This Week in Sleep: Sleep in a Tesla

By Alyse Borkan  |  Jan 24, 2015
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While you were watching all of your favorite shows return from winter hiatus, we watched out for these sleep stories. Take a break from Hulu, and read everything you need to know to sleep soundly this weekend:

If you’ve always wanted to try out a Tesla but can’t afford the steep price tag, a new Airbnb listing may be your chance. Sort of. A man from Phoenix is charging car enthusiasts $85 to spend the night sleeping in his $118,000 Tesla. (Business Insider)

Sleep tight and stay bright. A new study proves good-quality sleep when you’re young can help your memory later in life.  (The Huffington Post)

There’s so much we should know about how we spend our nights: from sleeping facts, to what happens when we sleep, to how often we should change our mattress. This infographic tells all. (Digg)

How much sleep did you get last night? If the answer is “not enough,” you should know what the effects are. Missing substantial sleep worsens your mood, weakens your memory, harms your decision-making, and makes you more susceptible to anxiety. (The Boston Globe)

Coffee is the new sunscreen. According to a new study, the more coffee consumed — the lower the risk for melanoma. (The New York Times)

Since the invention of the light bulb, we have been waging a war on sleep, and we’ve been winning. Newsweek dives into our sleep deficit, and what we should do to fix it. (Newsweek)

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