As far as nasty bedfellows go, anxiety and sleep deprivation are insidious. Each is the other’s self-fulfilling prophecy. The more you give in to worry, the more likely you are to lose sleep over it. The more you struggle with insomnia, the more likely you are to feel anxious. You start worrying that you won’t… Read more »Learn More
Agnes Green is a researcher for the sleep science hub Tuck Sleep. She holds two master’s degrees in the social sciences from the University of Chicago and Northwestern University. She sleeps most soundly after a kettlebell workout, on a medium-firm mattress, to the sound of a drizzle wafting in through a cracked window in Portland, Oregon.