Tips for Better Baby Boomer Sleep

Not sleeping like a baby anymore? Being a boomer can mean a number of sleep issues, according to the American Association of Sleep Technologists. There are many possible reasons sleep changes as we get older, reports the National Institutes of Health. Aging, for example, may alter the production of melatonin, the hormone that regulates our…

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Quality Sleep: The Myths & Benefits

Are you guilty of believing these sleep myths? Getting quality sleep sure can have its challenges. As a result, people believe they can learn to function on less sleep. Some even believe they can make up their sleep deficit on the weekends. Sound like you? Unfortunately, these beliefs are false — and they are two…

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How Tech Is Trying To Solve The Sleeplessness Epidemic It Helped Create

From smartphones and tablets to laptops and computer monitors, the presence of screens in our daily lives (including the one you’re reading this article on) continues to grow. As useful as screens are for communication, entertainment and productivity, the effects of prolonged screen gazing can have a negative impact on sleep, leading to increased stress,…

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Scheduling Runs to Maximize Sleep

We only get 24 hours in a day, but how we arrange them makes all the difference. As a full-time working mom of three young kids, I do all I can to squeeze in my workouts without sacrificing too much sleep. I know the value of training for increasing productivity and relieving stress, but also…

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5 Ways to Get Out of Sleep Debt

Anika Christ, RD, LD – Senior Program Manager of Nutrition and Weight Loss for Life Time Fitness I talk about sleep all the time. As a registered dietitian, it’s one of the most popular topics I discuss with my clients (and coach them about) when it comes to making changes in order to lose weight.…

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Sleep Better, Run Faster

Sleep is an essential part of training for runners. Adequate sleep allows the body to best maximize recovery time between workouts, produce HGH (human growth hormone), maintain a healthy metabolism and manage pain and inflammation. How much sleep do you need? Most sleep experts claim that 7 to 8 hours of sleep per night is…

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6 Science-Backed Tips For Falling Back Asleep That Actually Work

Below includes original editorial content from The Huffington Post. There’s nothing worse than being wide awake at 4 a.m., staring at the ceiling and willing yourself back to dreamland. Middle-of-the-night wake-ups can happen for many reasons, making it hard and frustrating to combat in the moment. How about we break the cycle tonight? Here are…

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Meet Eli: 7-Year-Old Future Robotics Engineer

Meet Eli: 7-year-old future robotics engineer, lover of electronics, master bowler, Sleep Number® setting 35, and all-around awesome kid who wants to help people through tech. Eli’s dream of owning a Sleep Number® bed finally came true after three years of wanting one … check out his journey in our below interview. Eli is an especially…

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Sleep + Basketball: Nothing but Net

Sleep is shown to improve physical performance, and basketball is no exception. With the big March basketball tournament going on, many have predictions of who will win. So, we’re turning to our SleepIQ® technology to help us understand how each city sleeps – and make our picks based on our favorite training metric – sleep!…

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How to Sleep Better … Together

Do you and your partner have to compromise on mattress comfort? Not anymore! We’re excited our friends at askmen rate our Sleep Number® i10 mattress as one of the “Best Mattresses For Couples.” See below what the Sleep Number® i10 mattress has to offer and why you and your partner can sleep better … together.…

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