Well-slept people get all the e-vites, according to a new study.
A writer who rarely had a dream worth remembering signed up for a 30-day lucid dreaming class. Within weeks, he was recalling vivid details — and controlling his nightly adventures.
The former Keane frontman relies on ambient instrumentals and science podcasts.
Rest comes to those who consume their shows one episode at a time.
Researchers argue that it's time to introduce new concepts, like shuteye latency, into sleep science.
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