Daylight Savings Time is was Sunday, and per the age-old saying “spring forward, fall back,” we were all forced to set our respective clocks forward an hour and lost a precious 60 minutes of pure, uninterrupted slumber.
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Study ties it to increased stroke risk.
Reaching for coffee and hitting the snooze button aren’t doing you any favors. Here’s how to wake up the expert-approved way.
Suspect you’re not getting enough sleep? You can now verify whether that is indeed the case.
A new analysis from Jawbone reveals which locations are clocking the most—and least—Zs.
Feel refreshed and well-rested every day by building these healthy habits.
As in, less than an inch apart.
Here’s why the separate beds thing is more beneficial than you’d think—and how to determine if it could work for you.
If you’re looking for a fairly painless way to lose weight (or at least not gain) researchers at Brigham Young University have a new solution for you.
Studies link a shortage of shut-eye with obesity and diabetes.