Posts Tagged: Sleep Deprived

Light from gadgets, causes younger teens to be sleep-deprived

A simple light exposure at night can significantly disrupt the sleep time of kids, particularly lights coming from tablets or phones, a new study suggests. The findings show taking a gadget an hour before bed could really hurt a kid’s sleeping pattern. The study, published in the journal Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, says people can…read more

The Most Sleep Deprived Occupations

A recent study conducted for Sleepy’s has found the top 10 most and least sleep-deprived jobs.  This study comes in light of Daylight Saving Time which is less than one month away (Sunday, March 11th)!  As we all prepare to lose an hour of sleep in March, check out the list of the already sleep-deprived…read more

Sleep Is Not a Luxury

It’s almost eight months since I started my journey as the first-ever Sleepy’s Snooze Director.  I have learned so much about sleep and mattresses; I can’t help but reflect on what I’ve learned.  It’s not all too often that you’re able to have a job that is not only professionally rewarding, but also beneficial to…read more

Should Schools Start Later?

The internet is buzzing with the latest sleep debate.  Should schools start later as a means to combat teens’ sleep deprivation?  More research has been coming out that suggests that biologically, teenagers’ circadian rhythms are set to produce melatonin much later in the night, between 11pm and 12am, so they are unable to fall asleep…read more