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Getting expert guidance on the right pillow helped me sleep through the night.
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Racers battle extreme sleep deprivation on 40-hour hauls during one of the longest sports endurance tests in the world.
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The Grammy-nominated music producer taps into her most creative self — and finds her groove — at night.
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Also known as somniloquy, talking in your sleep is usually harmless, but here’s what you should know.
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It was an important year for the science of sleep — including the dangers of shift work, the impact of COVID-19, and the cost of sleep disorders.
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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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Both apps are wildly popular for meditation and mindfulness, but they deserve a spot in your bedtime routine as well.
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Think bedtime stories are for kids? Think again. There's no shortage to soothing elements and options to help you fall asleep fast.
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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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