Bear Grylls’ Tips for Sleeping Safe in the Wilderness
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Television's most well known survivalist, Bear Grylls, shares his advice for resting your head when you're really roughing it.
Sleeping During Ramadan: How We Change Our Habits for One Month Every Year
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During Ramadan, everything does indeed slow down — but only during the day. Mohammad Khan reports from Lahore, Pakistan.
Spencer Hastings’ Pretty Little Pill Problem: Take Two and Screw Me Over in the Morning
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Will Rosewood's most competent liar climb on the benzo bandwagon?
True Travel: The Ice Hotel in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden
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Travel writer Sarah Stodola spends the night in Sweden's most famous stunt lodging, the Ice Hotel — and actually warms to the experience.
I Played Video Games for Two Weeks. Here's What Happened to My Dreams
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Do video game hopes, fears and victories seep into our dreams? One writer spent two weeks trying to figure it out.
For Their Own Damn Good, Indonesian City Imposes Curfew on Women
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Indonesian city passes law prohibiting women from walking alone at night.
Baclofen Nightmares, DMT Visions and the End of Addiction
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Baclofen has been used to treat muscle spasms for decades, and the drug’s side effects — vivid dreams and supernatural sleep hallucinations — were well known. But it wasn’t until one French doctor began treating alcoholism with Baclofen that these visions caught the attention of the world’s astral explorers.
For Sleep Scientists, Forgetting Is a Critical Part of Remembering
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By assessing how well-rested and sleep-starved people retain information, psychologists and neuroscientists are making headway in understanding how sleep bolsters memory. What happens inside the sleeping brain to enable longer-lasting, s...
Hack Your Hotel for the Best Night's Sleep Possible
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Travel writer David Farley shares his pro tips for getting a good night's sleep, no matter what hotel you're in.
Creepy Study Says: Here’s the Twitter Profile of an Insomniac
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People with sleep disorders may be tweeting while you're sleeping (but you probably don't follow them), a new study suggests.