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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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Two people reading newspapers in bed. Text reads: Sleep News Week of September 9, 2022.
This week we dive into blue light research as well as how sleep apnea can now be directly linked to increased cancer risk.
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Going to bed in the buff has more health benefits than we realized.
Beautiful young Asian woman opening curtains and looking out to the beautiful scenics through window in the morning. A brand new day with hope and possibilities
Whether you’re a self-proclaimed morning person or a night owl, it can be hard to leave the comfort of your bed in the morning. Find out what you can do to help your body wake up on its own.
Person wearing headphones, sunglasses and bracelets, holding a phone and smiling in front of the ocean.
Whether your ideal setting is on a beach, in nature, listening to rain showers, or sitting beside a campfire, here is ASMR to help you relax.
woman listening to a bedtime story
Think bedtime stories are for kids? Think again. There's no shortage to soothing elements and options to help you fall asleep fast.
A couple doomscrolling in bed while basked in blue light from their cell phones.
Studies prove that your pre-bedtime phone habits do impact your sleep. Here’s how to log off and finally get good rest.
Two people sitting inside a tent enjoying a view of some mountains. The people are behind the view of the camera, with only their feet in the frame.
Research shows that spending time outside can help reset your sleep cycles. Here's why you should get outside, or five easy ways to mimic camping conditions at home.
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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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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.