It goes without saying that proper sleep hygiene was already in place for me, but when there's another person in bed with you, sometimes you need more help. Get a body pillow. Maybe you tossed your body pillow in favor of a real-life cuddle buddy, but if that person happens to be the world's worst cuddler, then it could seriously ruin your sleep.
A new study shows that putting pen to paper before bed can help you stress less and get a better night's sleep.
Author Michael Wolff is shaking things up with his new book, "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House", which chronicles the lives of the First Family from the 2016 election and onwards.
A new study analyzed the sleep habits of 1,000 people and discovered a correlative link between the amount of z's gained and weight lost.
Beauty tutorials are big on YouTube — a search for "makeup tutorial" and "hair tutorial" yields more than five million videos. In this weekly series, we put a mix of popular and under-the-radar tutorials to the test and show you what's best. We're hitting that time of year when the days are shorter ...
While the "Cheers" actress had the leading-lady thing down early on, she insists that it has always taken work to get her camera-ready.
"If we're not getting enough nutrients or digesting our food properly due to poor gut health, our skin literally starves," says Carla Oates, aka The Beauty Chef.
Jocko Willink is a retired Navy SEAL commander, a best-selling author, and the host of a popular podcast. Willink's new book, "Discipline Equals Freedom: Field Manual," is a collection of insights and routines he has shared through his leadership-consulting firm, Echelon Front, and his hit podcast. Business Insider recently sat down with Willink, who says there are two things he does every night to get a running start the next morning — and that anyone can use them.
Tony Robbins is 57 years old, and regularly works 16-hour days. The energy you see on stage with Tony Robbins isn't an act — he brings it to all aspects of his life. In a typical year, the life coach will travel the world for 60 events (ranging from a few hours to several days), go on media tours for his latest project, monitor the 33 companies he's invested in, consult businesses and professional sports teams, and work with his small list of one-on-one clients like the investor Paul Tudor Jones.
Listen, not everyone is a morning person, but there are some things you can do to improve the quality of your sleep so you can condition yourself to get up earlier, feeling more refreshed and rejuvenated than ever. Martin Rawls-Meehan, CEO of sleep technology company Reverie, shared some insight on how to get better sleep every night so you can transform yourself into an energizer bunny in the morning.
Sleep deprivation — not allowing someone to sleep for a set period of time — can quickly reduce symptoms of depression in about half of people who suffer from the mental health disorder, according to a new report.
The reason for this lethargy is simple: Your body is working hard to keep you cool, and this extra labor makes you feel tired, said Dr. Michele Casey, the regional medical director at Duke Health in North Carolina. "Your body, especially in the sun, has to work hard to maintain a consistent, normal, internal temperature," Casey told Live Science. This allows warm blood to cool off, releasing heat as it travels near the skin, Casey said.
A study says adults who have poor sleep habits are more likely to be overweight and obese and have worse metabolic health than those who get enough shut-eye.
A photo of a 63-year-old grandmother is going viral for her youthful appearance. On Sunday, a man named Chavo Lotti tweeted a photo of the woman, writing, “My grandma turned 63 yesterday,” and the Internet went nuts over the woman’s wrinkle-free visage and dewy glow, not to mention her oversized topknot and colorful overalls.
Bad day at work? Everybody knows the feeling, and most of us have curled up with a pint of double chocolate fudge to deal with it, only to enhance the stressful feelings in the end. Now a new study finds there’s a way to avoid those stress-related junk-food cravings in the first place: Don’t skimp on sleep.
Never heard of social jet lag? Chances are, you suffer from social jet lag. A new study reveals that these effects, dubbed “social jet lag,” even extend to long-term health issues like increased risk of heart disease, with each hour of jet lag resulting in an 11 percent increase in risk.