Sleep Deprivation


Why Does Depression Make Me Want to Be Alone?

This week in the Coping newsletter: Numbness as a very real symptom of depression, and what to do when you feel like withdrawing from friends.
Tonic Editors
mental health

Sleep Deprivation Was More Powerful Than Antidepressants for Me

If I'd known a decade ago that staying up at night could help with depression, I'd have been less likely to dismiss my own experience as just a curiosity.
Jesse Noakes

Late Night Twitter Sessions Are Bad for NBA Shooting Percentages

A new study was released today that says that there's a strong correlation between an NBA player tweeting after 11 PM and having a terrible game the next day.
Liam Daniel Pierce
You'll Sleep When You're Dead

High Speed Internet Is Causing Widespread Sleep Deprivation, Study Finds

First of its kind study establishes causal link between broadband internet and sleep deprivation.
Daniel Oberhaus

Why You're Still Tired After Sleeping In

Your Saturday afternoon fog, explained.
Suzannah Weiss
Fighting Words

Morning People Are Ruining It for the Rest of Us

Sickness, fatigue, and the sharing of fake news stories happen when you wake people up before they’re ready.
Eric Spitznagel
It's Science

Scientists Really, Really Think School Should Start Later

Research on sleep-deprived students keeps rolling in.
Jesse Hicks
Phys Ed

You'd Be Less Tired If You Took Your Ass Outside

All that light tells your body to wake up.
Denny Watkins
fun with science

Apparently Judges Are Jerks When They're Tired, Too

A new study suggests that sleep deprivation can affect the length of sentences they pass down.
Nick Keppler

​What a Night of Sleep Deprivation Does to Your Brain

A study offers new insight into why sleep is so important for our brains.
Victoria Turk

Here's Visual Proof That Sleep Deprivation Feels Like Hell

Filmmaker Kevin McGloughlin attempts to visualize the restlessness and confusion brought on by anxiety and sleep deprivation.
DJ Pangburn
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Tired Employees Are as Bad as Drunk Ones, Study Says

The report found that 74 percent of Americans aren't getting at least the recommended seven hours of sleep every night, and the companies are suffering for it.
Helen Donahue