Hack your sleep health
Portrait of young brunette woman drinking water, holding a transparent glass and looking in distance.
Your body needs water to function, and sleep is no exception. Making sure you’re hydrated can help you achieve healthy, restful sleep.
Medical worker napping at hospital.
Nearly 25% of American workers have sporadic schedules. Here’s what the experts say about the risks of shift work and how to mitigate related health concerns.
Woman taking in the view at sunset from the roof of her camper van.
Your road trip shouldn’t be a snooze. Here’s how to pace each leg of the journey and tips for when to let passengers nod off.
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.
Woman opening curtains and looking out to a bright day
Hot summer nights and extended daylight can make it tough to sleep. Here’s what you need to know.
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.
Woman reading paperback book at night with a bedside lamp

1. Find time for self-care before lights-out

Dedicate 30-mins to "you" time during the day or before bed. This will help curb the urge for revenge bedtime procrastination.

2. Power down tech an hour before bed

Blue light can cause your brain to keep you up longer than you might want. Tuck your tech away for a smoother wind down.

3. Cool yourself down on hot nights

A drop in body temperature can signal to your brain that it's time for shut-eye. Cool your room or try a hot bath.

4. Try to wake up at the same time every morning

A consistent wake time sets the stage for good sleep habits. Plus, who doesn't love waking up naturally?
Sleep troubles?
Woman sleeping peacefully after using CBD
There are a lot of questions about this experimental sleep aid. Here’s what we know about CBD and sleep.
High Angle View Of Woman Sleeping On Bed With Spooky Shadow On Wall At Home
Find out what’s really going on when you have a "visit" from a nefarious nighttime creature.
Medical worker napping at hospital.
Nearly 25% of American workers have sporadic schedules. Here’s what the experts say about the risks of shift work and how to mitigate related health concerns.
Girl texting on her phone in the middle of the night, wide awake
Nighttime awakenings are more common than not — but when should you start being concerned?
Man fatigued from disoriented sleep caused by sleep apnea
From the Greek word for breathless, sleep apnea isn't just snoring at night. Depending on the type of sleep apnea, this sleep disorder can cause major fatigue after a full night of sleep.
Two people lying in bed in a blue bedroom, each holding open newspapers that block their faces.
This week, scientists shared data on the ideal amount of sleep for adults, how sleep loss impacts our ability to evaluate emotions, and more.
This is not a valid email address.