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Learn how an astronaut, a news anchor, a pro gamer, and others use sleep to fuel their successes.
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Our new podcast with Vox Media dives into some of the most unique sleep stories to explore what we can learn from our sleep.
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Why standard time is great for your sleep.
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Learn all about this dreamy sleep stage, how much you need, and why it’s important for your brain and body.
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While you might think morning people and late-night lovers couldn’t be further apart, they both share struggles with bad sleep quality. Believe it or not sleep quality thrives in chronotypes somewhere in the middle.
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If you feel like you're constantly fighting with under-eye bags, there may be more going on than getting a bad night's sleep.
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If you feel tired after meals, don’t be alarmed: Postprandial somnolence is totally normal, if irksome. Here are some ways to feel more alert after meals.
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Halitosis can range from minor annoyance to absolute mortification. No matter how bad it is, here's everything to know about the causes of halitosis and what you can do to fix it.
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The average adult needs 7 to 8 hours of sleep, but that’s just a guideline. Here’s how to tell how many hours you really need.
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Sometimes our racing minds or tense bodies prevent our ability to fall asleep. Mindful breathing or another breathing exercise can help you fall asleep fast.
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Do you wake up in pain?

We spoke to experts about what to do when pain makes sleep feels elusive. Hint? It comes with giving yourself a break. Read more.

Is your mattress uncomfortable?

The average mattress lasts about 8 years, but there are many other signs of comfort and cleanliness to look out for when deciding whether you need to replace yours. Read more.

Do you get hot flashes or night sweats?

No one wants to wake up drenched in sweat. For tips and products that can help you become a cool sleeper, read more.

Does your partner snore?

If you’re prone to sawing logs when you want to be sleeping soundlessly, we’ve got several possible snorelutions. Read more.