How College Students Can Manage Time to Get More Sleep

College life can be tough: all the studying, working and partying leave little room for sleep. No wonder 50 percent of college students feel sleepy during the day and 70 percent don’t get enough Zzzs, according to Nature and Science of Sleep. (You read that right – 70 percent!) Brushing up on time-management skills can…

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The Hunt For Today’s Most Sleep-Friendly Home

This post is sponsored by Sleep Number. The hunt for a good night’s sleep has gone digital, which is unsurprising considering a full 35 percent of Americans aren’t getting enough sleep. From classic sleep saboteurs like indoor allergens and pollen, to their modern counterparts like phone screens and noise pollution, there are endless ways we…

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How to Battle Mid-life Insomnia

Do you suddenly find yourself wide awake at 3 a.m., or tossing and turning half the night before sleep finds you? Men and women ages 40 to 60 may have some degree of mid-life sleep woes due to stress, hormones and family and work worries that turn sleep into an elusive pursuit. Hopefully, some of…

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The Perfect Temperature for Sleeping

Temperature has a profound affect on sleep. Too hot and you’ll wake up sweating. Too cold and you’ll shiver yourself awake. So what’s the right thermostat setting for solid sleeping? And what else can you do to maintain an optimal temperature throughout the night? Read on. Your brain and body temperature Your brain regulates your…

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Respect Sleep: Business Mogul Says

Success in the entrepreneurial world requires quick decision making and attention to ever-changing trends. Making sure you get the right amount of sleep at night—whether it’s 7, 8 or 9 hours—is vital to be at your best. Listen as a business mogul chats with Arianna Huffington about his respect for sleep and his love for technology. This episode…

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Can Sleep Help You Learn a New Language

If you are planning a vacation abroad this summer, you may choose to brush up on your French, German or Spanish. To supercharge your cramming process, research suggests more Zzzs. Sleep seems to help carve foreign language words into your memory, according to a study published in the journal Cerebral Cortex. Scientists at the University…

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5 Ways to Cope with a Snoring Spouse

Do you share a bed with a spouse who snores? If so, you may be all too aware of the cycles of anger, frustration, exhaustion and relationship discord that have roots in these situations. Read on for tips to help manage the stress of life with a snorer, courtesy of Michael J. Breus, a Los…

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“Chill Out, Honey”… Summer Sleep Battles

Turns out 75% of couples don’t agree on what temperature their bedroom should be. What’s comfy to one isn’t to the other. Sound familiar? Beyond bickering, recent data shows how ‟hot under the collar” this topic makes many of you (see what we did there ;)). Read on for ways to sleep better together this…

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Have a Leg Up: Benefits of Sleeping with Pillow Between Legs

While they’re primarily marketed for it, pillows aren’t just for your head. You can use pillows to support yourself below the waist, too. In fact, research suggests placing a pillow between the knees can relieve pain and lead to a more restful night’s sleep. Ready to learn more? We spoke to Pete Bils, Sleep Number…

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