The portrayal of sleep paralysis in “The Haunting of Hill House” is terrifying, so we consulted with experts to learn about the truth behind the phenomena.
A new study says the amount of time kids spend on devices has little effect on sleep, adding fuel to the controversial fire around screen-time and sleep.
A new study suggests that if you’re not getting enough sleep, drinking a little extra H20 might make you feel more refreshed in the AM.
Self-care start-up Shine just added a new category of audio tracks to its app — and if you grew up in the 90’s, they will probably sound familiar.
Feeling extra tired? The culprit could be “work-creep,” which is when we bring our jobs home with us even after the office is closed.
Father of three, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson reminds parents everywhere that balancing sleep-time and play-time is just a part of the job.
As you prepare your sleep schedules for the biannual time change, we ask you: how much do you actually know about Daylight Saving Time?
Does your workplace give you money if you get a good night’s sleep? Meet the company that does, along with the reason behind the reward.
A new study suggests that inadequate sleep training early in life could lead to a higher risk of obesity for some infants as they grow up.
Health tech company Beddr just launched the first-ever FDA-registered sleep tracker, and it promises to boost the quality of your slumber in just one week.
Not sleeping well? Science says wearing wool pajamas might help you fall asleep faster, and stay snoozing for longer.
A new study reveals that those who suffer from chronic pain might find some nighttime relief by sleeping with their furry best friend.
A recent study reveals another benefit of napping, showing that a mid-day snooze could help us make better decisions by processing unconscious information.
In a recent study, researchers were able to pinpoint and activate the part of the brain that triggers sleep, inducing immediate slumber in mice.
Last month, Tom Brady announced he’s getting into bed with mattress brand Molecule. We unpack why this matters — for both sleep science and athletes.