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We spend about a third of our lives sleeping. And yet, we know so little about it. Its’ structure, its’ function, its’ clear benefits. We offer you a series of articles written for the general public based on scientific publications at the cutting edge of research. It will help you guide your way through the complexity of sleep and tell you everything you always wanted to know.

Analysis of health apps on the market

This piece about the push from Apple for the accuracy of health apps was first originally published by The…

What should I do if I have an insomnia?

One in five French people suffers from insomnia and there are about 10% of severe insomniacs in the…

Test: know everything about your sleep?

To act on your sleep, you must first understand it. It is the main objective of our sleep…

At what time should I go to bed?

You may remember that the 2017 Nobel Prize for Medicine was awarded to three Americans for their understanding…

How do I know if I slept well?

At Dreem, we not only enhance your sleep, but we also seek to unravel its mysteries. Today, we’ll discuss…

4 things to know about deep sleep

When we think of the mechanics of sleep, three letters often come to mind: REM. A staple of…

Why are you tired?

We’ve already seen that our sleep is partly regulated by our biological clock. But there’s a second mechanism that…

Best Tips to Fall Asleep More Easily

Dreem’s sleep-oriented features are both non-invasive and active. However, they cannot achieve the best results if one does…

3 things to know about sleep

First of the 3 things to know about sleep: A critical role for the body One of the…

How can pink noise help to sleep better?

It’s a strange phenomenon if you think about it long enough. Why the static of a muted TV…

How to help babies fall asleep

One of the hallmarks of having a newborn in the house is sleeplessness. And nothing is better than…

Naps in the workplace: the benefits

Yawn after yawn, rubbing exhausted eyes, refocusing, and repeat. Does this sound familiar? Because almost all of us…

What position should I choose in order to sleep?

There is nothing like waking up from a great night of sleep. Feeling completely rested without any aches, pains…

Should I wake up earlier to be more productive?

At some point in our lives, we’ve all wished we had more hours in a day to get…

The links between sleep and food

Food is an important part of our daily lives. And it also plays an important role in our…

Movies and sleep: myths and realities

Besides eating, drinking, or driving, it's rare that the movies we watch focus on the everyday mundanities of…

The benefits of sleep for our brain and our body

It is a point on which everyone agrees, from sleep experts to everyone else who sleeps. Above all,…

Why is sleep so important for health?

The researchers believe that sleeping first fulfilled an evolutionary function, giving a definite advantage to animals that were…

How does sleep improve our memory?

Our brain is not a rigid network. It is never set once and for all. It is capable…

Sleep cycles: everything you need to know

We spend about a third of our lives sleeping. And yet, we know so little about it. Its…

We sleep differently from one country to another

No matter who and where you ask, sleep habits rarely look the same country to country. Since the beginning…

This Podcast Creator Tells Grown-up Bedtime Stories to Lull You to Sleep

It’s a pretty common occurrence: you’re lying in bed, having just turned out the light, and all of…

4 tips to sleep well over the summer

Can't choose between sleeping well and making the most of the summer? Summer holidays go hand in hand…

No, fitness trackers are inefficient in measuring sleep

{This article about fitness trackers was written by Hugo Mercier, CEO of Dreem, was originally published by The Huffington…

Are sleeping pills efficient?

In the face of insomnia, many of our fellow citizens resort to sleeping pills. In France, nearly 200…

What Happens in Your Brain When You Sleep?

The human brain has approximately a hundred billion neurons, which communicate with each other by sending electrochemical signals.…