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4 Ways Snoring + Camping Can Co-Exist

Is snoring an ancient mechanism designed to scare bears away from our ancestors’ sleeping spaces? It’s possible, says Dr. Kathleen Yaremchuk, an ear, nose and throat doctor who studies snoring. But that argument isn’t likely to keep fellow campers happy on your next camping trip. One snorer in camp can keep a whole tent, RV…

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What Your Sleep Schedule Says About Your Relationship

Married couples are more likely to go to sleep and wake up at the same time if the wife is happy with the relationship, research suggests. Happy wife, happy life, right? “Most of what is known about sleep comes from studying it at the individual level; however, for most adults, sleep is a shared behavior…

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Enter the Five Beds in Five Weeks Sweepstakes!

Tossing and turning all night? Enter the Five Beds in Five Weeks Sweepstakes for a chance to win a Sleep Number 360™ smart bed valued at over $5,477. Enter for a chance to win here. Sleep Number® Five Beds in Five Weeks Grand Prize includes: Queen Sleep Number 360™ i10 Smart Bed and Integrated Base…

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How to Find More “Me” Time and Get More Sleep

If you want to sleep well, don’t forget to schedule some “me” time. In fact, the more time you have for yourself during the day, the faster you may fall asleep at night, research suggests. Maybe the household chores can wait. In a study published in the Journal of Sleep Research, scientists called 102 working…

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Want to Make More Money? Get More Sleep.

Sleep may be good for your wallet. Researchers at Williams College and the University of California-San Diego have found that people tend to earn higher wages in places where the sun sets earlier, allowing for longer sleep. The scientists looked at sleep and wage information data collected in the American Time Use Survey, administered by…

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How to Sleep with a Sunburn

They’re hot, they itch, and they hurt. Read on for tips to sleep more comfortably after getting sunburned. Sunburns not only leave us with uncomfortable skin during the day, but also at night. Skin damaged by the sun can sabotage sleep – sometimes for a few nights at a time – but thankfully, there are…

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Dream a Little (Great) Dream

Ah, nightmares. They can ruin your morning. But an amazing dream can help you wake up refreshed and excited for the day. Is there a way to control which kind of dream you get? Throughout history, philosophers, religious leaders—even entire societies—believed dreams could be directed or controlled. “When one is asleep, there is something in…

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Is Your Bedroom Décor Ruining Your Love Life?

Want to rekindle your love life? Start with your bedroom. Growing up in Africa, Bumi Lauren Kristen lived much of her life outdoors. When she moved to the U.S. to study architecture, she lived in what she called a “poky little apartment with few windows” in San Diego, and felt depressed. “Our surroundings do affect…

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5 Surprising Health Benefits Of A Good Night’s Sleep

Brought to you by our featured guest blogger, Jill Nystul, author and founder of One Good Thing by Jillee. I will admit that most of the time, I probably don’t get as much sleep as I should. But sleep is incredibly important for your overall health! While you’re asleep, your body is actually hard at…

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How Sleepless Is Your State?

Below includes original editorial content from The Huffington Post. Who would you guess is more rested, Southerners or Northerners? Do East Coasters or West Coasters get more shuteye, on average? If you think you know the answer, you might be surprised to learn that, yes, Midwesterners are among those who get the least amount of…

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