It seems a common problem. We get the right amount of sleep, yet we’re still tired. One group of researchers think they know why.
All hail the coffee nap: biology’s way of telling you it’s okay to be a lazy caffeine junkie.
We’ve all toyed with the idea of learning a new language or business plan in our sleep. However, a new study thinks that we’re doomed to fail. Killjoys.
It may be a legitimate form of torture, but can you actually perish from a lack of sleep? One subject endeavoured to find out.
Due to numerous studies, many Australians are not getting enough sleep. Here’s how to put that problem to bed.
According to one Japanese study, the amount of light present in your room as your sleep can bring on depression, with even the light of your phone deemed too much.
The afternoon nap is a well-known phenomenon. However, new research believes that you should be doing it as much as possible.
Over in Italy, a pioneering group of minds has determined that your one is eating itself due to lack of sleep. What are you doing up that late, anyway? Hmm?
Behold! Genius creativity is married with good old common sense to offer us the most useful computer aid since…ever? The sleep calculator. Thanks, all.
Monday signifies the second day of my work week, but I stole the idea from a deceased genius. Time to honour the death of nine-to-five forced drudgery.
Forget the other election – the most crucial issue facing Australia is the discrimination that 50 percent of us face. The night people. We’ve got a plan to fix it.
For too many years, those who stay up late were derided as slackers. But oh, how the tables have turned. Thanks, science!
Collective Noun are back, and this week they have but one question. Do you even nap, bro?
Hey sleepyhead. Go back to bed. Don’t worry about work this morning, we’ve got you covered, with our TBS Sleep-in excuse form – backed by science!