Research links sleep disorders to cognitive troubles. Our experts explain how improving your sleep may bolster your brain function.
While the feeling might be startling, it’s usually nothing to get worried about.
You know sleep deprivation can affect both your body and your mind, but it can be a challenge to remedy. Find expert tips on getting some solid shut-eye.
Too much noise and too much caffeine are common culprits to poor sleep, but light can keep you from getting adequate rest too, recent research shows.
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Sleeping less than seven or eight hours a night causes blood sugar problems that resemble diabetes. A recent study suggests that two nights of extended sleep may reverse these effects for some people.
Getting a good night’s sleep can be more of a struggle as you age. Whether illness or bad habits are keeping you up, a few changes can help you get better rest.
The simple act of writing down what you’re grateful for before bed can lead to better sleep, nicer dreams and refreshing start to the next day.
Sleep apnea interrupts more than just your good night’s sleep and hard day’s work. And it affects more than just overweight men.
What happens to you when you don’t get enough sleep — especially if it’s a chronic issue? Find out how much sleep you really need, according to a new report. Also see the health effects of not getting enough zzz’s.
Get ready for a sound sleep with a calming yoga routine to help stretch your body, relax your breathing, and quiet your mind. Judi Bar of the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute demonstrates seven soothing yoga poses to help you sleep better.