Studies link sleep position to dream quality and emotion.
Do you wake up early for work on weekdays? Then we’re afraid researchers from the University of Pittsburgh have some bad news for you: You should be waking up early on weekends, too.
Want to lower your chances of gaining weight?
Even if you’re guzzling down green juice and exercising on the regular, it won’t help your case for health if you’re not getting a good night’s sleep.
Daylight Savings Time is was Sunday, and per the age-old saying “spring forward, fall back,” we were all forced to set our respective clocks forward an hour and lost a precious 60 minutes of pure, uninterrupted slumber.
Study ties it to increased stroke risk.
Reaching for coffee and hitting the snooze button aren’t doing you any favors. Here’s how to wake up the expert-approved way.
Suspect you’re not getting enough sleep? You can now verify whether that is indeed the case.
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