The receipts to this revelation may be old, but the proof still stands.
If you've ever been wide awake in bed as your snoring partner blissfully honks and wheezes beside you, please know you have my deepest sympathies. It sucks, and is so irritating in the moment-especially when it wakes you up
Are you experiencing insomnia? Here's what you can do.
If you're struggling to sleep, the advice you'll see crop up time and time again is to establish a sense of calm to help you drop off. Ditching your phone, reading, or meditating are all commonly recommended methods
Headspace's founder has an easy way to help you snooze.
Anxiety and sleep (or a lack thereof) go hand in hand. Being unable to sleep is proven to heighten anxiety levels-and that whirring, panicking mind of yours does a very good job of making sure you don't get the
No wonder the insomnia/anxiety cycle is so hard to break.
Insomnia is often fueled by anxiety. You can't sleep, so you feel anxious about being unable to sleep, which then keeps you awake even longer. It's a well understood cycle-but new scientific research into the correlation between
Okay, be honest: What time do you usually go to bed? How many hours of sleep-without those middle-of-the-night interruptions-do you get daily? When you're always deprived of sleep, you might be experiencing a sleep disorder
Living life can be tiring, amirite? But if the week of your period leaves you feeling exhausted, it's worth knowing that there's a real, scientific reason behind your sleepiness.Dealing with the cramps, headaches, and bloating come as standard for
We asked a neuroscientist and brain surgeon for the answers to insomnia.
Ever spent a night's sleep tossing, turning and staring at the ceiling, then all of a sudden, the birds outside are singing and time to get up again? You're not alone in your insomnia.According to the NHS, struggling
Sleep is precious. It's normal for a change in circumstances-noisy housemates, an upcoming work presentation, or an overflowing to-do list-to affect your sleep quality. We all occasionally struggle to drift off, or drift off without a problem, only
Here's yet another reason why you shouldn't worry about not having an S.O. sleeping beside you: a recent study by experts from Canisius College in New York and initially published in the Anthrozoös journal revealed that
Many busy, career women take sleep for granted. We get it-there's so much to do and so little time. And while you already know of the health issues that come with not getting enough sleep every night, what you
Is it time to start practicing getting out of bed immediately?
There are two types of people in this world: A) the people who set an alarm and gleefully hop out of bed at the first sound of its jingle, and B) the people who groan heavily as the alarm sounds, clamping the
Your sleep pattern could be causing more problems than you realize.
Not only is being a "night owl" annoying when you have to get up for work the next day, it apparently affects more than just your body clock-it has a big impact on mental health, too.According to a new study
Did you know that the most common sleeping position is on your side? Yes, at night, we don't exactly know how many times we switch positions, but when it comes to preference, most of the world are side sleepers. And
Dreams often feel incredibly, well, real. So when you have a dream about blatantly cheating on your partner, it's freaky AF. But rest assured, you're not the only one who's done this.Nearly 60 percent of women
Do you sleep with the fan on? That's a bad idea, apparently.According to The Sleep Advisor, while having a fan does circulate air to make your room cooler and fresher, it can also circulate pollen and dust. Not great
If you love caffeine, you may think there's never a wrong time for coffee, but a new study says there is a right time to get the most out of your daily cup.Researchers from the United States Army developed
Go ahead and treat yourself by sleeping in this weekend.
Sleeping in on Saturday has long been chastised by sleep experts and moms alike-but a new study says the habit could lower your risk of death. Researchers at Stockholm University discovered that adults who logged up to five hours of sleep