When your desk is better for sleep than your bedroom, something is off.
College students are one of the most sleep deprived populations. Sleep researcher Roxanne Prichard from the University of Saint Thomas gives us tips on how to prioritize and get the best sleep at college.
Rethink your lighting!
“Studies have been performed in the U.K. and U.S. measuring bedroom, dining room and lounge room temperatures in people’s
The findings, published in the journal Pediatrics on Monday, relied on data from 24 states collected between 2004 and 2012
You've heard it before: If you really want to sleep better, your bedroom needs to function as your sanctuary, a retreat from
I've really been trying to pay closer attention to my sleep habits since the start of this experiment, and I'm learning a lot about myself and what my body and mind require for a restful sleep.
How often do you use a smartphone or computer right before bed or even in bed? Do you think it may be impacting your quality of sleep or your ability to fall asleep?
Many gadgets blink, flicker, and shine to the point they can light up a room at night. You could find yourself applying black tape to those tiny diode lights just to get a good night's sleep!