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This Video Debunks 10 Misconceptions About Sleep

We know that sleep is a very important part of our lives, but there are still some things that a lot of people believe that aren’t necessarily true. Here’s clarification on some of the most popular misconceptions about sleepy time.


Why Anxiety Wakes You Up At Night, And How To Reclaim Your Rest

Waking up in the middle of the night with anxiety can ruin anyone’s night. You’re panicked, frustrated, worried, and you may not sleep well even if you do manage to doze. You don’t have to sit awake all night though. Here’s how anxiety messes with our sleep, and how you can fight back.


Why You Get A Crick In Your Neck (And How You Can Prevent It)

Waking up with a crick in your neck is one of the worst ways to start your day. Turning your head hurts anywhere you look, and you usually have no idea why. Here’s what causes it and what you can do to help yourself avoid it in the future.


The Advantages Of Being An Early Bird Vs Being A Night Owl

Most people usually identify themselves as either an early bird or a night owl, but it’s hard to say if one is better than the other. These are the perks to each one.


Schedule Sleep In Your Calendar To Protect Your Sleep Cycle

One of the perks of becoming a grownup is you no longer have an imposed bed time. It still might not hurt to schedule one for yourself if you want to keep your sleep cycle steady though.


Track Your Sleep Efficiency Number To Analyse Your Sleep Habits Better

If you’re having trouble sleeping, finding out what the problem is can be hard. Sleep trackers can help. To really get a fix on what’s keeping you tired, focus on your sleep efficiency number (and, specifically, how it changes).


There's More To Sleep Cycles Than Being A Morning Or Night Person

It has long been thought that most people fall into one of two categories when it comes to sleep: morning people and night people. However, the British Psychological Society points to a small bit of research that suggests there might be more to it than that.


Take Naps On Saturday Afternoon To Avoid Monday Grogginess

Sleeping in on Saturday may be a common indulgence, but it’s bad for your sleep schedule. If you want to get in some extra snooze time on Saturday but don’t want to ruin your Monday morning, nap in the afternoon instead.


How To Prepare Your Body For Jet Lag (And Get Over It Quickly)

With long distance travel comes the insomnia, dizziness, and just out-of-it feeling we all know as jet lag. Luckily, just because you’ve been on a plane for several hours doesn’t mean you have to lose a day. These tips will help you before, during and after your trip to beat back jet lag as quickly as possible.


Press The Bridge Of Your Nose To Stay Awake

Whether it’s an all-nighter or a boring meeting at work, we’ve all caught ourselves fighting to stay awake. Press the bridge of your nose to stay awake in a pinch.