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‘TIS THE SEASON TO SLEEP, SNUGGLE AND SMOOCH

ALEXANDRIA, VA – A little more than half of Americans (51%) sleep more in the wintertime, and 42% find winter the best sleeping season, according to a new survey from the Better Sleep Council (BSC), the nonprofit consumer-education arm of the International…
Mother, Father, and two children asleep in bed together, Better Sleep Council

SURVEY: HOW SLEEP HABITS CHANGE IN THE WINTER

Couples snuggle up to bundle up There are many benefits to staying in bed during the colder temperatures. For couples, it means they have more time with each other. The top place people like to cuddle in is bed – more than one-quarter (28%)…
Golden retriever laying on back with headphones over ears

DOES SLEEP POSITION INDICATE INTELLIGENCE?

ALEXANDRIA, Virginia – August 11, 2017 – New research suggests the position you sleep in may tell you a lot about yourself – your health, your age, perhaps even your education level.   The study, commissioned by the Better Sleep Council…
Mother and daughter with teddy bear snuggling in bed, Better Sleep Council

Survey: Parents Report Negative Effects of Daylight Saving Time on Kids

While Daylight Saving Time brings the gift of more light in the evening, it also has the effect of wreaking havoc with children’s bedtimes and sleep routines, which in turn frustrates parents. According to a recent survey from the BSC, 29% of all parents…
Couple sleeping in bed, Better Sleep Council
Couple sleeping in bed, Better Sleep Council
Woman falling asleep in bed with laptop open in front of her, Better Sleep Council

Survey: Starving for Sleep

Survey Shows Sleep Loss May Be Self-Inflicted Even though Americans are in the midst of what the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has called a national sleep epidemic, U.S. adults consistently choose against getting more sleep. Consider the…
Couple sleeping in bed back to back, Better Sleep Council

Survey: Americans Ignoring Better Sleep Advice

Overall Findings and Statistics: Americans know they’re sleep deprived, and they’re doing little to change that. Half of Americans (48%) say they don’t get enough sleep, but less than half of them take any one specific action to help them…
Couple sleeping in bed, Better Sleep Council

Survey: Americans Crave Sleep More Than Sex

Survey Finds Americans Willing to Sacrifice to Get a Good Night's Sleep Many Americans are so tired they prefer sleep to sex and find themselves falling asleep at all the wrong times. Sleep wins out over sex Sleep is the activity most people now long…

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