Smartphones and technology have given rise to a generation plagued by sleepless nights.
Although a cup of java might provide a boost, follow these 6 tips to re-energize.
Television, video games and endless other distractions are stealing away our slumber.
A good, long snooze allows your brain to purge waste products such as beta-amyloid, a protein associated with dementia.
Children ages 6 to 12 should be getting at least nine hours of sleep each night—but 12 would be better.
Study: Indulging in the occasional siesta might reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke.
A lack of sleep is associated with higher risk of heart disease—but the link might have more to do with genetics.
Researchers suspect about 1 in 300 people classify as extreme early birds—in bed by about 8 p.m., up by 4 a.m.
New research shows people who use antacid drugs are almost twice as likely to need allergy medications.
Meditation and other mainstays of holistic living lower stress, which can ward off disease and improve the likelihood of a long and healthy life.
Your body heat might trigger the release of potentially harmful chemicals in your mattress.
A full night's sleep could lead to improved mood and better brain function, boosting creativity, accuracy and memory.