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Sana Health aims to stop insomnia with smart goggles

When Solar Impulse pilot Bertrand Piccard set out to fly around the world in a plane that uses no fuel, he knew he wasn’t going to get much rest. During the journey, he would be able to sleep, at a maximum, three hours per day with rest meted out in twenty-minute intervals. Show More Summary

While You Were Sleeping

Happy Hump Day, one and all. Here's some stuff to ponder through the morning. w To Make Awesome Japanese Curry From Bricks • Uwe Boll’s Restaurant Is Better Than His Movies • Two Of The Oldest Video Game Torrents In The World Are Ubisoft Classics • The Godzilla Anime Movie Sounds Like A Totally Wild Sci-Fi Epic More »      

9 Ways To Bounce Back The Day After A Crappy Night's Sleep

For Glamour, by Suzannah Weiss. Sure, sure, getting a good night’s sleep is very important. But sometimes it’s just not possible. And all the tips in the world on how to sleep well are totally useless once you’ve already woken up from a night of little or no shut-eye. Show More Summary

While You Were Sleeping

Welcome to Hump Day! Here's some stories to get you through the morning. The Legend Of Zelda Makes For Nice World Baseball Classic Music • Patty And Holtzmann Are Back On The Hunt In A Look Inside The New Ghostbusters Comic • Praise The Dark Souls Cosplay • Overwatch’s Newest Hero, Orisa, Is Now Live More »      

A Nap Cafe Just Opened in Tokyo

A cafe in Tokyo has been fitted with 10 beds for a limited time to serve as a nap cafe in honor of World Sleep Day. So get sleeping!

Japan opens cafe with beds for naps, basically a dream come true

Japan has once again proved that it is indeed home to all things weird and wonderful. A new nap cafe has opened up in Tokyo's Harajuku district, part of a new collaboration between Nescafe and France Bed to mark World Sleep Day. SEEShow More Summary

World Sleep Day: 73 of Our Best Tips for Better Shut Eye

(Image credit: Annette Shaff/Shutterstock) No matter which side of the bed you got up on this morning, chances are, you could probably use a little more shut eye. Today is the tenth annual World Sleep Day, an event intended to be a celebration of sleep and a call to action on important sleep related issues. Show More Summary

?It's World Sleep Day, go back to sleep - CNET

2 months agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

You could wear green, check up on sleep hygiene... or both.

Friday scent of the day 3/17

2 months agoBeauty / Perfume : Now Smell This

Happy Friday, and Happy Saint Patrick's Day! (It's also World Sleep Day. Do get some sleep.) Our community project for today: wear a perfume by Rodrigo Flores-Roux, if you have one. What fragrance did you pick? As always, do chime in...Show More Summary

Pro Sleep Tips for World Sleep Day

NewYork-Presbyterian sleep experts provide tips for healthy sleep habits, this World Sleep Day.

10 ways to make your bed the most comfortable place to sleep

2 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

In honor of World Sleep Day, we wanted to share the best ways to get the perfect nights sleep! Creating a bed that is worth coming home to has everything to do with products you choose. Whether you are trying to cozy up your bed forShow More Summary

Stephen King and Son Exploring a World Without Women in Supernatural Novel ‘Sleeping Beauties’

Earlier this week, women around the country celebrated #ADayWithoutAWoman, a demonstration of solidarity on the issue of women’s rights and the rights of all gender-oppressed people. The idea was that women would take the day off from their jobs, showing just how important of a role they play in our society. But what if all […]

8 simple, science-backed tricks to get better sleep

In an ideal world, we wouldn't have distractions keeping us up at night, or end up hitting the snooze button repeatedly in the morning. But these days, with hectic work and family schedules and essentially unlimited hours of shows to...Show More Summary

Mayo Clinic lights Plummer Building red for World Encephalitis Day

ROCHESTER, Minn. — In February 2014, Christa Thesing of Andover, Minnesota, stopped sleeping and started hallucinating. Her worried family took her to the hospital. Her initial diagnosis was possible bipolar disorder, a psychiatric illness. Her condition worsened. Thesing was confused and losing the ability to walk, talk and eat. Two days later, Thesing was transferred […]

Barack and Michelle Obama's Valentine's tweets will melt your heart

Tonight when we lay awake unable to sleep, let us all hold onto this sweet memory we have been given today. In celebration of Valentine's Day, the world's premiere example of relationship goals, Barack and Michelle Obama, tweeted each...Show More Summary

Why You Need To Stop 'Catching Up' On Sleep [Infographic]

In today's constantly connected world, the concept of a fixed bedtime routine has become almost alien. Most of us hit the hay after the day's tasks are done and we've had our fill of TV or Netflix - resulting in highly sporadic sleeping...Show More Summary

Pico-Union–Bred Artist Big Sleeps Is Turning Street-Art Lettering Into Fine Art

There’s certainly no shortage of tattooers in the fine art world these days, and there’s a wealth of tattooers focused on turning the alphabet into an art form, but there’s really only one Los Angeles-based lettering specialist making a name for himself in galleries around the world. The artist primarily...

Sleep Quicker and Better With These 5 Ways to Battle Insomnia

A lack of good sleep can have several adverse effects. It leaves you with low energy throughout the day, an inability to focus for long periods, and affects your body’s health too. Surprisingly, one in three people across the world are suffering from not getting a good night’s sleep. Show More Summary

Julian Williams plans to put survival skills learned at homeless shelter to good use in title fight

Julian Williams hates hotels — even the five-star ones. And as one of the top fighters in the world, hotels are part of the job. Williams prefers sleeping in his own bed — who doesn’t? — so he’s happy his hotel stays these days are short. (...)

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