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Exploring Hypnopompia, the Trippy Transition Between Sleep and Wakefulness
The hallucinatory state is the lesser-known sibling of hypnagogia.
Your Cat's Favorite Sleeping Position, Explained
The way your kitty curls up when its eyes are closed says more than you think.
Reading Before Bed Really Can Make You a Better Person
So long as you stick to this particular type of book...
Should Bosses Have Access to Workers’ Sleep Patterns? One Tech Company Thinks So
Fatigue Science, who made a name for itself monitoring and improving the Seattle Seahawks' sleep habits, is hoping it's exhaustion-predicting software will lead to safer, more efficient workplaces. But there are big implications ahead if bosses enter our bedroom.
What Happens to Our Sleep in Various Stages of Love?
The relationship between rest and romance is a doozy.
What Jokes and Dreams Have in Common, According to Sigmund Freud
It all comes back to repressed sexual desires, of course.
A Guide to the Creepy Crawlers That Could Inhabit Your Bed — And How to Defeat Them
No, this isn't a pleasant tour. But, as some well-informed cartoon soldiers once told us, knowing is half the battle.
The Tricky Science of Remembering Dreams
Personality, neurobiological factors and other elements all come into play.
The Night Sky is Vanishing — And Our Sleep May Never Be the Same
The ever growing glow of our lights is encroaching on the night sky — and making it more difficult to achieve proper rest.