Sleep

The Future of Sleep

Can you become a morning person? Sleep scientists say it is possible with these key tips

ByKatie MacBride
pure fantasy

Why do people have lucid dreams? Study questions the limits of consciousness

ByClaire Cameron
Future Of Sleep

Nightmares have plagued humans for millennia — do we finally know how to tame them?

ByElana Spivack
Sleep on it

Melatonin won't cure your sleep problems — and it might even be harmful

ByKatie MacBride
Balance

Do supplements boost immunity? A doctor debunks the wellness claim

ByKatie MacBride
incredible

Can octopuses dream? A new study hints at a tantalizing answer

ByClaire Cameron
ZZZ...

Six scientific reasons why sleep can boost brain health

ByJennifer Walter
Mindfulness

Trying to be mindful? Get more sleep

ByJoAnna Wendel
Innovation

Lenovo Smart Clock: It saved my mental health at night. Can its successor?

ByNick Lucchesi
Light Switch

For better sleep, scientists now say to keep track of this kind of light

ByNick Keppler
the story of you

How much sleep do you really need? The answer may be more than you think

ByKatie MacBride
Mind and Body

5 reasons making daylight saving time permanent will improve life in America

BySteve Calandrillo and The Conversation
Health

One Simple Change to Your Diet Could Help You Sleep Better, Study Finds

ByErica Jansen and The Conversation
Culture

Move your body while social distancing: 3 factors you should consider

ByRenee J. Rogers
More like 16:ate

Sleep and intermittent fasting: Here's how science explains it

BySophie Putka
Health

Can this Common Element Cure America’s Sleep Problems?

ByMiriam Fauzia
Mind and Body

Study: Coronavirus lockdown dreams reveal a "shared mindscape"

ByEmma Betuel
sweet dreams

7 things you need to know before you pull an all-nighter

ByKate S. Petersen
Culture

The benefits of time slowing down

ByPhilip Gable
Debunked

Can blue-light glasses help you sleep? Scientists separate fact from fiction

ByTareq Yousef
Sweet Dreams

Why bad sleep can make you vulnerable to future stress — study

ByEmma Betuel
Science

Too hot to sleep? Why your nights are only going to get so much worse

ByStephen Burt and The Conversation
Sunday Scaries

Why do you feel older than your age? A psychologist reveals one critical reason

BySarah Sloat
Health

Could A Bizarre Sleep Routine Practiced By Early Humans Be Key To A Good Night’s Rest?

ByElana Spivack
"Think of a tree"

Sleep tech allows scientists to influence dreams

BySarah Wells
Sleep Science

Video: 'Very fat pigs' study sheds light on sleep apnea

ByTara Yarlagadda
Health

A Sleep Scientist Reveals the Hidden Secrets to Overcoming Jet Lag

ByElana Spivack
Sleep science

Why sleep trackers could be negatively impacting your mental health — study

ByMatthew Reid
Zzz

Tired all the time? 4 tips for dealing with sleep deprivation

ByKatie MacBride
Reel Science

Netflix’s 'Sandman' portrays a very real sleeping illness — but does it get it right?

ByTara Yarlagadda
Mind and Body

7 steps people struggling with mental health can take to improve sleep

ByKatie MacBride
Sunday Scaries

Sleep science: The biggest mistake “successful” people make

BySarah Sloat

Daylight savings time: 5 reasons we should keep it forever

BySteve Calandrillo
Detox

Does Cannabis Actually Help With Sleep? Experts Say It Isn’t Risk-Free

ByElana Spivack
Mind and Body

4 science-backed sleep hacks to get you through a difficult day

ByJoanne Bower
night moves

A genetic tool could bring a pill that turns night owls into early risers

BySophie Putka
sleep tight

How virtual reality can unlock an elusive dream state

BySarah Wells
Zzzzz

Napping: 2 huge benefits come out of a midday snooze

ByJohn Axelsson and Tina Sundelin
Mind and Body

The scientific reason you grind your teeth — and how to stop

ByDale Howes and Alexander Holden
Mind and Body

Taking longer naps with age could herald a fatal brain condition

ByYue Leng
Sweet dreams

Sleep science: 3 easy hacks for a good night's rest

ByNenad Naumovski, Nathan M D'Cunha, Amanda Bulman and Wolfgang Marx
Science

Covid-19: Why some people are experiencing long-term fatigue

ByFrances Williams
move sleep repeat

“Synergistic” study finds this action can counter the effects of poor sleep

BySophie Putka
Health

These Science-Backed Strategies Could Dramatically Improve Your Monday Brain

ByThe Conversation, Cristina R. Reschke and Jolanta Burke
Detox

3 Backwards Sleep Science “Hacks” That Can Help Cure Your Insomnia

ByElana Spivack
Mind and Body

Having this many nightmares a week may be tied to extreme brain aging

ByAbidemi Otaiku and The Conversation
Reel Science

Christian Bale’s Most Disturbing Movie and the Dark History of Sleep Science

ByJennifer Walter
Science

Your eyes move along with your dreams — at least in mice

ByMassimo Scanziani, Yuta Senzai and The Conversation
good day sunshine

Scientists discover one sleep habit is most likely to result in happiness

BySophie Putka
Mind and Body

Brain study suggests the workday needs to be radically restructured

ByZoltán Molnár, Tamas Horvath and The Conversation