Napping can improve alertness, boost your memory and help you deal with frustration. But not all naps are created equal. Learn how to build the perfect siesta.
Narcolepsy is fairly well-studied and well understood by medical professionals, but there’s far less data available on its close cousin, idiopathic hypersomnia. Soon, a new medication could offer wakefulness to those who live with this debilitating disorder.
Sleeping with both eyes open: It sounds like an idiom, but it’s a condition called nocturnal lagophthalmos. Learn how to treat it to prevent eye damage.
Learn why you say or do strange things after being roused from sleep.
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If you’re suffering from restless leg syndrome, you might be wondering if it’s possible to experience the condition in other areas of your body. A sleep expert explains.
Having trouble falling back asleep? Our sleep expert offers 4 easy tips to help you get to sleep fast.
A sleep expert defines microsleep, discusses what causes it and explains how to protect yourself and others should you experience it.
Why do some people talk in their sleep? There’s no one clear-cut answer, but experts say there are some clues about what might contribute to it.
Is your child truly sleep-deprived or are they simply not tired and sleepy? Our expert explains what you should look for.
Too much noise and too much caffeine are common culprits to poor sleep, but light can keep you from getting adequate rest too.