Set Your Alarm One Hour Earlier to Reduce Your Risk of Depression, Sleep Study Suggests
A small shift in your sleep schedule could help boost your mood by double digits.
Science Says the 'Weird Dreams' You Have Actually Help Your Brain Understand Real Life
"Dreams are there to keep you from becoming too fitted to the model of the world," a Tufts University researcher explains.
10 Intentionally Boring Podcasts That Will Lull You to Sleep
You'll be out like a light.
Sleep Procrastination Might Be Stealing Precious Hours of Rest From You—Here’s How to Stop It
It’s not just tasks from your to-do list—you can procrastinate going to bed, too.
What Long Naps Could Tell You About Your Health
A new study finds a link between naps and diabetes.
Overthinking These Common Sleep “Rules” Could be Sabotaging Your Shut-Eye
Fixating too rigidly on sleep guidelines can lead to anxiety and further sabotage your sleep.