But do you think about which candidate gets best sleep?
Can you remember the last age you were able to fall asleep with ease – and stay asleep all night long? Let’s take a look at how sleep times change as we grow.
For Presidents day this sleep blogger has some serious questions about our 44 Presidents. Who snored, who napped and who avoided sleep?
Welcome to Groundhog Day – Phil’s big day. When Phil emerges from his burrow on February 2nd will he see his shadow?
Colors you select for your home, and especially your bedroom, can have a profound effect on your emotions and energies – even sleep.
With New Year’s approaching, you know the hangovers are too. A new year is something to celebrate (and we love to celebrate!), but who wants to start the year struggling with the after-effect of the previous year?
The past year is coming to an abrupt end and it’s time to look back at all the great things 2015 has brought in the world of sleep.
According to an education report, 5 out of 6 high and middle schools begin the school day before 8:30 am, which is too early for students to get enough sleep.
Sleep is an integral part of who we are and our sleep habits can have ripple effects on other areas of our lives.
When someone believes they can do anything, we’re betting they listened to their mom. Yup, we really love moms!
Jaden Smith uses math as a sleep aid. Ikea doesn’t want you to nap in their stores. This and more in this week’s Sleep News…
The art of getting a good night’s sleep, according to Kendall Jenner and other sleep news this week…
Napping improves job performance. Too much sleep is a bad thing. And you sleep like you eat. This week in sleep news…
The sleep business booms. Better sleep lowers blood pressure and improves sex lives. This week in sleep news…
Ryan Reynolds tells the world his daughter is allergic to sleep and there’s a new sleep spray on the market. Just a few tidbits in sleep news this week….
Got Sleep? Richard Branson and Gallop Polls think you need to pay more attention to how much sleep you’re getting. And K-Cups deliver coffee but kill the environment.