This week, Inverse brings you five stories that reveal what science currently knows about sleep, why we need it, and if we can hack our own slumber.
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Can you become a morning person? Sleep scientists say it's possible
Night owls and early birds might always clash, but your circadian rhythm is absolutely trainable.
Nightmares have plagued humans for millennia — do we finally know how to tame them?
“You do live with one foot in dreamland.”
These scientists sleep in the world's most extreme environments. Here's how they get a good night's rest
Inverse spoke to three experts about how they get a decent slumber deep in caves, high in the treetops, and even in orbit around Earth.
Can health wearables help you sleep better? Here’s what your trackers are actually measuring
Consumer devices meant to track sleep don’t measure sleep quality directly.
I wore three sleep trackers for two weeks and this is what I learned
The Apple Watch, Pixel Watch, and Oura Ring all promise deep insights into how we sleep, but can they actually help you get more rest?