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.
Taking melatonin may help shift workers and people with circadian rhythm disorders adjust their biological sleep clock. Here’s how to take it, and how to allow your body’s own melatonin to work best.
The FDA requires a new black box warning on popular prescription medications for insomnia. Here’s what you need to know about the risks.
Sleep disorders can affect kids (and their parents too). Our sleep expert explains the most common ones and how to over come them.
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