Few experiences are as maddening as a restless night. Sleep should, in theory, be the most natural and effortless activity in the world, yet insomnia is common to many of us. To add to the frustration, it is now becoming clear that the hours you spend in bed are just as important to your physical and
The latest in sleep science is clear: No matter how self-motivated you may be, you need a good night’s rest to perform to your highest potential. Nitun Verma is a Stanford-trained sleep medicine researcher and cofounder of the health care company PeerWell who took to Reddit to answer users’ questions about getting a perfect night’s sleep.
BI Answers: What is the best way to get ready for bed? We all know the feeling. It’s 2 a.m. and you just can’t seem to fall asleep. How many cave men do you think had that problem? “The brain back then used to get all these cues,” Dr. Rachel Salas, a sleep researcher at