An expert gives advice on how to overcome stress-related insomnia as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
If you’re not getting restful sleep, try these five tips (from what to eat to napping protocol) to help you feel more rested.
Chronic pain sufferers often deal with insomnia. Experts find behavioral therapy to be the single most effective treatment. Learn more about cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia.
Think a nightcap helps you get a better night’s sleep? Think again. Here’s why alcohol before bed actually interferes with you getting the rest you need.
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If you can’t fall asleep or are having trouble sleeping, here are some tips to help you sleep better.
Could your lack of sleep be insomnia? Learn what insomnia is, what causes it and the best treatments to overcome it, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
While there’s no magic sleep-inducing food, some foods are better than others if you’re having trouble sleeping. Wellness expert Michael Roizen, MD, explains what to eat and what not to eat.
Try these mind-body therapies to form better sleep-friendly habits.
Trouble sleeping? Here are 5 foods that could help you get better ZZZs, from complex carbs to sleep-inducing snacks.
Waking up at the same time every night is surprisingly common. It’s usually harmless, especially if you easily doze off again. Here’s what to do about it.