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Disney CEO Bob Iger wakes up at 4:15 every morning and enacts a technology ‘firewall’ until after his workout
Disney CEO Bob Iger said he wakes up at 4:15 a.m. most days and avoids using his phone until he's finished his morning exercise routine. Iger said his "firewall with technology" helps him organize his thoughts and set him up for success.
Sleep allows our bodies to reset for optimal psychological and physiological functioning. Despite author Jennifer Still’s busy schedule, she still makes sure to get at least eight hours of sleep each night — here’s how.
Jet lag is one of the major drawbacks of traveling and no one knows this more than flight attendants. INSIDER spoke to several flight attendants to get the scoop on how to combat jet lag.
Only 5% of US kids meet expert recommendations for sleep, screen time, and exercise — here’s what they should be doing
Kids should get between nine and 11 hours of sleep a night, should limit recreational screen use to two hours per day, and should get at least an hour of moderate-to-vigorous exercise. The better kids in the US do on those guidelines, the better they perform on cognitive tests.
I went inside the NYC napping lounge where people are paying up to $250 a month to nap in dark, private pods at any time of day — here’s w...
At Nap York in New York City, people can pay $15 to nap in a pod for 30 minutes, or $250 a month for a nap-a-day membership. We took a look inside the space that aims to be an oasis in the city for busy New Yorkers to recharge.
According to several new studies presented at a meeting of the European Study of Cardiology, getting too little — or too much — sleep is associated with significant increased risk for cardiovascular problems including hardened arteries, heart attacks, strokes, heart failure, and more.
Sleep deprivation can kill you — here’s what sleeping less than 7 hours per night does to your body and brain
Sleep needs vary from person to person — a tiny fraction of people are able to get by on little sleep, while others need more than average. But most adults need seven to nine hours of sleep, and kids need even more. Without that, physical and mental health can suffer.
Elon Musk says he’s so exhausted that friends are ‘really concerned’ — here’s how much sleep you really need to stay hea...
You could be one of those incredibly rare people that can actually get by on a few hours of sleep a night or you could be on the opposite end of the spectrum.
People who sleep for longer than 8 hours could have a greater risk of dying early — but that doesn’t mean you should never sleep in
A new study has shown too much sleep might increase your risk of heart disease and early death. But it doesn't mention circadian rhythms, which are closely intertwined with our sleep cycles. To make the most of your sleep, the advice remains the same: consistency is key.
DMVs are notorious for having grueling wait times. But an unnamed employee may have contributed to the back up at one California DMV by napping on the job for three hours every day.