“Nightmares can be a mystery. Around the world, folklore tales have attributed nightmares to be demons, the souls of dead people who were wronged in life, and malicious spirits.”
😱Whether you only experience them occasionally or are among the 3% of the population who suffer them nightly, Psychology Today has 5 ways to stop nightmares.
Try The Savvy Psychologist Dr. Jade Wu’s techniques to keep your dreams sweet and your slumber restful.
👶🏼You know the adage: sleep when the baby sleeps. But what if the baby never sleeps?
The SNOO smart bassinet may increase your chances. It automatically detects when the baby is fussing and provides soothing womb motion and sound so everyone can get some much-needed sleep.
Sure, it’s £1000 (available for around $1300 at select distributors in the US), but after a few nights with a mini insomniac, the price tag may be well worth it.
📖Nothing says bedtime like a good story.
Check out The Moth’s audio library of personal tales shared at live storytelling events. Each unveils a unique perspective on life’s experiences, from the mundane to the life-changing.