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  1. What is ASMR and How Can It Help You Sleep?

    Interested in using ASMR to sleep better but confused about what it is? Learn more about this response, how it works, and how it might be able to benefit you.

  2. Why Can’t Hawaii Sleep? And What Makes the Top States For Sleep So Good?

    Hawaii has the highest percentage of residents sleeping less than seven hours. Here's a look at insufficient sleep in the best and worst states for sleep.

  3. What Are Micro CPAP Devices and Do They Work?

    Micro CPAP devices are being developed as an alternative to traditional CPAP therapy, but questions remain about the technology’s functionality and viability.

  4. What Are the Different Types of CPAP Machines?

    CPAP therapy is the standard treatment for sleep apnea, but there are other options. We discuss the different types of CPAP machines and their benefits.

  5. What Is the Best Room Temperature for a Sleeping Baby?

    A cool room temperature helps infants sleep better. Learn more about the best sleep temperature for babies and get tips for promoting restful sleep.

  6. Latest Updates: What’s Happening With Daylight Saving Time?

    Follow this page for the latest updates on legislation to do away with twice-yearly clock changes in the United States.

  7. Waking Up With a Dry Throat: What Causes It and How Do You Treat It?

    Wondering why you keep waking up with a dry throat? Learn the possible causes, treatment options, and when to visit your doctor.

  8. What is NREM Sleep?

    Non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep is an intensely active state that encompasses various mental and physical processes. Learn why it’s important.

  9. Dry Mouth At Night: What Causes It and How to Prevent It

    Is dry mouth disrupting your sleep? Learn the causes of this common condition, along with tips for preventing or treating dry mouth.

  10. Drooling In Your Sleep: What Causes It and How to Stop

    Drooling during sleep is normal, but excessive drooling can be caused by your sleep position, GERD, and allergies. Get tips to stop drooling in your sleep.