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How to share a bed with a restless sleeper
Sharing a bed with a restless sleeper can be exhausting for everyone.
Make your own custom weighted blanket for the ultimate sleep
Boost your sleep by making yourself a hug.
Your partner will love this new snore-stopping smart bed
Tempur's new system senses your snoring and automatically adjusts you to try to stop it.
Zebrafish could teach humans a lot about the science of sleep
Proper sleep is more important than you might think.
Hitting snooze confuses your brain more than waking up
Proper sleep is vital to optimal health.
Think you can survive on five hours’ sleep? Keep dreaming.
Here’s what you’ve probably gotten wrong about your nightly snoozes.
If fruit flies live without sleeping, why can’t I?
From fruitflies and birds to humans, there’s debate in the scientific community about whether we’d die without sleep.
Why do people need to sleep?
To keep your mind and body healthy, get some shut eye.
Lack of sleep looks the same as severe anxiety in the brain
Chronic sleep deprivation could make some people more likely to develop an anxiety disorder.
Millions of Americans are sleep-deprived, but stressing over it won’t help.
Even if you don’t get enough shut-eye, most fixes are easy