Smartphones and technology have given rise to a generation plagued by sleepless nights.
A full night's sleep could lead to improved mood and better brain function, boosting creativity, accuracy and memory.
Nightmares usually have easy explanations—and even simpler solutions.
Age-old myths about sleep habits have led some to believe they can get by on just five hours of shut-eye each night.
If you've been sleep-starved all week, a weekend in bed isn't likely to restore your energy reserves. A consistent schedule can put you back on track.
An afternoon rest has its distinct advantages—but watch out for the downsides.
Cracking the door or window in your bedroom can improve ventilation, which can lower the carbon dioxide level.
Cognitive behavioral therapy can help patients shed the bad habits and anxious thoughts that make for sleepless nights.
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