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New data shows that our habits and routines really do affect the way we sleep at night, and that good sleep hygiene means better sleep.
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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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What coffee really does to sleep...
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Extra rest can help with recovery from illness, whether you have a cold, the flu, or another virus. Here’s how sleep helps your immune system bounce back when you’re sick.
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Similar to yoga nidra and sleep hypnosis, NSDR helps put you in a meditative state of deep rest and relaxation.
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Finding comfort in an inanimate object isn’t just for kids.
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From secret missions to daring adventures, coming up with a bedtime story isn’t as hard as you think. John Fox gives us his best tips for ditching your favorite bedtime book and coming up with your own storyline.
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Waking up exhausted? Mouth breathing may be the culprit. Read on to find out how repeated mouth breathing during sleep can put one at higher risk for health challenges.
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No one wants to be tossing and turning unable to sleep at night. If you struggle with insomnia check out some of these treatment suggestions.
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The average adult needs 7 to 9 hours of sleep, but that’s just a guideline. Here’s how to tell how many hours you really need.
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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.