While most of us are sleeping, there is still plenty going on in the natural world at night. Lizzy explores the cellular components of biological clocks that regulate different sleep/wake cycles.
Aditi investigates the intriguing dynamic of dreams in both the general population and healthcare professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic.
An exploration of light filter apps, their efficacy, and how they fit into our busy lives.
Every morning, scores of us effectively wake up in two steps: firstly when we crash back from the peaceful planes of sleep, and secondly when we gulp down the brain-activating drink that is coffee.
Alisha Aman describes how your inability to wake-up and sleep at a normal time is genetic.
Kalina Boytcheva reports on a curious experiment linking sleep deprivation to false confessions.
Holly Scott investigates how a Fear of Missing Out is leaving many social media users tired, anxious and depressed.
Believing that you’ve slept well might improve your brain’s performance – thanks to the placebo effect.