With children and teens heading back to school, it’s a good time to prioritize sleep as we adjust to new schedules. Good sleep health can help improve mood, attention, academic[…]
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Sleep is a critical part of your overall health. And the quality and quantity of your sleep are deeply connected to your mental and emotional well-being.
National Sleep Foundation has announced Sleep Awareness Week® 2023 will take place from March 12-18, celebrating the 25th Anniversary of its annual campaign. Sleep Awareness Week serves as a call to action for the public to recognize their sleep as a crucial part of health and well-being.
New research findings published in the National Sleep Foundation’s (NSF) Sleep Health Journal show how major sociopolitical events can have global impacts on sleep that interact with significant fluctuations in public mood and well-being.
The National Sleep Foundation (NSF) today issued its recommendations to help the public be their Best Slept Self® this summer. Summer is an active time when schools let out for vacation, travel and social plans heat up, and daily routines can be quick to change – all of which can disrupt consistent sleep practices and start patterns that are a challenge to healthy sleep.
Did you know that a good night’s sleep starts with what you do during the day? In fact, from the moment you wake up, you’re affecting your sleep
Exposure to light has a powerful effect on how well you sleep at night Light exposure is one of the most important factors when it comes to regulating our[…]
People with less stress report better sleep According to the National Sleep Foundation’s 2022 Sleep in America® Poll, lower levels of stress are strongly associated with higher quality sleep.[…]
NATIONAL SLEEP FOUNDATION’S 2022 SLEEP IN AMERICA® POLL: Americans Can Do More During the Day and Night to Improve Sleep
Contact: Stephanie Kohn 540-850-7827 skohn@theNSF.org NATIONAL SLEEP FOUNDATION’S 2022 SLEEP IN AMERICA® POLL: Americans Can Do More During the Day and Night to Improve Sleep Washington, D.C. (March[…]
Find out how exercise can help kickstart your Best Slept SelfTM It’s no secret that exercise has widespread health benefits. It improves your mental and physical health and keeps[…]
Living with the symptoms of a sleep disorder can leave you feeling Beyond Tired®. Learn more from the NSF here. Something more serious might be keeping you from the[…]
The National Sleep Foundation Says “Happy Holidays” Means Being Your Best Slept Self™ Foundation Issues Tips During the Holiday Season for Healthy Sleep Despite Changes in Routines and Travel Plans […]
Daylight Saving Time: Spring Forward, Fall Back In most of the United States, Daylight Saving time starts on the second Sunday in March and ends on the first Sunday[…]
Interesting Sleep Facts and Statistics (2021) that We Can Learn From Sleep is an essential part of your body’s mental and physical wellness. However, it’s easy to forget how important[…]
Best Slept™: Tips on How to Align Your Sleep and Wake Cycles What is a Circadian Rhythm? How do circadian rhythms work, and how do they affect sleep? […]
Living with the symptoms of a sleep disorder can leave you feeling Beyond Tired®. Learn more from the NSF here. Uncontrollable twitching in the lower limbs is one sign[…]
You might be getting enough hours, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you’re getting the most restful type of sleep. These strategies can help. When it comes to sleep, quantity[…]
For Immediate Release Contact: Stephanie Corkett 703-243-1753 email@example.com Sleep in a Time of Pandemic: A Position Statement from the National Sleep Foundation Washington, D.C. (May 19, 2020) – National Sleep[…]