On this week’s episode we take an in-depth look at the science behind your circadian rhythm and how light exposure affects your body.
The redesigned sleep details page provides you with additional insights, more in-depth metrics, and a greater knowledge of your overall sleep performance.
Dr. Allison Brager discusses what it means to be sleep deprived, some typical causes of it for athletes, as well as its impact on heart rate variability.
We sat down with Dr. Mark Czeisler for a Q&A on the connections between sleep and mental health.
We discuss what CBD is, explore when and how often WHOOP members track using it, and examine its effects on sleep, resting heart rate, HRV, and recovery.
Wind-down time is as important to your night as sleep, as it’s a transition period from your daily activities to sleep. Get tips on creating a nightly routine to relax and prepare for bed.
In honor of World Sleep Day, we’ve compiled a “Sleep 101” of our most insightful content on the subject.
On this week’s episode, we take a deep dive on sleep debt and how sleep deprivation affects your body.
We break down what sleep debt is, the impact it has on your body, and the most effective ways to “catch up” on lost sleep.
Everyone’s sleep needs are different. Tracking the sleep you’re getting can help you improve the quality and quantity of your sleep. WHOOP enables you to better understand your sleep needs and makes recommendations based on your daily routine.
Do sleep masks really work? Our data says "yes."
Deep sleep and REM sleep are two very different stages of sleep with distinct characteristics that support your body and mind in specific ways.