Sleep Awareness Week

That's why in honor of the National Sleep Foundation's Sleep Awareness Week (March 6-13), the Start School Later team has rounded up some often overlooked facts about teen sleep, including some shareable messages:
Babies are pretty limited in their skill sets, but one thing they do very well is sleep (though not always at the specific
Sleep Awareness Week kicked off on March 2. That means it's time to think about your sleep habits. We discuss the "Pick Your Sides" survey and explain which side of the bed Americans prefer to sleep on.
Sleep Awareness Week kicked off on March 2. That means it's time to think about your sleep habits. We discuss the "Pick Your Sides" survey and explain which side of the bed Americans prefer to sleep on.
Stage one: The earliest stage of sleep is one between wakefulness and slumber. It's easy to be awoken from stage one sleep
7. Going to bed and waking up at the same times each day could be good for your weight. Regular wake and sleep times are
Sleep Awareness Week (March 3-10) should serve as a "wakeup call" for America, giving us the opportunity to get ourselves and our children back on track to better sleep, health and learning. Here are five tips to get started.
According to National Sleep Foundation's 2010 "Sleep In America" survey, African Americans reported the least amount of sleep
Participants cited drinking caffeine and napping as methods to combat insufficient sleep, but many acknowledged that sleepiness
We continue to live by a remarkably durable myth: Sleeping one hour less will give us one more hour of productivity.
If you're among the third of Americans who don't get enough shut-eye, then there's no better opportunity to make sleep a