Multiple Presidents have slept in the same bed, one First Lady decorated the Master Bedroom in all pink and a certain rotund Commander-in-Chief suffered from undiagnosed sleep apnea.
From Aristotle to Zhuangzi, philosophers have wrestled with the true meaning of dreams for millennia.
The humble origins of the alarm clock, how it evolved from a self-imposed bladder-based system to the bedside scourge we love to hate today.
Humanity has long associated sleep with death. But, argues J.M Henderson, we've changed our minds — sleep is a chance to extend life, not the realm of death's threat.
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