Home 2016


Man sleeping with his hand on alarm clock

The five golden rules of sleep: Ignore them at your own risk

In a culture that devalues sleep, we think we can accomplish more if we sleep less; nothing could be further from the truth

Do these 7 things and you’ll sleep like a baby

Falling asleep can be quite a task for many. Leo Babauta shares some of the most common reasons for insomnia and ways to overcome them

Confessions of an insomniac

Gayle Greene tells us what it is to be sleepless and offers some suggestions to others like her

Why you should clear your sleep debt right away

Midnight conference calls, unavoidable deadlines, late-night parties—just gulp some coffee or an energy drink and we’re good to go. But in our hurry to do everything, we lose out on something valuable

What dreams may come

Why do some people have such vivid, elaborate dreams? There are bad reasons and good reasons, says Rich Silver

How do you sleep?

Your sleeping posture affects your health and your life. Here’s how you can improve it to minimise stiffness and body aches while maximising restfulness

Look! I’m lucid dreaming

Your unconscious mind holds a wealth of wisdom, which you can tap in your lucid dreams
beautiful woman sleeping like the Buddha

How to sleep like the Buddha

Feel the comfort of your bed. Are you there to enjoy it? Or are you mentally somewhere else, stressing about something that happened during the day, or might happen tomorrow?

Sleepwalking: Midnight’s children

Are your child’s nightly strolls keeping you up? Aanchal Agarwal tells you how to handle your little sleepwalker with ease

Narcolepsy: Sleeping away through life

Most of us would love to sleep longer. But what if we fell asleep anywhere and at any time? That’s a scary prospect that people with narcolepsy face everyday


Until the pandemic is declared to be over always:

  • Wear a proper face mask when stepping out
  • Maintain a distance of six feet
  • Wash your hands with soap and water frequently; Use a hand-sanitiser when outdoors

If you have COVID-19 or suspect that you do, but have mild symptoms, including mild fever, tiredness, dry cough or sore throat, you should self-quarantine right away.