Take a look at the findings from recent Fitbit data, and see how your personal bedtime numbers compare.
Want to take your exercise goals to the next level? Learn how a pillow can do more for you than a new pair of sneakers.
Research shows regular exercise can help you catch better Zzz’s. Learn more about the sleep-sweat connection.
Yes, a glass of wine can make you feel sleepy, but using it to fall asleep is not a good idea. Here’s why.
Worse than maxing out a credit card, racking up a sleep debt can create health issues that are harder to fix than a bank statement that’s in the red.
Caffeine can help you feel more alert during the day, but it may be also be setting you up for a poor night’s sleep.
Ever wonder why you crave an afternoon nap? Experts explain why sleep pressure builds during the day. Plus, what you can do now to stop yawning.
These gentle body positions can soothe your mind and muscles at bedtime and help you get more restful sleep.
Your head just hit the pillow, you’ve finally calmed the voices in your head, and drifted off into dreamland. Ah, it’s bliss… Except for that incessant racket. What is that? An annoying bird? A truck backing up? Nope, it’s the alarm clock. And there’s no room in your morning for the snooze button. If this scenario sounds familiar...
When we hear about Fitbit users who’ve reached their goals, we love to share the news! Nickie S. is a mom to two boys and an avid Fitbit Surge user. Here, she talks about her routine and how she use her Fitbit device to find her fit, in her own words. “I work full time while juggling being a mum of two active boys (10 and 8yrs) and...