It could be your baby screaming the house down or the early morning sun turning your tent into a sweat-den after a late night at Shangri-La, but sleep isn’t happening either way.
Did you have a night of no sleep? Here’s how to recover using Science.
Is this the easiest life-hack to help make you fall asleep?
Before the dawn of electric light in the early 20th century, humans mostly took cues from the Sun to determine when to sleep and when to stay awake.
Are you getting enough sleep? If not, a power nap might be just what the doctor ordered. Nutrition expert, Yuri Elkaim, has the details.
No rocking, no lullabies, no driving baby around in the car. Just a dad, an idea, and a baby who’s out like a light.
Necessity may be the mother of invention, but this father came up with an ingenious way to keep baby snoozing.
I am an American and an insomniac … and that link is not coincidental.
How does your sleep compare to famous men from history (and Margaret Thatcher)?
Dr. James Hamblin issues a wakeup call for workplace sleep.
Separated from his wife, $180,000 in debt, and 170 pounds overweight—it was the last place this man expected to find happiness.
Raise your hand if you love waking up in the morning! Anyone? Yeah, me neither.
Jordan Gray says that becoming a better lover is simpler than you’d expect (and it has nothing to do with sexual technique).
We tend to think of our dreams as these wild flights of fancy–our subconscious run amok and without a filter. But the truth is a lot of our dreams are really freaking boring.
In today’s always on world, it’s getting harder and harder to get some rest. Sleep, beautiful sleep, can be yours. Here’s a 21st century guide.