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Improve your Sleep Naturally

Everything you need to improve your sleep naturally is to work on your sleep hygiene. Sleep hygiene refers to a series of practices and habits that impact your ability (or inability) to get a good night’s sleep on a regular basis.

If you have troubles falling asleep at night, the first thing you should do is to make adjustments to your lifestyle and behavior. Even the smallest change can mean the difference between blissful slumber and restless nights.

We know exactly what you need to do in order to dramatically improve your sleep and overcome your sleeping difficulties in a healthy way.

Better Sleep Guide

Enjoy better sleep at night, improve your mental and physical health, as well as how you think and feel during the day.

Sleep Condition Research

Learn everything there is about sleep disorder types, causes, risks, symptoms, tests, treatments and support.

Mattress Guide

Is it time for you to purchase a new mattress? Find your ideal model by checking out our unbiased mattress guide.

Sleeping Too Much Is Not Good For Your Brain

A study conducted at the University of Western Ontario showed that people who snooze on average 7 to 8 hours per night perform better on cognitive tests than individuals who get less or more sleep than this particular amount. This research is considered one of the...

Lack of Sleep Linked to Risky Behavior in Adolescents

A recent study conducted by researchers at the Brigham and Women's Hospital suggests that mental health problems, substance abuse (drugs, alcohol, and tobacco) and motor vehicle accidents are more likely to happen to teens that get less than six hours of shuteye per...

Researchers Have Discovered ‘Brain’s Sleep’ Switch

Around 20 years ago, researcher Clifford B. Saper, Chairman of the Department of Neurology at BIDMC, and his colleagues carried out a study on sleep and discovered a set of nerve cells that actually may be ‘the brain’s sleep’ switch. However, further research needed...