If you spend more time tossing and turning rather than sleeping at night, try these 4 simple tips.
If you think you need sleep testing, here are 8 things you should ask yourself. Our expert explains diagnosing sleep disorders and what help is available.
Crooked or uneven nasal passages can make it harder to breathe and sleep. And many people don’t know they have a problem. Here are five signs you have a deviated septum.
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.
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Pregnant women who get less sleep are more likely to have complications, but these tips can help solve the problem.
Unchecked sleep apnea can make your diabetes symptoms worse. Find out more about this sleep condition and what you can do to get help.
Sleep disorders can affect kids (and their parents too). Our sleep expert explains the most common ones and how to over come them.
Research links sleep disorders to cognitive troubles. Our experts explain how improving your sleep may bolster your brain function.
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Severe snoring isn’t without risks. A new study shows that obstructive sleep apnea puts women, in particular, at risk for heart problems.