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The WHOOP device lacks a screen, but its smartphone app makes up for it with robust sleep data and smart health recommendations.
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In a very near future, smartwatches could be the first way to learn you have an illness — be it Lyme disease or COVID-19 — on the way.
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Start tracking your sleep to learn about your sleep cycles and sleep style, and how to get better sleep.
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Sleep tracking can help you optimize your Zzz’s for better rest. But some people are getting caught up in the metrics, developing orthosomnia.
After five years, Apple is unveiling native sleep tracking for the Apple Watch. What are they doing differently?
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From choosing the perfect mattress to tracking and understanding your sleep quality, this new partnership between’s parent company and the data-driven leader in sleep science aims to help you get better sleep.
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1. Reduced anxiety

Doomscrolling before bed is a recipe for mental disaster. Quit the apps at least an hour before bed.

2. Healthier bedtime boundaries

That notification can wait. Bedtime is your time, and building positive sleep associations can help you fall asleep faster.

3. More energy at wake-up

A phone away keeps the procrastination at bay. Avoid logging on first thing and focus on your morning routine.

4. Consistent sleep-wake schedule

Blue light can cause your brain to keep you up longer than you might want. Rely on natural light schedule your sleep.
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Sleep music can provide a deep and revitalizing night’s rest through physiological changes in the body, but that's not the only benefit. Our experts teach us the science behind music for sleep.
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Noise during sleep can affect your health, even if you don't wake up. Here's how to counteract the commotion.
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Do binaural beats for sleep work? We dive into what binaural beats are, if they work, what Hz frequency to use, and more.
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Beloved by parents of babies and nearly ubiquitous when it comes to sounds to block other noises, white noise is the most popular and widely used color noise. Learn if a white noise machine could help you and how to use white noise for your sleep.
Blue-light-blocking glasses promise to shield our eyes and protect our sleep cycle so we can fall asleep easier at night. But do they really work?
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Festive favorites to watch, read, and listen to when cozied up at home this holiday season.
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