Home » News » Sleep Research NewsSleep Research News by Sleepopolis Team | Updated: June 11, 2021 Is Your Doctor Getting Enough Sleep? You Might Want to Find Out September 19, 2022September 19, 2022 A New Zealand woman in her 60’s went to the doctor with stomach pain and nausea in 2017. A set of x-rays later revealed a mass on her lungs, according… Alexandra Frost Eating in Bed Can Put Your Relationship at Risk, and Keep You Up September 13, 2022September 14, 2022 There’s nothing like tossing and turning all night, only to realize that what was bothering you all night was that stray piece of popcorn that was left on the bed…. Alexandra Frost TV at Bedtime Leads to Less Sleep and Behavioral Issues August 15, 2022August 19, 2022 Pundits warn time and time again that TV is essentially a wasteland, and parents have been warned in equal measure to keep their kids’ screen time to a minimum. And… Sharon Brandwein These Cute Jumping Spiders May Sleep and Dream Just Like Us August 15, 2022August 16, 2022 The REM (rapid eye movement) stage of sleep is a phase of deep sleep commonly associated with dreaming, muscle twitching, and brain wave activity resembling a waking state. And while… Sharon Brandwein Will This Week’s Perseid Meteor Showers (or Full Moon) Mess With Your Sleep? August 10, 2022August 10, 2022 Stargazers everywhere are setting their sights on the Perseid meteor showers this week, or what NASA considers “the best meteor shower of the year.” Typically making their appearance every year… Sharon Brandwein Too Little Sleep May Harm Kids’ Brains August 10, 2022August 12, 2022 Bedtime struggles are one of the most common conversation starters for parents at the local playground. And it turns out, this frustrating parent/child struggle may be a fight worth having… Alexandra Frost Gen Z and Millennials Prone to ‘Sunday Scaries’ August 4, 2022August 4, 2022 If you’ve ever struggled to fall asleep on a Sunday night, you are not alone. A new study by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine shows that the “Sunday Scaries”… Sharon Brandwein How Teen Sleep Deprivation Got Personal for This Author: Q&A With Lisa Lewis August 3, 2022August 3, 2022 When journalist and author Lisa Lewis’ son entered high school at age 13 (he’s now 20) in Southern California, he had to be at his desk at 7:30 a.m., earlier… Alexandra Frost Taking The Big Step Into Kindergarten Requires More Sleep Than Most Kids Get July 28, 2022July 28, 2022 While the back-to-school focus may tend toward getting the hottest new backpack or even learning to tie shoes, there’s a much more critical aspect to remember as the school year… Alexandra Frost Are Naps Bad For You? Study Links High Blood Pressure, Stroke Risk to Daytime Snoozing July 28, 2022July 28, 2022 When that afternoon energy crash rolls around, you might find yourself wishing for and even indulging in a cozy nap. Whether you are a cat napper or a full 2-3… Alexandra Frost 1 2 … 11 Next →Subscribe Today!Get the latest deals, discounts, reviews, and giveaways!Sleepopolis TeamThe Sleepopolis team is all about helping you sleep better. Whether it is through extensive sleep product reviews, sleep tips, or debunking sleep myths, we're here for you!