Muse Sleep

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1. About an hour before you’re ready to go to sleep, turn off all blue light-emitting technology. Blue light keeps our bodies from producing the melatonin we need to get sleepy naturally.2. Dim the other lights too! Turn off overhead...

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Do you ever come across a study that’s so spot on and accurate (with pretty much no reason for being so) that it’s scary? That’s what happened to me recently when I came across an article about what our “side...

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Weighted blankets are not a new invention, although the internet may have you believe so. They’ve been used for years to soothe children with developmental disabilities, calm nervous dogs and cats and employed as a “grounding technique” for adults in...

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The Right Temp Studies show that everyone should be sleeping with the temperature between 60 and 67 degrees fahrenheit. If you tend to get hot when you sleep, choose the lower end of that spectrum! The Right Sleepwear Clothing that...

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If you have a pup, it’s pretty much guaranteed that either they sleep with you or that you’ve seriously considered allowing it. The jury is still out on a definitive answer on whether it’s a smart move, but here are...

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Don’t exceed 25 minutes. In fact, keeping your nap under 20 minutes is best. If you let yourself nap longer you risk going into a deeper sleep state, and when you wake up you’ll definitely just feel worse. Keeping your...

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