Viewers can learn science-backed sleeping facts from the seven-part series.
If you’re having trouble falling asleep, Netflix’s upcoming series might just be the solution for you.
The upcoming animated docuseries will present viewers with science-backed facts for them to have a more in-depth understanding of sleep.
The series will also address various misconceptions of sleep – such as whether looking at your phone before bedtime is really bad for your sleep and if the eight-hour rule is just a myth.
Comprising seven 15-minute episodes, Headspace director of meditation Eve Lewis Prieto will provide tips on how viewers can get a good night’s sleep, before concluding with a guided wind-down session.
The upcoming release marks the second out of a three-series deal between Headspace and Netflix.
Earlier this year, Netflix released Headspace’s first original series, Headspace Guide to Meditation, which teaches viewers about mindfulness, stress management and more.
Headspace Guide to Sleep will be available for streaming on Netflix on Apr 28.
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