Social distancing, sheltering in place; these are terms we’re all intimately familiar with now. Staying at home means drastically altering existing routines and trying to find a new normal. Is it impacting your sleep? If it
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Ask the Expert: How Sleep Plays a Major Role in Fighting Off Diseases
The new COVID-19 world is a much different place than even just last week. As an organization committed to improving the health and well-being of the world through better sleep, we asked our Chief Scientific
World Sleep Day 2020 Data Analysis: Does More Sleep Mean Happier Lives?
In honor of World Sleep Month, SleepScore Labs performed a data analysis to compare various country’s total average sleep time with their World Happiness Index Score. The SleepScore team looked at data from 1,234,462 nights, from over 72,000
3 Easy Ways to Boost Your Immune System through Better Sleep
When your body is sick, your sleep can be disturbed because your immune system is busy fighting off the foreign invaders. With these three simple ways to boost your immunity, you’ll be ensuring your body gets the rest it needs.
Daylight Saving Time – A Quick History of Our Time Changing Ritual
Are you still wondering why we even have Daylight Saving Time? Only 40% of the world’s countries use DST and a large percentage of the United States would like to do away with it altogether.
You Need a Sleep Schedule, Here’s Why
By establishing and maintaining a consistent sleep schedule, you’ll be doing important good for your health and well-being, now and over the long term.
When is it Time for a Sleep Divorce? Your Biggest Co-Sleeping Questions, Answered
Ever hear your friends or family complaining about their bed partners keeping them awake at night? It’s a commonly held belief that sleeping next to someone in bed yields poorer sleep. But is that true? Our sleep expert, Dr.
Sleep with a Partner? How to Both Get Your Best Sleep
Scientific research on sleep is typically conducted with subjects who are sleeping alone, but in real life most people share beds when they sleep — with significant others, children, or pets. According to an international
Top 5 Tips to Survive the Day after the Big Game
The Championship game has become like a national holiday in the United States. People plan parties for weeks around the big day, complete with food, friends and drinks. Ahhh yes, the drinks. Often a few