Sleep is essential for living a happy and healthy life, but millions of people fail to get the quality rest they need. Your sleep support starts here. Learn how to optimize your sleep and take charge of your health. Our thoroughly researched guides are written to help you understand the latest research and tips for better sleep.
Our comprehensive guides can help you understand the latest research and tips for better sleep, what affects sound sleep, good sleeping habits, and much more. We spend roughly a third of our lives sleeping, which means the quality of our mattress has a huge effect on both our waking and sleeping hours. When choosing a new mattress, you’re making an investment on the overall quality of your days— so you need to take your time and do your research, including reading reviews, before buying a bed.
eachnight’s Expert Review Board consists of doctors, certified medical professionals, and sleep specialists who work alongside our editorial team to ensure our articles are accurate and reflect the latest in sleep information.
Our goal is to produce evidence-based and up-to-date information so that we can provide comprehensive resources on sleep. To facilitate our mission, we partner with licensed doctors, health experts, and more to fact check our content.
Shawna Robins is a graduate of the Institute of Integrative Nutrition (IIN), a national board-certified health and wellness coach, best-selling Amazon author, and CEO of Kaia Health and Wellness.
Dr. Michael Grandner is a licensed clinical psychologist, board-certified in Behavioral Sleep Medicine. He is the Director of the Sleep and Health Research Program at the University of Arizona and Director of the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program at the Banner-University Medical Center in Tucson.
Colleen Ehrnstrom, Ph.D., ABPP, is a licensed clinical psychologist. She specializes in acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and is board certified in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). At the University of Colorado at Boulder, she works in counseling and psychiatric services (CAPS).
Dr. Bhavik Sheth is a physical therapist and the co-founder of the Elite Movement Initiative, a physical therapy group. He earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy from New York Medical College, and a Bachelor of Science in Health Science from Stony Brook University. He now specializes in Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy and works in the medical field as a primary care provider treating musculoskeletal conditions.
Douglas R. Krebs, DC, FACO, Cert. MDT is a Board Certified Chiropractic Orthopedist. Dr. Krebs holds certifications in Selective Functional Movement Assessments, Titleist Performance Institute Medical 2 Certified, as well as McKenzie Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy Certified. He also is a Primary Spine Practitioner through the University of Pittsburgh.
Dr. Miho Tanaka is an orthopedic surgeon who specializes in sports medicine injuries, and she’s served as a physician for many professional and semi-professional sports teams. Dr. Tanaka is also the founding director of the Women’s Sports Medicine Program at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH).
Carlene Thomas RDN is a registered dietitian nutritionist and cookbook author. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Dietetics from James Madison University and completed her Dietetic Internship through Virginia Tech. Carlene is a former president of the Virginia Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and works as a health writer, recipe developer, and food and beverage visual content creator on national health and culinary campaigns.
Brittany Ford, of the Biohacking with Brittany podcast, is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist who lends her expertise in fact-checking our articles. In her practice, Brittany focuses on improving gut and troubleshooting skin problems through diet.
Alicia Roth, PhD, DBSM is a Clinical Health Psychologist & Staff at the Cleveland Clinic, where she specializes in Behavioral Sleep Medicine. Her work focuses on treating a range of sleep disorders, including insomnia, circadian rhythm disorders, and nightmares, as well as adjustment to CPAP for people with sleep apnea.
Dr. Jennifer Miller is an outpatient physical therapist. She earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy from Elon University, and a Bachelor of Science in Health Science from Minnesota State University-Mankato. She now specializes in Neurological, Geriatric, and Vestibular Physical Therapy and works in the medical field as a primary care provider treating neurological conditions. Dr. … Continue reading “Jennifer Miller, PT, DPT”
Katharine Simon, PhD is a licensed clinical pediatric psychologist specializing in sleep, memory, and development psychology.
Dr. Dagmara Dimitriou is a Professor of Sleep Education and Research at University College London and leads Sleep Education and Research Laboratory-SERL, which focuses on research examining sleep and mental health in individuals with different developmental and medical conditions. She has published over 100 peer-reviewed articles, book chapters, guidelines, and reports on sleep, cognition, developmental … Continue reading “Dr. Dagmara Dimitriou”
Dr. Nayantara Santhi is an associate professor of psychology at Northumbria University in Newcastle. Santhi’s body of work includes numerous articles on how circadian rhythms regulate an individual’s sleep-wake cycle. Santhi’s articles have also focused on related elements such as bright light exposure and melatonin production.
We hold our content to high standards. Our writers spend countless hours on research to produce in-depth
articles and buying guides.
Narwan Amini is a writer and researcher whose interests include sleep, linguistics, and storytelling. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Portland State University where she studied English Literature.
Jasmin Lee is dedicated to helping others get better sleep—when she’s not napping,
you can often find her researching the latest in bedding and mattress technology.
Her fascination with sleep fuels her drive to connect readers with the resources they need to
improve their night’s rest.
Sleep & Health Writer
Kiera Pritchard’s curiosity around dreams and dreaming sparked her passion for sleep science.
In addition to freelancing for eachnight, Kiera is also a physical trainer and strives to help others lead healthy
lives while asleep and awake. Since joining our team, Kiera has compiled multiple sleep health guides offering our readers
advice on how to improve their days and evenings.
Sleep Writer & Product Reviewer
"Professional sleeper” Malik Karman is a freelance writer for the eachnight blog.
Over the years, Malik has read countless medical studies and explored hundreds of different bedding products
in an effort to better understand what goes into a restorative night’s rest. Malik curates many of our “best
mattress” guides to assist readers in the mattress buying process.
Certified Sleep Science Coach
Rosie Osmun graduated from Arizona State University College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. There, she studied Political Science and Government. She is also a Certified Sleep Science Coach. For more than 13 years, she has been involved in the beauty, health, sleep, and wellness industries. Her work has been featured and published in Byrdie, Lifehacker, Men’s Journal, EatingWell, and Medical Daily.
Andrea Strand graduated from Brigham Young University in Idaho with a Bachelor’s degree in English language and literature/letters, with an emphasis on technical writing. She also minored in culinary arts and communication. Since 2019, Andrea has written over 90 blog posts and guides on sleep health, sleep hygiene, and product reviews. Her research has been featured in publications such as Buzzfeed, Yahoo! Money, Motley Fool, ValueWalk, and Fox Business.
We thoroughly review every article before we publish it on our website. Along with grammar and spelling, all of our articles are vetted by a Certified Sleep Coach for factual accuracy. We submit many of our more medical pieces to an expert review board to ensure our data is accurate and up-to-date with current practices and understandings.
We rank and recommend our products independently of our relationships with our affiliates. Rankings are determined by customer reviews and testimonials along with in-house experiences.
When choosing writing a new topic to help you sleep better, we have a four-step process to make sure we deliver the best content possible.
Our team of writers researches the topic, reading dozens, if not hundreds, of sources and experts on the topic.
Our writers distill the information into a new piece of engaging, factful content. We bring the best information into one free and easily-to-digest location.
The article is fact-checked by our sleep experts.
The article is reviewed one more time, to make sure we got everything right. Then it's published for everyone to read.
Sleep is essential for well-being, but millions of people fail to get the sleep they need. Your sleep support starts here. Learn about a range of sleep topics that can help you optimize sleep and take charge of your health. Our sleep guides can help you understand the latest research and tips for better sleep, what affects sound sleep, good sleeping habits, and much more.
We spend roughly a third of our lives sleeping, which means the quality of our mattress has a huge effect on both our waking and sleeping hours. When choosing a new mattress, you’re making an investment on the overall quality of your days— so you need to take your time and do your research, including reading reviews, before buying a bed.
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Our writers are sleep coaches certified by the Spencer Institute, which has been training coaches since 1992. Becoming a certified sleep coach means that our writers are well-versed in various sleep science matters, taking us beyond being just a group of mattress reviewers. The certification allows us an in-depth understanding of what we’re talking about when it comes to advising readers on better sleep habits.