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Arianna Huffington: 'Sleep Deprivation Is the New Smoking'

The media mogul is on a mission to change the way people think about shuteye.

Employees Don't Get Enough Sleep, and It's Your Fault

One problem may be that 42 percent of U.S. employees surveyed said they didn't take a single vacation day in 2014.

Less Sleep May Mean More Risk of Colds and Infections

A study shows that not getting enough sleep impacts the immune, endocrine and cardiovascular systems.

Reuters

Rest Well, Live Well: 10 Sleep Hacks to Help You Live Your Best Life

These tricks and strategies will help you get the most out of your time in bed.

7 Ways to Cure 'Entrepreneur Insomnia'

When you're trying to fall asleep, 'There's an app for that.'

Jess Ekstrom

Guys, Women Really Do Need More Sleep Than You

Wake up and smell the research. The female brain works harder, therefore it needs more zzzs.

Can't Sleep? A Glass of 'Night Milk' Might Help.

Taken from cows at night, the milk's elevated levels of tryptophan and melatonin suggests it could work as a sleep aid for humans.

Laura Entis

5 Strategies for Waking Up on Time (Infographic)

Tips for rendering the snooze button unnecessary.

Robert Oexman

The Habits of Super Successful Sleepers (Infographic)

Making a few minor changes to your daily routine could have a big impact on your quality of sleep.

Laura Entis

How the Sleep Industry Has 'Awakened'

The flourishing science of snooze is inspiring a variety of businesses, bringing potential perks for everyone.

Moe Kittaneh

Why You Should Never Take Your Smartphone to Bed

It turns out bringing your screen to bed with you can have negative impacts on your brain and affect your productivity.

Lisa Evans

To Really Shine at Work, How Much Sleep Is Required?

If you think you're great on less than six hours, your brain may be fooling you.

Firas Kittaneh