There tend to be two types of people in the world.
The first are those who drift off into dreamland as soon as their heads hit the pillow.
Then, there are the less fortunate people who can't seem to fall asleep even if their damn lives depended on it.
If you happen to be the latter of the two, there's a good chance you probably use Netflix to entertain your insomnia into the wee hours of the morning.
But as you probably already know, bringing Netflix into the bedroom can be both a blessing and a curse.
I mean sure, watching Netflix sounds a lot less boring than counting imaginary sleep or blankly staring up at your ceiling until 3 o'clock in the morning.
However, sometimes Netflix can be a little too entertaining and actually keep you from getting the shut-eye you so desperately seek.
This is where Napflix comes into play.
If you haven't heard of this new streaming service, let me fill you in: Napflix is basically the same thing is Netflix, if, you know, Netflix was dull, lazy and had the personality of a wet mop.
Apparently, the website was created by a bunch of tired geniuses over in Spain who were looking for a little something extra to lull them to sleep during their afternoon siestas.
So, they created a streaming site that features a large collection of intentionally uninteresting videos that are basically guaranteed to bore you to sleep.
No really, I'm serious. Napflix has every boring AF bedtime show you could ever want in life, and you can choose from things like dull documentaries, Ivy league lectures or even movies that feature zen gardens gradually disappearing into the darkness.
Now that's what you call some Oscar-worthy entertainment! At least you'll actually get some rest.