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Back-to-school season is in full swing, and students everywhere are getting organized to return to class. But among all the stationery, tech and attire, there’s one academic essential you might have left off your list: Sleep.

According to this Canadian Health Measures Survey, one in four people between the ages of 18 and 34 don't sleep enough, and one in five adults don’t find their sleep refreshing.

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Brown noise is the new white noise when it comes to soothing yourself to sleep. Or at least, that's what they're saying on TikTok lately.

Social media users have been raving about the effects of so-called "brown noise," with many claiming that it helps them clear their heads and drift off to sleep at night.

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Have you ever caught yourself scrolling through TikTok after two hours and wondering how you can get paid for using the app? Well, we've got good news: a new contest means you might be able to.

Calm, the meditation and sleep app, just announced a new competition in which a TikTok user can win $5,000 for recording "your own sleep story."

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Have you ever slept for 10 hours and still felt exhausted afterward? It's called oversleeping, and a new study suggests that it can be just as bad as not sleeping enough.

According to a study published in the scientific journal Nature Aging, there's a sweet spot for the number of hours you sleep, and it can really affect your day-to-day activities.

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You spend a good portion of your life asleep, so one thing worth splurging on is bedding. If you have trouble sleeping, you can always buy comfy sheets or sleep products or you can start right at the root of the issue with a brand new mattress.

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