Week in Sleep: Long Live Iced Coffee

By Alyse Borkan  |  Sep 17, 2016
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While you were figuring out which new fall flavored drink to wake up to at Starbucks, we kept up to date with these sleep stories. Everything you need to know to sleep soundly this weekend:

If teens engage in more exercise, and limit screen time on tablets and smartphones, they have a better shot at getting sufficient sleep and performing better in school, according to a recent Texas Tech study. (Forbes)

For the first time, a car was designed with road trip naps in mind. A Bentley now has a 10-inch extension so passengers can sleep in the backseat. Start saving. The price is pretty hefty. (Maxim)

With iOS 10, Apple has added a new Bedtime button to the Clock app. It lets you set a time to wake up and the number of hours of sleep you’d like to get each night. (CNET)

Everyone experiences the post-lunch food coma, but no one can rest their head — and stomach — after to cure it. Although the midday nap hasn’t caught on yet, there are ways you can make recharging at your desk more acceptable. (Elite Daily)

Hungover? Tired? Most importantly, hungry? There’s a new kitchen essential that will cook your entire breakfast at once. (Maxim)

The key is to creating a sleep schedule that works for you is figuring out what time your biological clock runs on. Different people fall into different classifications, based on sleep drive. Do you know if you sleep like a bear or a dolphin? The answer could be the key to getting great sleep. (The Daily Mail)

 

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