What does dreaming about bees mean? Bee dreams range across the whole spectrum of common dream scenarios, from scary to optimistic.
Wondering how to fall asleep in 5 minutes or less? These tips will get you started.
Ten proven sleep hacks that will help you fall asleep faster, sleep more soundly, and wake up feeling energized.
"Why am I sleeping so much?" Excessive sleepiness is a common problem, and paradoxically, it is often linked to not getting enough sleep.
A sleep mantra can help you to relax. Sleep mantras can also help you to lower stress and boost your self-confidence.
We explain what the most common dreams about water mean: from floods and waterfalls to pools and floating seas.
Dreams about snakes are among the most common types of animal dream. But what do they mean? This handy explainer lets you know.
Dreams of being pregnant may be a sign that you're preparing to become a mother. Find out what those dreams mean, and what the science says.
Dreams about teeth falling out can symbolize anything from anxiety to liberation. But studies show they're usually about your teeth.
Hair loss dreams are quite common, but why is it that so many people across all cultures so often dream about losing hair?
A recent study has found that cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia delivered by telemedicine is as effective as face-to-face delivery.
A full moon and sleeping patterns: a new paper finds that in the days leading up to a full moon, people go to sleep later, and sleep less.
New dream research has found that most people say their dreams are sometimes useful, sometimes even using dreams to make major life decisions.
A new study has found that the later it is at night, the more likely we are to have weird dreams and bizarre dream images.
New study explores why soothing vibrations help rock baby to sleep -- by studying the sleep behavior of fruit flies.
Do weighted blankets help with insomnia? A new study finds that they are indeed a safe and effective intervention in the treatment of sleeplessness.
A new study of more than 450 insomnia patients in Australia has confirmed the positive results of cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBTI).
The study linked afternoon naps to more happiness, more grit and self-control, higher verbal IQs, and better academic achievement.