Blue-light filters aren’t going to get you those zzzs.
Although they thought the problem only afflicted ‘brain-workers’
From fruitflies and birds to humans, there’s debate in the scientific community about whether we’d die without sleep.
To keep your mind and body healthy, get some shut eye.
But you should probably be more worried about not getting enough.
Chronic sleep deprivation could make some people more likely to develop an anxiety disorder.
Even if you don’t get enough shut-eye, most fixes are easy
We know how sleep cycles work, but we don’t know what a normal one is or how to alter it.
How to make any time naptime.
The Mexican cavefish have no eyes, little pigment, and require about two hours of sleep per night to survive.
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