Articles about Sleep
10 tweaks to your morning routine that will transform your entire day
"The Nottingham research has led me to uncover ways we can break bad habits in the morning and maximize our energy and self-control throughout the day."
7 things in your diet that could be sabotaging your sleep
If you struggle with insomnia, striving for the right balance of these foods, drinks, and specific nutrients may help you get a good night’s rest.
6 tips for surviving a marathon workday
Welcome to the marathon workday. Here are six tips for surviving the longest one ever.
If you sleep less than 7 hours, you are more likely to crash your car
Before worrying about how your workday is going to go, first, worry about how you are going to get there, and if you're OK to drive.
How to feel amazing before 8 a.m.
In the first 60-120 minutes of your day, you can change your entire life.
You should be sleeping outdoors
Just a short bit of time can do wonders for your body, mind, and soul, and in this case you don't even have to be awake.
Workers in this industry take the longest to get ready for work in the morning
According to a new survey from Best Mattress Brand of over 1,000 people, those who worked for the government took the longest to get ready at 42 minutes.
Why you keep waking up covered in sweat
It could be cancer. It could be spicy food. But there could be another reason you get the night sweats when you're sleeping.
This is what happens in your brain when you sleep
Sleeping can feel as effortless as turning off the lights and waking up feeling refreshed and rejuvenated, but your brain is way more active than you think.
How to hack your sleep routine
To help ensure a good night’s sleep, here is a brilliant hitlist of hacks to target common sleep nuisances to ensure you’re able to wake up feeling rested.
Almost one-quarter of people oversleep at least once a week
A new survey of 1000 people shows you how many people are late to work because they oversleep and which generation does this the most.
How to fall asleep on a plane once and for all
This is how you do it according to a sleep expert.
10 scientific reasons you’re tired after a good night’s sleep
What happens when those eight hours don't take? Doctors explain.
This is how much women spend on coffee every year
We’ve heard it before — our daily latte run is significantly shrinking our savings accounts.
The Bulletproof Coffee founder thinks sleep is the essential key for success
Most entrepreneurs running a successful company tend to have extreme and odd hours and don't sleep enough, but for Dave Asprey, founder of the multi-million dollar wellness company Bulletproof Coffee, quality sleep has been one of his main keys for finding success.
30 days to a smarter and better brain: How to rapidly improve how you think
In 30 days or less, you can adopt some of these habits to boost your brain power, improve your mental clarity and build a better brain.
10 powerful ways to create your own happiness
Applying these strategies won’t just improve your happiness at work; most of them will also improve your emotional intelligence.
An open letter to Elon Musk
Arianna Huffington tells Elon Musk that he's demonstrating a wildly outdated, anti-scientific and horribly inefficient way of using human energy.
Why nighttime showers can help us sleep better at night
For those of us who like winding down the day with an evening shower, rejoice! Nighttime showers are better at helping us get a good night's sleep.
Survey: 51% of younger Millennials feel the most stressed about relationships
New Bankrate data shows that 51% of "younger Millennials" in America feel the most anxious and stressed out about relationships.
A surprising number of Americans would give up their phone for coffee
They are also willing to shell out some serious cash to quench their caffeine thirst.
This Spotify sales coordinator starts her day with self-care
Nicole Godreau is a 20-something living in New York. Like so many others, she starts her day with a favorite playlist. The only difference? Godreau works for streaming giant Spotify, which means the music never stops for this sales coordinator.
5 reasons Elon Musk really needs to get some rest
In a shockingly revealing New York Times interview with Elon Musk this week, the world learned how truly intense the CEO of three companies is as he talked about his 120-hour work week and using Ambien as a frequent sleep aid, alternating "between laughter and tears" to reporters taking notes.
Study says too much sleep could be worse for your health than getting too little
Is it possible that getting too much sleep can also be bad for your health? According to a new study, the answer is yes.
The states where people are pulling the most all-nighters … to stream TV
Nearly half (45%) of adults have pulled all-nighters in the last year to watch a TV show, with men being slightly more likely to do so than women.