Discover seven things Zahra learned from her experience—and how it impacted her sleep habits.
You’re probably already aware that poor sleep can lead to fatigue and irritability, but did you know that there can be long term effects on your mental and physical health too?
How can you prioritize getting sleep during the holidays—and make sure you’re getting the quantity and quality of rest you need to feel and function your best?
You knew REM sleep was important but did you know it’s critical to your emotional health? Here’s why.
You may already be familiar with some ways your Fitbit can help you get a better night’s rest, but did you know that we’ve dialed even deeper into sleep insights to help you understand your sleep health in a whole new way? Enter: the personalized Sleep Profile experience with Fitbit Premium.
We all experience a restless night of sleep once in a while–check out these tips to get you back on track and waking up refreshed.
Even after getting 8 hours of sleep, you can still wake up exhausted. That groggy feeling could be caused by sleep inertia. Find out why sleep inertia makes it hard to wake up and function—and what you can do.
While many people think that cardio is the key to catching more high-quality Zzz’s, it turns out that there’s another type of workout that may be the key to better sleep—and that’s resistance training.
Eight hours is the recommended amount of time experts say most adults should sleep every night. But why should we spend one-third of the day—and what amounts to one-third of our lives—catching Zzz’s?
Because of how sleep and stress influence each other, it’s easy to see how stress can seem out of control, caused by a never-ending cycle of high stress and poor sleep. It’s a good thing that there are many ways you can work to improve your sleep and deal with life’s inevitable stressors.