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Rich People Get More Sleep on Average: Study

A new survey done by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention asked nearly 140,000 adults in the United States about their sleep habits, and found that those who made more money, were more likely to get a full night’s rest.
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How to Overcome a Challenging Pandemic Sleep Routine

You might want to think twice before having that nightcap before bed — especially if you’re hoping it will help you sleep better. A neuroscience expert shares tips for those having trouble falling asleep during the pandemic.
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Poll: Savage or Sensible - Rolling out of bed 10 minutes before starting working remotely

Sensible
92% (48 votes)
Savage
8% (4 votes)
Total votes: 52
In a recent survey 46% of people admitted to rolling out of bed 10 minutes before beginning to work remotely. Do you think that behavior is savage or sensible? Vote below!
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Why Does Quarantine Make Us So Tired?

Why does quarantine make you feel so tired?
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Why Some Married Couples Are Sleeping in Separate Beds

For many people who are married, going to bed means sharing a bed with your spouse. In a different case, experts have reported that some couples would prefer separate beds to get better sleep and help marital problems. According to 2017 National Sleep Foundation survey, almost one in four married...
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7 Cooling Bedding Options to Keep You From Sweating This Summer

Warmer temperatures can make sleeping through the night tough. With that in mind, Mental Floss has compiled this list of things that will help you avoid a sweaty slumber. Here they are: Clone pillow ($119). This pillow uses shredded memory foam and a removable cooling gel layer for a cold respite...
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Why It's Not Good to Be Someone Who Can Fall Asleep Anywhere

Are you the sort of person who can fall asleep anywhere at anytime? While that seems like an admirable talent, Lifehacker says it's actually a sign that you're chronically sleep-deprived. "It’s not a superpower to consistently fall asleep the second you have a chance to relax," the site warns. "It’...
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Get Paid Nearly $19,000 in Only Two Months to Sleep and Watch TV in Bed

Do you know someone who LOVES to sleep? Do you think they'd be interested in a job that would let them do just that while making nearly $19,000 in only two months? It sounds too good to be true, right? But it's real! NASA is looking for people to spend two whole months watching TV in bed...
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Amy Schumer Says Her Husband's Marriage Proposal Was Wack

In her new Netflix special, comedian Amy Schumer reveals just how unromantic her husband Chris Fischer's marriage proposal was. The comic explains that, early one morning, Fischer he tossed a ring box at her and wondered aloud if he should get down on one knee. Schumer jokes about how she was...
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Do You Really Want Kids? This is How Long They'll Disrupt Your Sleep For

If you're falling asleep just trying to read this, then you're probably the parent of a 6-year-old or younger. A study published Monday offers some sobering statistics on just how many zzzz's you'll miss after welcoming a new child. Researchers at the University of Warwick, the German Institute for...
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