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Experts Break Down REM Sleep and Explain How Much You Really Need

You can prompt your body into getting more of this restorative sleep all on its own, specialists explain.

You've probably heard of REM sleep — otherwise known as rapid eye movement sleep — at some point while troubleshooting your bedtime routine. If it sounds serious, that's because it is; it's a crucial period of the night where your heart quickens, breathing increases, and yes, your eyes flutter around rapidly.

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Funny Sleep Puns & Jokes

Some people have nightmares while some have just plain bizarre dreams. Whatever kind of dreamer you are, if you need funny sleep puns and jokes, you’ll never be caught napping again!

That’s because you couldn’t dream of better sleep puns than these. So enjoy them.


My deep sleep quest: I tried 11 popular insomnia cures. Do any of them actually work?

How did you sleep last night? Insomnia rates have soared during successive lockdowns: anyone would think facing a constant existential threat isn’t the ideal preparation for a refreshing eight hours. Suggested remedies abound – behavioral, pharmaceutical, nonsensical and bleeding obvious – and I have tried most of them.

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Sleep Hacks

This doctor helps Olympians with their sleep. Here are his tips to sleep like a champion.

Olympic teams often have coaches, trainers and physical therapists on their staff. But for the Tokyo Games, the U.S. Weightlifting team has added another role to help its athletes perform at the top of their game – a sleep performance director.

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10 Products To Create A Healthy Bedroom For Better Sleep

Looking to raise your energy levels, elevate your mood and increase productivity throughout the day? All of these benefits and more can can result from a consistent, healthy sleep routine. This is something that many struggle with, but the solution for sounder sleep may be easier than you realize. Creating a healthy bedroom environment is an important part of what sleep specialists and doctors call “good sleep hygiene.”

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Q & A

Our readers are invited to email us with their questions!

Q: How does the temperature of my bedroom affect my sleep? (Penelope H.)

Penelope, for thousands of years, humans could count on one constant in their lives: Every single day the sun rises, and at night it falls. As a result, our bodies follow a 24-hour circadian rhythm that governs many of our metabolic and physiological processes, including our body temperatures, which rise in the morning and fall at night. This decrease in body temperature at night helps initiate sleep, which is one reason people tend to toss and turn when their bedrooms are too hot or humid. A higher body temperature makes it difficult to drift off, and it can disrupt the quality of your slumber, causing you to experience less slow-wave sleep, also known as deep sleep.


Q: I keep hearing that cannabis can help me sleep better. Is that true? (Heidi V.)

Heidi, cannabis has gained a reputation as a sleep aid, but evidence is limited on whether it actually works. One problem is that cannabis comes in different strains, and each contains varying amounts of compounds such as THC, its primary psychoactive component, and cannabidiol, popularly known as CBD. Researchers are still trying to determine whether certain strains or compounds may be good for sleep and others less so.

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