Weighted blankets are all the rage, but can they help ease nighttime anxiety? Here’s what the evidence says.
Whether you are trying to get your kids to bed on time or trying to convince your child not to wake up at 4 a.m., follow these tips from a pediatrician.
Pregnant women who get less sleep are more likely to have complications, but these tips can help solve the problem.
Why does your brain seem to kick into overdrive the moment your head hits the pillow? A sleep psychologist offers some solutions for quieting your mind and getting some sleep.
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Smart phones were designed to make us more productive and our lives easier. But what happens when they start doing the opposite like keeping us up at night? Learn why you should really break the bad habit and stop looking at your phone right before bed.
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