Go to sleep, go to sleep...
Feeling sleepy? When people travel they often feel like they have dreamt more.
'Close your eyes, go to sleep, Mr Sandman is waiting...'
Good night, sleep tight. Fido has sweet dreams too.
Zzzz… the amount of sleep a person needs changes throughout their lifetime.
No drinking milk and driving! Breaking news: Santa Claus takes the risk of falling asleep at the wheel of his sleigh.
Rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, occurs during around 20-25% of an adults nightly sleep.
Zzzzzzzzzz, Nemo likes a quick snooze too.
Scientists used Fitbits to discover Female African elephants spend as little as two hours a night sleeping, and even less if they sense danger.
It's the month of Valentine's Day and love is in the air, but we're more fond of gadgets and gizmos than chocolates and romantic poems - check out the best new technology this February.
A copy of War and Peace can be the cure for what ails insomniacs.
‘Dream on, dream on, dream on…’
Sweet dreams, the scent of lavender will lull you to sleep.
Want to get ahead in life? New book The Geek Guide to Life offers scientific advice on everything from dating and dancing to sleeping and stone skimming - here are 10 tips to get you started.
Is dreaming a meaningless quirk or does it play an essential role in how human beings process memories? Professor Mark Blagrove explains how we understand dreams.
We love cool gadgets and gizmos here at Science Focus, so we've been keeping an eye out for the best new tech out there - check out the latest news, reviews, previews and pictures this July.
Frequently having recurring bad dreams can be a sign of a serious underlying problem.
Are you more tired after flying east than west? Scientists may have reduced jet lag to a single mathematical equation.
A lack of sleep can do terrible things for your memory, which is why we all need to remember to get a good night’s sleep.
Talking in your sleep, or somniloquy is mostly harmless, unless you say something that would make your mother blush.
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