Sleep Deprivation

Every new parent is sleep deprived. Sleep deprivation can be tough to deal with, especially if you're someone that needs a lot of sleep. Here you'll learn how to get more sleep, cope with sleep deprivation, and more.

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8 Greatest Fantasies of Sleep-Deprived Parents

"It's 6:30 p.m. and I've returned from a busy day. Shockingly, the house is quiet, sparkling clean, and the dishes and laundry are done."
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I Got Tips For Living With Sleep Deprivation From Navy SEALs

Plagued by a crippling fear of the sleep deprivation I'd face as a new dad, I went right to the U.S. military's most elite units for help. The response I got wasn't what I expected.
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New Moms Are More Sleep Deprived Than We Thought

Think you're the only new mom who routinely gets just an hour of uninterrupted sleep? Think again.
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Attention New Parents: You're In for Six Years of Bad Sleep

A new study shows that not only are parents of babies exhausted, but that poor parental sleep continues into their children's elementary school years.
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How to Clean Your Bedroom for Better Sleep

These simple steps for refreshing your bedroom can create a better sleeping environment. Bring on the extra zzz's!
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More Sleep Deprivation

Sleep Deprivation After Baby

After you have a baby, you'll probably need more sleep than ever before. Here's how to get it.
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8 Ways to Combat New Moms' Sleep Troubles

Baby's finally getting some shut-eye. Why aren't you? Here are eight ways to get the best postnatal rest.
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Could This New Infant Sleeper Be the Secret to More Sleep—for You and Your Baby?

The Wifi-enabled product senses your baby’s cries and responds with comforting sound and movement.