Freshman-Year Flashback: A Quick Explanation of the Twin XL
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Digging into the backstory of the awkwardly long dorm bed.
How Do the Yeti and Sasquatch Get Shuteye? The Experts Weigh In
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Okay, okay — hard-to-find creatures. Maybe we can't find Bigfoot because he's been sleeping so much?
Drunk Guests, Xanax and Too Much Dulce de Leche: The Sleep Diary of a Bride-to-Be
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A bride-to-be dealing with flowers, caterers, family and loud drunks shares her stress-filled, pre-wedding sleep diary.
Entering the Dreamtime: The Unique Worldview of Australia’s Aboriginal Population
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Australia's Aboriginal population believes the world formed in the creator’s dream and that every feature of the earth exists partially in both realms. Only by entering can they keep the world alive.
In the World’s Noisiest City, Good Sleep Comes at a Steep Price
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Is peace and quiet — and thus good sleep — a privilege of the wealthy in one of the world's noisiest cities?
Exploring Hypnopompia, the Trippy Transition Between Sleep and Wakefulness
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The hallucinatory state is the lesser-known sibling of hypnagogia.
Whispering Ghosts and 7 Other Oddities from the History of Our National Parks
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In honor of the upcoming 100th anniversary of the National Parks Service, we dug up facts about ghosts, ancient conspiracy theories and sleepy campfire fable
It’s a Cliché, but the “Sleep Cute” Is an Honest Sign of Intimacy
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The act of falling asleep with someone is even more powerful than kissing or sex.
Solitude and Smoke: A Fire Lookout on Life Above the Tree Line
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A seasoned fire tower lookout walks us through the solitary life.
Meet the Aspiring Filmmaker Transforming Insomniacs' Confessions Into Art
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And @Sleeplesstheseries is quickly becoming a place where the restless can expose their deepest thoughts.