Sleep + Wellness

Nix these things and get better z’s, guaranteed.
Sleep experts share the best ways to get shut-eye without sacrificing your relationship.
"Hormonal. Sleep deprivation. Fogginess. Physical pain. Isolation. Anxiety."
In the past year, there have been at least three fatal crashes when Tesla cars were in self-driving mode.
A horn-honking motorist failed to rouse the driver on the Massachusetts Turnpike.
Experts explain why you might feel like you have no energy.
Sex experts help explain the alluring and mysterious sleep orgasm.
Plus, sleep experts share how frequently it needs to happen to be classified as a chronic issue.
Plus, advice on how to get a good night's rest when it's warm.
Dreams can be like movies based on your memories from long ago — or last week.
Experts share the warning signs that your lack of sleep may signal a greater health problem.
The first step to stopping the issue is to figure out why it's happening in the first place.
There are some consequences to using over-the-counter medicine to help you drift off.
Sleep trackers have become increasingly popular, but many experts think they're bogus. Here's why.
Our writer swears by this blanket for better sleep.
Talking in your sleep is generally harmless, but there are a few cases where it can be cause for concern.
Have trouble getting those Zzzs? This is for you.
For those who like using television to help them drift off.
You may think you feel fine, but sleep deprivation undermines you on the job.
Experts share the biggest mistakes you can make before hitting the pillow.