World Sleep Day: 73 of Our Best Tips for Better Shut Eye

World Sleep Day: 73 of Our Best Tips for Better Shut Eye

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Tara Bellucci
Mar 17, 2017
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No matter which side of the bed you got up on this morning, chances are, you could probably use a little more shut eye. Today is the tenth annual World Sleep Day, an event intended to be a celebration of sleep and a call to action on important sleep related issues. We do our fair share of talking about snoozing around here, so today, we've rounded up our best tips for a better night's sleep.

Boost Your Bedroom

Don't let your space steal your sleep. There are things you can do to your bedroom to improve the quality of your shut eye. From clearing the clutter to finding the right pillow, here's our best advice for setting your space up for successful slumber.

Have Better Habits

Now that your bedroom is set up for better sleep, ditch those bad habits and add some good ones to improve your night (and ultimately, your day).

Gadgets & Tech

When low-fi tips don't do the trick, here are some 21st century ways to get more sleep. The future is now.

Get Your Nap On

Not everyone can get a solid eight hours at night. If you find yourself with the chance to nap, here's how to make the most of it (and some weird but effective items that will let you sleep anywhere you might be).

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