Sleep

Sleep, breaking news, photos, comments, social media posts on this topic.

  • A woman having a dream
    Life

    Having vivid dreams during this phase of the pandemic? This could be why

  • Weighted blanket
    Life

    How do weighted blankets work and can they help anxiety?

  • Woman napping
    Life

    Is having an afternoon power nap good or bad for you? Experts weigh in on the debate

Latest Stories

Life

This drink could be the key to sleeping in hot weather

Too hot to sleep? Try this.

Posted by
Kayleigh Dray
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Idris Elba photographed at the 'Yardie' photo call during the 68th Berlin Film Festival at the Grand Hyatt Hotel on February 22, 2018 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Kurt Krieger/Corbis via Getty Images)
People

Idris Elba, Zoë Kravitz, and Keanu Reeves to narrate new sleep TV series for HBO

A World Of Calm sounds like the adult version of CBeebies Bedtime Stories, and we’re 100% here for it.

Posted by
Kayleigh Dray
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A tired and stressed woman
Careers

This is how your toxic boss could be stealing your sleep

A new study has revealed the impact of bad “sleep leadership”.

Posted by
Lauren Geall
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A woman feeling emotional
Life

“Why do I get so emotional after a bad night’s sleep?”

A sleep expert explains why we find it harder to regulate our emotions when we're feeling tired.

Posted by
Lauren Geall
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Posted by
Lauren Geall
Published

Struggling to sleep? You can now listen to Harry Styles read you a bedtime story

Stylist sat down with the head of sleep stories at Calm to find out more about how bedtime listening can aid our sleep.

A woman asleep in bed
Life

Back to the 9-5? Here’s how to get your sleep schedule back on track

Get 9-5 ready with these expert tips.

Posted by
Lauren Geall
Published
A woman experiencing Sunday Night Anxiety
Life

Already dreading Monday? Here’s how to get your Sunday night anxiety under control

An expert shares her top tips.

Posted by
Lauren Geall
Published
Life

I changed my bedtime routine to see if I could improve my sleep and this is what happened

Can a new ritual change awful habits?

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Sanctuary Spa
A woman sleeping
Strong Women

Two-thirds of us have slept worse since lockdown – here's how strength training can help

And it’s not just because you’re knackered post-workout.

Posted by
Chloe Gray
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A woman getting a good night's sleep
Long Reads

A sleep expert breaks down the basics of how to get a good night’s sleep

From when to stop drinking caffeine to the presence of phones in the bedroom, Hope Bastine shares her top tips.

Posted by
Stylist Team
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Posted by
Lauren Geall
Published

The 5 emotional stages of lockdown have been revealed

Welcome aboard the aptly named ‘corona-coaster’.

Fashion

The best summer sleepwear sets to keep you cool

...in every sense of the word.

Posted by
Billie Bhatia
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A woman sleeping
Life

Why the sleep we get before midnight is the most important kind, according to a sleep expert

Make 9pm the new 11:30pm.

Posted by
Lauren Geall
Published
An illustration of a woman yawning
Life

“Why do I feel so tired all the time?”

Stylist investigates why we’re feeling so exhausted in lockdown.

Posted by
Lauren Geall
Published
Life

Are you struggling to wake up in the morning?

This could be why you're feeling so foggy headed when you wake up.

Posted by
Megan Murray
Published
Heatwave: tips to keep room cool in a heatwave
Life

Easy ways to keep your room cool in a heatwave for a better night’s sleep

Has anyone actually slept this week?

Posted by
Aiden Wynn
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A woman sleeping on a clock illustration
Life

Struggling to sleep during lockdown? Get your schedule back on track with these expert tips

Exhausted, but still struggling to sleep? We’ve got you covered.

Posted by
Lauren Geall
Published
Posted by
Megan Murray
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“This simple trick helped me to sleep better and wake up with a clear head”

You don't need to buy anything to try it, either.

mental health support
Long Reads

Women share powerful essays on managing their mental health

Remember: you are not alone.

Posted by
Sarah Biddlecombe
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