Sleep Awareness Week® is here, and we’ve celebrated early by diving into the dreamy world of sleep data! So, grab on to your sleep masks because we’re about to reveal ranking and provide insights into measuring sleep quality.
Sleep Cycle has once again demonstrated its commitment to innovation with the introduction of a groundbreaking feature – “Cough Radar.” This new addition provides users with elevated average cough statistics in their area.
Parents rely on bedtime stories, soothing songs, and white noise to help calm their children before sleep. But while we understand the calming effect these rituals have on children, we often forget that adults, too, benefit immensely from ambient sounds to help them relax and fall asleep.
To address some of our users’ most pressing questions on sleep and screens, Sleep Cycle has launched a sleep program collection dedicated to ‘Screens & technology’ to share the true impact of screen time on your sleep.
In this two-part series, our very own sleep expert, Ph.D. and clinical psychologist Li Åslund, will explore the benefits of napping for exercise, and answer some common questions about incorporating naps into your fitness regimen.
Having allergies simply has a severe impact on sleep and those who already suffer from a sleep disorder or sleep related condition are particularly vulnerable. We cover the impact allergies can have on your sleep and walk you through best practices for bedtime whilst coping with allergies.
Many people believe that they can function well even without enough sleep, but the truth is, sleep deprivation can have serious consequences on our physical and mental health from the first hour of missed sleep.
While the concept of sleep tourism, also referred to as sleep vacation, may seem a bit strange to some, it’s actually a growing trend among travelers who are looking for unique and exotic sleeping experiences on their vacations.
Waking up with a sore throat can be a frustrating and uncomfortable experience. If you find yourself experiencing this problem on a regular basis, it’s important to understand the potential causes so you can take steps to prevent it from happening in the future.
For many couples, as much as they love and want to spend time with each other – sharing a bedroom can still feel challenging and an exhausting act to balance. We’ll guide you through better habits and routines to adopt.
If you’ve worked through ‘Daytime hacks’ and tried the physical and cognitive exercises that we recommended in our ‘Relax from stress’ and ‘Relax the mind’ Sleep Programs – it may be time to level up and look at the final hurdle – your bedroom.