sleep studies

10 New Year’s Resolutions for Better Sleep

It’s that time of year again. You know the one, where you start off the new year with all the… Read More

3 years ago

Work By a Window to Improve Sleep Quality

A recent study, reported on in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, points out the impact windows and daylight exposure… Read More

5 years ago

What Is A Caffeine Nap?

Taking a micro nap shortly after having a cup of coffee might seem like the worst possible way to become… Read More

5 years ago

New Findings on Caffeine and Sleep

It’s pretty much a common sense rule that many of us know all too well: don’t drink caffeine late in… Read More

5 years ago

New Mattress Purchase High on Baby Boomers Wish List

BedTimes Online Magazine reports that in 2008 the Better Sleep Council conducted a poll of Baby Boomers (adults born between… Read More

5 years ago

Study Says: A New Mattress Can Reduce Stress

The study, Back Pain, Sleep Quality, and Perceived Stress Following Introduction of New Bedding Systems, was conducted at Oklahoma State University… Read More

5 years ago

Do You have a Side of the Bed Preference?

It looks like there's a little bit of truth in the ages old saying about waking up on the wrong… Read More

5 years ago

Does Sleeping in on the Weekend Make Up for Sleep Deprivation During the Work Week?

According to Harvard Medical School, most adults need seven to nine hours of sleep daily on average in order to experience… Read More

5 years ago

Sleep Quality May Impact Skin’s Glow

Turns out all that all this talk about "beauty sleep" is real. Researchers at University Hospitals (UH) Case Medical Center… Read More

6 years ago

What Your Sleeping Position Says About You

You've probably heard about the various silent signals you send through eye contact, or lack thereof, and body language. Did… Read More

6 years ago