The average American gets 6.9 hours of sleep each night. Experts in the field of sleep recommend seven to nine.
The Smart Alarm Clock studies your sleep phases, determining exactly when your body is most rested and ready to wake up.
Allergy season is here and for those of you who suffer from allergies, you probably think you know all of the symptoms. Well you might be missing one.
Sleep is critical to brain development, memory function, and cognitive skills and discussions have been held for years about sleep-deprived teens and the effect it has on their schooling.
Brookings Institution economists have shown that early start times for high schoolers – which often means sleep deprivation – have reduced academic performance and earning potential.
One of the biggest battles as the school year begins is making sure children get enough sleep.
If you want to stay sharp, you need your eight hours of sleep, right? But many people say eight hours is a luxury they can’t afford.
German studies have shown that if you just nap for six minutes during the day, it will not only make you feel better, but it could improve your ability to learn and remember.