You’re well past the point in your life where you’re scared of monsters in the closet or under your bed. So why are you still plagued by freaky nightmares—or just plain bizarre dreams?
It’s no secret that little ones are masterminds at finding ways to stay up past their bedtime.
You know that getting a good night of beauty sleep is essential for looking your best. But sometimes, you have to fake it.
Chances are, you rely on your phone to help you get stuff done.
Natural light exposure doesn’t just have a major impact on your sleep. According to some experts, it’s essential for your overall health.
When you were 16, a bad mood could cause you entire day to spiral out of control.
There’s something about clutter that makes most of us break out into a cold sweat.
If there’s one thing that can kill your mood and zap your ability to get anything done, it’s a headache — particularly, a tension headache.
Sleep is essential to our health. It helps our brains function, supports growth and development, and keeps our immune systems, hearts, and kidneys working well.
Have you ever had the weird feeling like you’re on a different schedule than everyone around you?
No one loves experiencing a terrifying nightmare, yet almost everyone has had one. To find out what wakes us up in the middle of the night and causes our heart to beat out of our chest, we surveyed 2,000 people about their anxiety-fueled nightmares.
Ah, sleep. We all do it. We all need it. It’s known to make us feel better, improve our memory, lower stress, and even help us lose weight.
The minimalist approach seems increasingly popular, with clean and simple designs abounding. Less physical stuff equals less stuff to think about, which equals more time to get the important stuff done.
If getting up early seems as horrible to you as, say, getting a root canal, you might marvel at those morning people who bound out of bed the second their alarm goes off.