Week In Sleep: The Year of Snooze

By Katie Szymanski  |  Jan 6, 2017
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While you were busy sticking to your resolution to take more naps (right?), we caught up on the latest sleep news. Everything you need to know to sleep soundly this weekend: 

Consumer Reports reveals the most comfortable mattresses with the highest ratings. Guess who came in first? (Bustle)

In case you want to start your day off like royalty, meet Royal Coffee Makers. The 24 karat gold custom pots were recreated from the same brewers used by royalty in the 1800s. Bring it home for the low, low price of $10,000 — $18,000. Just kidding, we’ll see you at Starbucks. (Eater)

Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania say an afternoon nap a day results in higher brain functioning — and even makes the brain perform as if it’s five years younger. If you don’t snooze, you’re actually losing. (Independent)

The classic chicken and waffles combo has met its match. At select locations in the south, McDonald’s is testing a new Chicken McGriddle breakfast sandwich. The internet is loving it. (Thrillist)

There’s nothing worse than sleeping with a bed hog, unless they snore. You’ve tried everything in the books, and yet nothing seems to do the trick. Do anti-snoring gadgets really work? (NPR)

How many hours will you actually spend watching TV this winter? Now, there’s no need to guess. Select everything off of the list that you’re ready to binge, and it will calculate the hours of TV time needed to complete. So far, we’re at 500. (Vulture)

 

 

 

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