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Study finds Singaporeans are among the world’s worst sleepers – and yes, stress is what’s keeping them up at night

Singaporeans are not getting their 8 hours of sleep – and the main cause is worry and stress.
Your electronics could be keeping you up.

11 reasons you’re not sleeping through the night

The reason you're waking up in the middle of the night could be something as simple as your room being too hot.

I slept under a 15-pound weighted blanket for a week — and it was the best sleep I’ve had in ages

Weighted blankets work like the adult version of swaddling babies or "anxiety jackets" for dogs— applying pressure that relaxes the nervous system and encourages your body’s production of serotonin. I tested one recently, and I've been extremely surprised by the impact it has made on my sleep quality.

Almost half of Singaporeans aren’t getting enough sleep – and a shocking number still sleep with their ‘chou chou’

And around half of Singaporeans still sleep with their "chou chou".
Workaholism, insomnia, and divorce: The state of the modern workplace is more depressing than we would like to imagine.

17 seriously disturbing facts about your job

Statistics show that modern day jobs can contribute to workaholism, insomnia, and divorce. The average person spends more than 90,000 hours in their lifetime at work — and it shows.

14 of the biggest myths about sleep, debunked

We know that sleep restores the immune system, balances hormones, cleanses toxins from the brain, and more. But a huge number of myths about sleep persist.

There’s now even more evidence linking bad sleep with signs of Alzheimer’s

Adults with healthy memories who've had disrupted circadian rhythms (or sleep cycles) have protein buildups that can serve as an early sign of Alzheimer's.

Poor sleep can ramp up our insecurities — here’s how treating insomnia can help with mental health

Sleep problems are very common for people with mental health disorders.

How smartphone light affects your brain and body

Light from your phone can disrupt your sleep cycle — like an artificially induced jet lag.