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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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He’s in the best riding condition of his life, and bringing new meaning to the term “sleeping like a baby.”
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Blue light doesn't just refer to the luminous glow from your screens. There's another (sunny) source you should know about — and it's good for you.
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We sat down with Grace Eleyae, creator of the original Satin-Lined Cap, the Slap, to talk about intentional self-care.
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Working from home is quite possibly the new norm. Here are some helpful tips for optimizing your sleep space and your work space.
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Your afternoon coffee ritual may be the reason you’re getting through the day, but caffeine insomnia is real.
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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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Nod off with these great sleep stories apps and podcasts. Plus, the science behind stories and what audio elements to look for.
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Blue light doesn't just refer to the luminous glow from your screens. There's another (sunny) source you should know about — and it's good for you.
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The sensation many people get from watching these rhythmic clips serves as a sedative that helps them de-stress and wind down before bed.
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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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And find out if pink noise or brown noise might be even better for you.
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Laughing way their to dreamland... can you think of a better way for Dad to unwind?
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