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A messy room can mean a bad night's shut-eye.
There are few things in life that are better than a good night's sleep. In fact, according to a recent study in the Journal of Applied Psychology, a restful night is so beneficial it may even make tho...
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Plus other tips to make your room more sleep-friendly.
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Plus why you might be waking in the first place.
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Because the wee hours of the morning are made for sleeping.
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A new US study suggests yet another reason to get some shut-eye.
Here's how you can get more shut-eye.
If only catching some zzz's was this easy.
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So here are some tips for a better night's sleep.
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Need to sleep better? Try eating right before bed. We're serious. We know, we know ... thanks to a lot of research on the topic, conventional wisdom says we shouldn't eat before bed, lest we gain weig...
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Catching up on #TBTs and engagement announcements before hitting the hay can be entertaining, but it's time to ditch your social media life for an activity that better preps you for sleep. And your ph...
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Shut eye. Catching zZzs. Taking a kip. Whatever you want to call it, sleep is amazing -- and while we know the average person needs around seven hours of sleep a night, have you ever wondered if that...
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If you want to sleep more soundly and possibly drop a few pounds, amp up your fiber intake and forgo the sweets and saturated fats. A new study published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine fou...
Plenty of advice for achieving quality sleep focuses on lifestyle changes that can take days, weeks, or even longer to successfully put into practice. After all, it's hard to just give up your beloved...
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Too little sleep and too-late bedtimes – at any age – may result in heavier bodies and wider waistlines, new research finds. Body mass index, which measures weight related to height, can rise even for...
Darkness tells your brain to go to sleep. A device that emits not only blue light but lots of squirts of dopamine to your brain, says 'wakey-wakey'!
A recent study published in Current Biology on the sleep habits of three "pre-industrial" societies has been making waves in science journalism circles for suggesting that we don't need to sleep eight...
About 9 million U.S. adults use prescription sleep aids to ensure quality rest, according to a recent CDC study. But experts caution that sleeping pills aren't always effective or safe, and many think...
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Everyone needs to get their rest -- between 7 and 9 hours of it, according to the National Sleep Foundation. But it can be hard to get the word out, so it always helps when celebrities rave about how...
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You will find me wrapped around your head. Especially when it's cold. It's really cool how your head gives off so much heat, by the way. You are awesome. I also do this to stop you hearing thunder, because thunder is scary.
Type ‘how to go to sleep’ into Google and you will be inundated with thousands upon thousands (or millions upon millions) of trips and tricks to help you on your way to planet snooze. Everything from...