Home » News » Sleep Research NewsSleep Research News by Sleepopolis Team | Updated: June 11, 2021 Women are Sleeping Worse Than Men… And Here’s Why June 27, 2019June 2, 2021 The U.S. Labor Department just released a survey that shows how men are working less and sleeping more… while women do the opposite. Sarah Riccio Apparently, You Can Learn An Entire Language in your Sleep February 19, 2019June 2, 2021 A new sleep study out of Switzerland suggests that we can learn a new language while we slumber, and remember it when we wake up. Sarah Riccio Science Shows Adults Sleep Best When Rocked Like Babies February 5, 2019June 2, 2021 Two new studies in the journal Current Biology prove the positive connection between sleep and rocking motion, with insights on how to improve sleep. Molly Morrow Many on Rx Sleeping Pills Would Snooze Straight Through a Fire Alarm January 28, 2019June 2, 2021 New research out of Japan suggests that some of America’s popular sleeping pills are strong enough to keep users fast asleep despite the presence of danger. Sarah Riccio Our Sleeping Brain Scans For Danger So We Can Sleep Soundly January 24, 2019June 2, 2021 A new study suggests the brain is regularly checking in on our surroundings as we sleep, listening for threats in case it needs to wake us up. Laura Schwecherl Losing This Much Sleep Can Make You Angry January 4, 2019June 3, 2021 We’ve got yet another reason for why you should get enough shuteye: sleep deprivation could cause angry and irritable emotions. Laura Schwecherl New Study Shows Big Benefits for Students That Sleep In December 28, 2018June 2, 2021 Thanks to a recent study out of the University of Washington, students at Seattle high schools might not be so sleepless anymore. Sarah Riccio Science Says It’s (Mostly) Okay to Work Out at Night December 21, 2018June 2, 2021 This conclusion debunks the common myth that working out after hours could put a wrench in our quality of sleep Laura Schwecherl This Behavior at Work Can Wreck Your Sleep, Study Says December 20, 2018June 2, 2021 Researchers discovered yet another reason to be nice to one another: Being rude to someone at work can cause them to sleep poorly. Laura Schwecherl Want Deeper Sleep? Science Says This Element is Key December 13, 2018June 3, 2021 New research discovers that ample amounts of O2 can help bodies stay in a relaxed, slow-wave sleep. What does this exactly mean for our sleep health? Laura Schwecherl 1 2 … 9 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!